Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain preview the WGC-HSBC Champions as the PGA Tour completes its two-week Asian swing. Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy headline the field in China, along with defending champion Bubba Watson.
College Football: Clemson? The College Football Playoff committee’s top choice might have raised eyebrows, but the Tigers have been strong throughout.
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Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune, motorsports writer for RotoWire.com, examine trends and top drivers for the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 at Martinsville Speedway. The pole belongs to Joey Logano, seeking to extend a three-race win streak in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, RotoWire.com college football editor, examine the top storylines in college and pro football. The Big 12 draws this week’s focus, with Baylor entering the season’s final month without QB Seth Russell and Oklahoma lurking as a dangerous outsider to the Bears and TCU.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com take a look at perhaps racing’s biggest weekend, as Triple Crown winner American Pharoah races for the final time at the Breeders Cup. In addition to the Breeders Cup Classic, the Distaff and Sprint are in the spotlight.
NASCAR: The Chase for the Sprint Cup is down to eight survivors, as the series moves from its longest track (Talladega) to its shortest (Martinsville).
Greg DePalma and new co-host Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com look at top teams and players to watch as they pursue a championship. This week’s talk centers on the unbeaten Denver Broncos and struggling Peyton Manning, along with Oklahoma‘s odds to leapfrog their Big 12 rivals into the College Football Playoff.
Greg DePalma and Jan Levine, hockey writer at RotoWire.com, offer a closer look at the latest NHL injuries and other news. Among the topics: The Montreal Canadiens‘ nine-win opening streak and the stumbles of the Anaheim Ducks.
The Denver Broncos are unbeaten, with a Hall of Fame quarterback and a stingy defense. So why are they listed at 15-1 to win the Super Bowl?