. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look back at last week’s NFL wild card games and delve into Round 2, as the AFC and NFC’s top seeds join the picture. The Minnesota Vikings get into action with an eye on becoming the first to play the Super Bowl on its home field, but must dispatch a resilient New Orleans Saints squad.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take an in-depth look at the four playoff games that make up the NFL’s wild card weekend, with divided opinions on the brewing showdown between NFC South rivals New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers. They also review the latest Super Bowl odds and offer a bonus look at the College Football Playoff finale.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take a hard look at the games that matter in the final week of the NFL’s regular season, including a division title still up for grabs between the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers. Three other playoff spots also have to be settled before the postseason picture is completed.
Greg DePalma previews a busy Tuesday night of college basketball and takes ESPN analysts Matt Hasselbeck and Herm Edwards to task for ripping Pittsburgh Steelers players who criticized their coaches and staff for last Sunday’s AFC Championship struggles in falling to the New England Patriots.
Greg DePalma recaps the NFL‘s pair of conference championship games, taking the Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin and his staff to task for Sunday night’s uninspired effort at New England. Meantime, the Atlanta Falcons earn the second Super Bowl berth in club history with a thorough beating of Green Bay.
Greg DePalma previews the NFL‘s Championship Sunday, making his Super Bowl predictions as the Pittsburgh Steelers visit the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons close out the Georgia Dome by welcoming the Green Bay Packers. A busy weekend of college basketball also gets a look, highlighted by the Arizona/UCLA showdown in the Pac-12.
Greg DePalma takes on the latest NFL playoff talk, including Antonio Brown‘s unauthorized Facebook Live broadcast from the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ locker room after their win at Kansas City. He also touches on college basketball’s upcoming slate of games.
Greg DePalma takes a look back at the NFL’s divisional playoff slate, where Aaron Rodgers added another page to his legacy with two late drives to lead the Green Bay Packers past the Dallas Cowboys, and gives an early preview of next week’s conference championships. A strong slate of MLK Day college basketball also is on the table.
Greg DePalma takes a look at this weekend’s NFL playoff matchups, where home teams held last week and three of this week’s are strong plays. It’s also a big college basketball weekend among mid-majors, with Wichita State/Illinois State and Gonzaga/St. Mary’s share the spotlight.
Greg DePalma is joined by Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, to recap Clemson‘s scintillating national-title comeback against Alabama. The NFL playoff picture also gets a look, as well as the latest news in college basketball.