The Sports Section: March 27 podcast

March 27, 2017

Greg DePalma sits down with analysts Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com to review the NCAA Tournament‘s weekend action, including South Carolina‘s Cinderella run, and take an early look at the Final Four matchups. Before that, there’s discussion of Monday’s news that the Oakland Raiders have been approved to relocate to Las Vegas.  

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The Sports Section: March 26 podcast

March 26, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com analyze how Gonzaga and Oregon punched their tickets to the NCAA Tournament‘s Final Four – Gonzaga’s first in school history and the Ducks’ first since the inaugural tournament in 1938. Greg also previews Sunday’s Auto Club 400 as NASCAR wraps up a three-week swing out West.  

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The Sports Section: March 25 podcast

March 25, 2017

Greg DePalma and CollegeHoopsDaily.com analyst Scott Zolotorow examine how South Carolina and Florida gave the Southeastern Conference three teams among the NCAA Tournament‘s Elite Eight. They’ll also preview Saturday’s slate, with top seeds Gonzaga taking on upstarts Xavier and Kansas seeking to stave off Oregon.  

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The Sports Section: March 24 podcast

March 24, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com discuss this month’s first big NCAA Tournament upset, as 11th seed Xavier stormed back against Arizona to score 12 of the final 14 points. The final match of Sweet Sixteen matchups is highlighted by a clash of traditional powers in Kentucky and UCLA.  

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Prime Sports College Hoops: Sweet Sixteen podcast

March 23, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com break down the brackets for the NCAA Tournament‘s Sweet Sixteen, which gets underway with four games Thursday. Oregon will miss big man Chris Boucher against Michigan because the Wolverines struggle against size. The night also is primed for underdogs with Xavier, Purdue and West Virginia.  

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The Sports Section: March 22 podcast

March 22, 2017

Greg DePalma delves deep into this week’s Sweet Sixteen matchups at the NCAA Tournament, asserting UCLA‘s Lonzo Ball won’t be put off his game against Kentucky by his dad’s loose lips. Also, Baylor could spoil South Carolina‘s surprising run by getting the Gamecocks out of their home state. Upset possibilities lurk in Purdue, Butler, Xavier and West Virginia.  

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Prime Sports College Hoops: Sweet 16 podcast

March 21, 2017

Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy of CollegeHoopsDaily.com preview the NCAA Tournament‘s Sweet Sixteen matchups that begin Thursday, including an intriguing matchup as North Carolina – the ACC‘s lone survivor – takes on no-longer-unknown Butler. Also, Kentucky takes on UCLA in a matchup of the sport’s bluebloods.  

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The Sports Section: March 20 podcast

March 20, 2017

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.  

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The Sports Section: March 19 podcast

March 19, 2017

Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy of CollegeHoopsDaily.com dissect how Wisconsin set the NCAA Tournament on its ear by knocking out overall top seed Villanova, then turn their attention to a Sunday slate that features Michigan State trying to do likewise with Kansas. Also on tap: A preview of Sunday’s Camping World 500 in Phoenix.  

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The Sports Section: March 18 podcast

March 18, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com look back at Friday’s NCAA Tournament results, which again were largely devoid of upsets though USC‘s victory kept another perfect record of First Four winners reaching the second round. Saturday’s discussion centers around a clash between Purdue and Big 12 Tournament champ Iowa State, along with Villanova vs. Wisconsin.  

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