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32 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
Playbook Sports Horse Report: Stephen Foster Stakes podcast
Greg DePalma, Marc Lawrence (PlaybookSports.com) and Jon Hardoon (TheSheets.com) spotlight Saturday’s card at Churchill Downs, topped by the Stephen Foster Stakes as Maxfield is the prohibitive favorite. Visitant, Warrior’s Charge and Silver Dust are expected to offer the biggest challenge for an automatic berth in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. The trio also takes a look at the Wise Dan Stakes, where Somelikeithotbrown arrives off a Pimlico course record but is second favorite to Set Piece, with the Tepin Stakes rounding things out. . Audio only:
46 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Prime Sports NASCAR: Pocono doubleheader podcast
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune (RotoWire) look ahead to this weekend’s doubleheader at Pocono Raceway, as the NASCAR Cup Series comes back for a second bite of the Saturday/Sunday twin bill that was put into place last year as sports emerged from the COVID-19 hiatus. Kevin Harvick and Denny Hamlin won last year’s races at the “Tricky Triangle,” though Kyle Busch also would have to be considered after winning three of the past eight races contested there. Greg and C.J. also recap some of the Cup Series’ latest headlines. . Audio only:
28 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Playbook Sports Horse Report: Siren Lure Stakes podcast
Greg DePalma, Marc Lawrence (PlaybookSports.com) and Jon Hardoon (TheSheets.com) take a look at some of the weekend’s top races at Santa Anita and Belmont Park, topped by the Siren Lure Stakes at Santa Anita. Kanderel, trained by Richard Mandella, heads up the field of seven in the 6 1/2-furlong sprint on turf for 3-year-olds and up. . Audio only:
43 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Prime Sports Speed: Rev Group Grand Prix podcast
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) look ahead to the Rev Group Grand Prix, as the IndyCar circuit makes its sixth annual visit to the Wisconsin countryside at Road America. The 222-mile race actually was held twice last year, as IndyCar created a doubleheader weekend to help make up for races lost to the pandemic. Scott Dixon and Felix Rosenqvist took the checkered flag in last year’s races. Greg and Eric also reply to comments made on the channel regarding IndyCar’s TV coverage and Team Penske. . Audio only:
58 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Prime Sports NASCAR: Ally 400 podcast
Greg DePalma, Eric Smith (Race Review Online) and C.J. Radune (RotoWire) look back at last week’s All-Star Weekend and its convoluted format, praised for trying something different but criticized for not communicating it well enough to the TV audience. Kyle Larson won for the third consecutive Sunday. This week brings the NASCAR Cup Series back to Nashville for the first time since 1984, though the Xfinity and truck series have made more recent stops at Nashville Superspeedway. They also discuss some of the early Silly Season headlines. . Audio only:
46 minutes | Jun 12, 2021
NFL Draft Reactions 2021: Colts review
OFN host Greg DePalma reconnects with Jake Arthur, now senior analyst for HorseshoeHuddle.com, for a look at all seven of the Indianapolis Colts‘ selections in the NFL Draft and how they fit into the depth chart. After going the trade route to import new QB Carson Wentz, the Colts focused on defense with their first two picks with Michigan DE Kwity Paye and Vanderbilt DE Dayo Odeyingbo. Greg and Jake also chat about how Tennessee’s acquisition of WR Julio Jones from Atlanta affects the AFC South, plus a look at the Colts’ top rookie free agents. Audio only:
23 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Playbook Sports Horse Report: June 11 podcast
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon (TheSheets.com) delve into the weekend’s thoroughbred cards with in-depth analysis and free selections for a pair of Saturday races at Belmont Park and Santa Anita Park. They also do a quick recap of Essential Quality‘s victory at the Belmont Stakes and discuss how overnight rain at Belmont this weekend might affect the action. . Audio only:
64 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
NFL Draft Reactions 2021: Chiefs review
OFN host Greg DePalma welcomes back Thomas Welte of FanSided’s Arrowhead Addict to discuss all six NFL Draft selections by the Kansas City Chiefs, having sent their first-round pick to Baltimore for OT Orlando Brown Jr. The Chiefs picked twice in Round 2, neither from all that far away – Missouri LB Nick Bolton with the 58th selection and Oklahoma C Creed Humphrey five picks later. Greg and Thomas also preview upcoming position battles, especially along the revamped offensive line, and suggest the sleeper free-agent signing of the entire offseason. Audio only:
49 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Prime Sports Speed: Dual in Detroit podcast
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) preview IndyCar’s annual doubleheader weekend on the Detroit River – the Dual in Detroit, with twin 70-lap races around the street circuit on Belle Isle. It’s the first race on the IndyCar schedule since the Indianapolis 500, though newly crowned winner Helio Castroneves isn’t in the field as Meyer Shank Racing goes back to a one-car entry for the week-to-week series. Scott Dixon and Josef Newgarden won when the races were last held in 2019, with last year’s edition canceled by the COVID outbreak. . Audio only:
31 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Prime Sports NASCAR: Sonoma review & update
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) look back at Kyle Larson‘s second dominant victory in as many weeks, capturing the Toyota/Save Mart 350 in the California desert following his Coca-Cola 600 triumph on Memorial Day weekend. Delving further, it was Larson’s fifth consecutive top-2 finish in a run that started at Darlington. How does that affect the playoff chase with 10 races to go? Greg and Eric break down the NASCAR Cup Series standings and discuss what to anticipate with the crazy format of this week’s All-Star Race in Texas. . Audio only:
49 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Prime Sports NASCAR: South Point 400 podcast
Greg DePalma, C.J. Radune (RotoWire) and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) look ahead to the start of the Round of 12 in the NASCAR Cup Series that begins Sunday night in Las Vegas, following an underwhelming Round of 16 finale at Bristol. No one moved across the cut line to grab a last-minute ticket to the next stage, and Kevin Harvick won his ninth race. They also discuss the surprising new partnership coming in 2021 between Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan, launching a new race team with Bubba Wallace behind the wheel. .
