Greg DePalma checks in with CollegeHoopsDaily.com writers Jamal Murphy (in Las Vegas) and Scott Zolotorow (in Orlando) to discuss a relatively upset-free opening day of the NCAA Tournament‘s main brackets, in which only Middle Tennessee and Xavier knocked off a higher seed. They’ll also break down Friday’s slate in search of a more impactful upset.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin discuss the first full weekend of NFL and college football, with a scorching debate about the Super Bowl prospects of Trevor Simien after pulling off a win over the Carolina Panthers. The pair preview New England at Arizona, Cincinnati against the Jets, and rookie quarterback starts in Philadelphia and Dallas. Also, Bristol Motor Speedway hosts Virginia Tech vs. Tennessee.
Greg DePalma and Andrea Leand review last week’s WTA event in Cincinnati, where Karolina Pliskova beat No. 2 seed Angelique Kerber who was aiming to take over the World No. 1 ranking. The pair also give an update on the sport’s new anti-doping policy.
College Basketball: The holiday week makes for an extremely light schedule on the weekend, though it creates some frontloaded early-week matchups worth watching.
College Basketball: With football stepping aside to get ready for bowl season, hoops moves onto center stage – including one near the site of the Pearl Harbor attacks 74 years ago.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com turn their focus to college basketball, offering their top plays as the season gets ready to tip off Friday. The duo also looks at college football (Michigan, Oklahoma State) and the NFL (Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers).