The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
Mara Gubuan, Co-Founder of Shirzanan: 3/24/17
Jeremy talks with the co-founder of Shirzanan, a media and advocacy group for female Muslim athletes, about their mission to support those athletes and provide opportunities.
Kelli Masters, Sports Agent: 3/24/17
Jeremy talks with one of the few female NFL agents about the difficulties she faces working in a male-dominated field and how she overcomes those obstacles.
Crystal McCrary, Documentarian: 3/24/17
Jeremy talks with the documentarian about her new docu-series "Little Ballers Indiana," which is about an AAU team that's developing young female athletes.
How Scott Raab helped Cleveland win: 3/10/17
Jeremy talks with Scott about his new book, You're Welcome, Cleveland: How I Helped LeBron James Win a Championship and Save a City.
Saving Arthur's Life: 3/10/17
A Tom Rinaldi SC: Featured story about an adventure-racing team, and the dog whose life they saved.
Howard Bryant on silent NBA, USWNT flag: 3/10/17
Jeremy talks with Howard about the Knicks’ giving their fans the “silent treatment” during a game vs. Golden State, and USWNT’s decision to make players stand for the National
Mack Beggs and Texas wrestling: 3/10/17
A Tisha Thompson Outside the Lines exclusive feature about Mack Beggs, the transgender boy who won the Texas girls’ high school state wrestling championship.
Parting Shot: MLB Pace-of-Play: 3/3/17
Jeremy shares his final thoughts on the pace-of-play in MLB, and how the rules are fine just the way they are (semi-sarcastically).
Harvey Araton, Columnist: 3/3/17
Jeremy talks with the legendary New York sports columnist about his recent receipt of the 2017 Curt Gowdy Award from the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Legacy of a King: 3/3/17
A College GameDay feature about Ishmail Wainwright, grandson of Kansas Jayhawk basketball Legend, Maurice King, who broke down racial barriers in a segregated Lawrence, KS.
Bob Costas, NBC: 2/24/17
Jeremy talks with Bob, who explains his decision to step down from Olympic broadcasting after 24 years. Plus, his thoughts on social media and the Olympics today.
Pablo S. Torre, ESPN The Magazine: 2/24/17
Jeremy talks with Pablo about LeBron James, and how Torre's new ESPN The Magazine piece explores LeBron's role as a global icon and not just a basketball legend.
Dale Jr. & Amy Earnhardt: 2/24/17
The two-time Dayton 500 winner and his new wife, Amy, sit down with Marty Smith and talk about their marriage, and Dale Jr.'s battle with concussions.
Parting Shot: Bob Costas: 2/17/17
Jeremy shares his thoughts on Bob Costas, who will no longer broadcast the Olympic Games for NBC.
Rollie Massimino, Keiser Head Coach: 2/17/17
Jeremy talks with the legendary coach about winning his 800th career college basketball game earlier this season and his battle with brain cancer.
Brothers in Arms: 2/17/17
An SC: Featured piece by Ashley Fox about Steelers OT Alejandro Villanueva and the bond he formed with an Afghan translator when he was an Army Ranger.
Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf: 2/17/17
A Mark Fainaru-Wada Outside The Lines piece on former NBA player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, who is back in the spotlight in light of the current American political climate.
Greg Oden Exclusive: 2/10/17
A Jeff Goodman Outside The Lines exclusive sit-down with the former #1 overall NBA draft pick. Oden opens up about his alcoholism, domestic violence and being a draft bust.
Parting Shot: Knicks Mess: 2/10/17
Jeremy shares his thoughts on the current drama going on with the New York Knicks, specifically the James Dolan and Charles Oakley feud.
Lydia Reeder, Author: 2/10/17
Jeremy talks with Lydia about her new book, "Dust Bowl Girls: The Inspiring Story of the Team That Barnstormed Its Way to Basketball Glory."
Michael Eric Dyson, Author & Scholar: 2/3/17
Jeremy talks with Michael about today's political climate, including the roles athletes play in shaping culture and driving ideas and change in society.
Football Forever - Farr Family: 2/3/17
An Outside The Lines feature about the family of the late Mel Farr, and the effects that CTE has had on football-playing family.
Parting Shot: Brent Musburger: 1/27/17
Jeremy reflects on the career of soon-to-be-retired broadcaster, Brent Musburger.
Criticism of Vic Beasley: 1/27/17
A Jim Trotter Sunday NFL Countdown feature about Falcons OLB Vic Beasley, who endured criticism for a mediocre rookie season, before a bounce-back 2016.
Belichick & Berman: 1/27/17
A Chris Berman Sunday NFL Countdown feature where Berman sat down with Bill Belichick and the pair discussed Tom Brady and the coach's attitude toward the media.
Matthew Centrowitz, Olympic Gold Medalist: 1/27/17
Jeremy talks with Matthew, the man who won Olympic gold for the US in the 1500m for the first time since 1908, about his future in distance running.
George Karl, former NBA Head Coach: 1/27/17
Jeremy talks with the former coach about his new book, "Furious George", and some of the responses he's gotten since its release.
Parting Shot: Aaron Rodgers: 1/20/17
Jeremy reflects on the legacy of Aaron Rodgers and how important the NFC Championship game, and potential Super Bowl win, is to him.
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