42 minutes | Sep 24, 2020
Jets FM: Week 3 podcast
Greg DePalma welcomes back Jake Arthur, contributor for both Colts.com and Maven/SI’s AllColts.com, to preview Sunday’s matchup as the New York Jets visit Indianapolis still in search of their first win of 2020. The Colts, with new QB Philip Rivers, were upset by Jacksonville in Week 1 but came back last Sunday with a solid win over Minnesota. Greg also goes down memory lane to remind Jets fans about his take on talented young coaches – Sean McVay, Kyle Shanahan, P.J. Fleck – and why he continues to stand up for beleaguered Adam Gase.
43 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
OFN NFL Preview: Week 3 podcast
OFN host Greg DePalma and Marc Lawrence of Playbook.com look ahead to Week 3 of the NFL season, as several teams adjust to key injuries that will hamper them for weeks or even the rest of 2020. Hit hardest: The San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos. That said, the weekend brings a pair of marquee QB meetings as the Green Bay Packers (Aaron Rodgers) visit New Orleans (Drew Brees) on Sunday night, plus a Monday matchup of the past two MVPs as the Kansas City Chiefs (Patrick Mahomes) travel to Baltimore (Lamar Jackson). .
32 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
OFN Today: Ravens report
OFN host Greg DePalma gets together with Tony Lombardi, managing partner for the Russell Street Report, to look at the Baltimore Ravens‘ 2-0 start in which Lamar Jackson & Co. have averaged 36.5 points to rank second in the league. The duo breaks down key player performances, with a focus on the Ravens’ solid rookie draft class. Next up is perhaps the year’s most anticipated game, as the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and QB Patrick Mahomes come to town for a Monday night clash – to be played in front of 71,000 empty seats.
25 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
CaneSport Inside the Lines: Week 3 podcast
OFN host Greg DePalma and Gary Ferman, longtime publisher of CaneSport magazine, get ready for the Miami Hurricanes‘ annual showdown against Florida State – never short on intensity though the Seminoles lost to Georgia Tech at home in Mike Norvell‘s debut in Tallahassee. The Hurricanes enter with momentum after a powerful victory at Louisville to open their ACC schedule, showcasing some explosive playmaking with TDs from Cam’Ron Harris (75-yard run), Brevin Jordan (47-yard catch) and Jaylan Knighton (75-yard catch).
42 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
OFN Today: NFL Week 2 review
OFN host Greg DePalma and Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post look back at a calamitous Week 2 in the NFL, marked by a slew of injuries including Giants RB Saquon Barkley, Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey, 49ers DE Nick Bosa and QB Jimmy Garoppolo, Broncos QB Drew Lock and WR Courtland Sutton and Packers WR Davante Adams. Outside the emergency room, the Los Angeles Rams, Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars built upon good starts, and the Atlanta Falcons found another way to collapse in the final moments.
37 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Pats Probe: Week 2 recap
OFN host Greg DePalma and Evan Lazar (CLNS Media) break down the New England Patriots‘ dramatic loss in Seattle, as the Seahawks stopped Cam Newton inches short of the goal line as time expired in a 35-30 decision. Though it goes into the books as a loss, the Patriots showed a much more dynamic attack than they did in a Week 1 victory over Miami. Newton completed 15 of 19 passes when throwing at least 10 yards downfield, good for 295 yards in those situations. Seattle, though, wasn’t going to let the big QB beat them in short yardage at the end.
32 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
Jets FM Postgame: Week 2 podcast
Greg DePalma breaks down the New York Jets‘ struggles in Sunday’s home opener, opting to preach continued patience following a tepid 31-13 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. The Jets’ offense remained anemic, missing a trio of scoring opportunities in the first three quarters and not scoring their lone TD until 83 seconds were left. Meantime, San Francisco’s Raheem Mostert ran 80 yards for a TD on the game’s first snap. Greg points out where the upgrades need to come and takes fandom – and media – to task for losing perspective in a lengthy rebuild.
41 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Prime Sports NASCAR: Bass Pro Shops Night Race podcast
Greg DePalma, C.J. Radune (RotoWire) and Eric Smith (Race Review Online) take an in-depth look at the NASCAR Cup Series playoff standings as Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops Night Race serves as the finale of the Round of 16. Austin Dillon has become a big storyline in this stage, with a pair of top-5 finishes to start the playoffs. At the other side of the momentum spectrum, Ryan Blaney is at the bottom of the table despite winning earlier this year. Clint Bowyer sits just above the cut line and William Byron just below, separated by three points. .
44 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
OFN NFL Preview: Week 2 podcast
OFN host Greg DePalma and Marc Lawrence of Playbook.com set the table for Week 2 of the NFL season, which for the first time since the league went to 32 teams finds all the Week 1 home teams on the road and vice versa. The schedule finds a couple of matchups of surprising Week 1 winners as the Jacksonville Jaguars visit the Tennessee Titans and Washington travels to the Arizona Cardinals. The Los Angeles teams also have games of interest: The Chargers in their home opener vs. the Kansas City Chiefs and the Rams visiting the Philadelphia Eagles. .
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