Greg DePalma sits down with Mitchell Light, managing editor at Athlon Sports, to discuss the Alabama-vs.-Ohio State argument that eventually put the Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff despite not playing for a conference title. They also take an early look at the semifinal matchups and kick around coaching’s December revolving door.
Greg DePalma is joined again by Mike Huguenin of Gridiron Now to discuss the College Football Playoff‘s final quartet and the committee’s decision to take Alabama, which didn’t play for a league title, over Big Ten champion Ohio State. They also look back at Championship Weekend, look ahead to the semifinal matchups and take a whirl on the coaching carousel.
Greg DePalma considers who the New York Jets ought to target as their new offensive coordinator, with Atlanta’s Matt LaFleur and Pittsburgh’s Randy Fichtner at the top of his list. He also looks at top free agents that would fill their needs, along with draft options who could make the quickest impact.
Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand discuss Novak Djokovic‘s breakup with coach Boris Becker, along with other notable coaching moves heading into 2017. They’ll also take a look at Kathy Rinaldi‘s appointment as U.S. Fed Cup captain, succeeding Mary Joe Fernandez.
Greg DePalma breaks down new coaching vacancies on the NFL’s “Black Monday” and takes an early look at the wild-card playoffs. Guests feature Nick Athan, publisher of Scout.com’s Kansas City Chiefs site WarPaintIllustrated.com, and SB Nation NFL reporters Brett Kollmann (Texans), Jeff Hartman (Steelers) and Evan Western (Packers).
Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, college football editor at RotoWire.com, look at preseason rankings and other headlines since Ohio State won the inaugural College Football Playoff. The duo also touches on key coaching changes, Heisman hopefuls and championship futures.