Here are our college football picks for Week 2 including top money line plays following a successful 2 for 3 in Week 1. Don’t forget to tune in on the Ourlads Football Radio Network at Ourlads.com for more coverage.
Greg DePalma looks back at the final day of the NCAA Tournament‘s opening weekend, in which South Carolina bounced Duke from the brackets and No.1 seed North Carolina barely survived. PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand also stops by to discuss results from the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, where Roger Federer and Elena Vesnina captured titles.
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.
Jamal Murphy of CollegeHoopsDaily.com and TheBlacketologist.com, joins Greg DePalma to update the latest news from college basketball’s conference tournaments and take another look at where NCAA Tournament bubble teams stand. Friday’s highlight game comes in the ACC, where North Carolina and Duke get a bonus third meeting.
In the waning hours before another big Duke/North Carolina basketball showdown, Greg DePalma suggests pundits should stop sticking up for Blue Devils bad boy Grayson Allen. The spotlight also shines on the Pac-12 as Oregon visits UCLA.
College Basketball: It’s finals week on most campuses, keeping the schedule fairly quiet until teams hit the road for a Saturday full of top-tier exams in holiday showcases.
Greg DePalma examines the NCAA’s Final Four, where unbeaten Kentucky stands two wins away from completing the first unbeaten season since 1976. Wisconsin is the Wildcats’ semifinal opponent, with Duke facing Michigan State for the other title-game slot.
NCAA Tournament: Mike Krzyzewski, Larry Brown and Steve Fisher all have national titles to their name, but the eventual South champion could very well be none of the above.