The Sports Section: March 16 podcast

March 16, 2017

Greg DePalma digs straight into the menu for Thursday’s huge set of NCAA Tournament games, with an eye on top upset possibilities. The best might come from an all-Florida affair, as Florida Gulf Coast returns to the dance against hot-and-cold Florida State in Orlando.  

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Ourlads’ NFL Draft Guide: Bowl review

January 6, 2017

Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to recap the best and worst performances from the bowl season. Could Dalvin Cook‘s big Orange Bowl performance move him ahead of Leonard Fournette, who opted to sit out LSU’s postseason?  

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Ourlads’ NFL Draft Guide: Bowl preview II

December 23, 2016

Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, rejoins Greg DePalma to discuss top NFL prospects worth watching in the upcoming week’s glut of bowl games. The Orange Bowl gets plenty of attention, with Michigan’s versatile Jabrill Peppers and Florida State RB Dalvin Cook and DE DeMarcus Walker.  

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The Sports Section: Sept. 21 podcast

September 21, 2016

Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin take a final look at the football weekend that transpired, including attention-grabbing college victories by Louisville over Florida State as well as Ohio State over Oklahoma.  

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The Sports Section: Sept. 15 podcast

September 15, 2016

Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin take a look at the football weekend ahead, highlighted by the matchup of college bluebloods Oklahoma and Ohio State in Norman, plus Florida State vs. Louisville in the ACC. Hockey analyst Jan Levine also joins the show to preview the World Cup of Hockey.  

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Prime Sports Football: Nov. 6 podcast

November 7, 2015

Greg DePalma looks at the top storylines in college and pro football, joined by RotoWire.com‘s Mario Puig to discuss the Clemson/Florida State and LSU/Alabama showdowns. Rich Hill of SB Nation’s PatsPulpit.com also sits in to discuss the unbeaten New England Patriots and the rest of the AFC East.  

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