Greg DePalma previews a Thanksgiving weekend full of rivalries and conference showdowns, highlighted by the annual Alabama/Auburn “Iron Bowl” with the SEC West crown on the line. Meantime, can No.2 Miami, No.3 Clemson and No.4 Oklahoma survive their final challenges before their league title games?
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Golf: A star-crossed season for Lexi Thompson ends on another gut-wrenching note, while the Race to Dubai finale ends with two winners and Luke Donald endures a medical scare.
Updated national championship odds including our two additional future plays for Week 13.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, goes inside this weekend’s Ohio State/Michigan showdown to zero in on the top position battle to watch as top-rated center Billy Price (Buckeyes) goes up against top-rated defensive tackle Maurice Hurst (Wolverines). He also touches on other highly rated talents, much of it found in the trenches.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand look back at the ATP Finals, where Grigor Dimitrov scored the biggest victory of his career, and preview this weekend’s Davis Cup final as France hosts Belgium and Finals runner-up David Goffin. There’s also talk of marriage (Serena Williams) and splitsville (Andy Murray drops coach Ivan Lendl again).
Greg DePalma spends a few minutes with Patrick Magee, who covers Conference USA football for the Sun Herald in Gulfport, Miss., about the league’s turn of fortunes that have sent resurgent Florida Atlantic and coach Lane Kiffin to this year’s championship game to take on North Texas.
After a thrilling season finale weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway, let’s wrap up the season with the final edition of takeaways. It wasn’t just about Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season finale, it was just how great a weekend it was for NASCAR in general.
Greg DePalma breaks down the weekend firing line, as the Denver Broncos make a change – though not head coach Vance Joseph – and UCLA parts with Jim Mora after six years. Meanwhile, since when has Buffalo’s Tyrod Taylor become a quarterback worth sticking up for?