The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
ESPN's renowned investigative reporter and TV commentator, Jeremy Schaap, takes a historical look at some of the greatest sports figures of past and present. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener.
The Sporting Life: 4/19/19
Jeremy is joined by the most decorated Olympian in history, Michael Phelps, who was at Augusta for Tiger's Masters win. Plus, Wright Thompson continues his conversation.
Wright Thompson, ESPN.com: 4/19/19
In the continuation of an interview from last week, Wright is back to continue conversing about his book "The Cost of These Dreams: Sports Stories and Other Serious Business."
Michael Phelps, Olympian: 4/19/19
Jeremy talks with the most decorated Olympian in history about his life now that he is retired from swimming, and being at Augusta for Tiger's Masters win.
The Sporting Life: 4/12/19
Mike Farrell talks about his latest E:60 feature. ESPN's Wright Thompson also discusses his writing approach & hockey Hall of Famer Martin St. Louis discusses the Frozen Four.
Martin St. Louis, Hockey Hall of Famer: 4/12/19
On Frozen Four Weekend, the former University of Vermont standout offers his thoughts on the state of college hockey after explaining what makes this weekend so special.
Mike Farrell, E:60: 4/12/19
The producer of the E:60 documentary, "Forever Broncos," joins Jeremy to discuss what this story about the April 2018 Humboldt bus crash means to him and his native Canada.
The Sporting Life: Final Four Special: 4/5/19
Dick "Hoops" Weiss looks back on Final Four lore, Bobby Hurley reflects on his unforgettable Duke teams & Minneapolis-based chef Andrew Zimmern praises his city's food scene.
Andrew Zimmern, Celebrity Chef: 4/5/19
The celebrity chef, who resides in Minneapolis, takes Jeremy through the city's preparation and excitement for hosting college basketball's biggest event. After Jeremy tells the story of how his coat was stolen in a Minneapolis restaurant, Zimmern praises his city's food culture, claiming Minneapolis boasts the best culinary scene in the United States.
Bobby Hurley, Arizona St. HC: 4/5/19
The Duke legend looks back on his iconic career and how losing the 1990 title game sparked Duke's unforgettable run in the following years. After getting knocked out in this year's tournament as the coach at ASU, Hurley admits deep postseason aren't as easy as they once seemed.
Dick "Hoops" Weiss, CBB Writer: 4/5/19
The legendary college basketball writer joins Jeremy ahead of his 47th year covering the Final Four. Before talking about the impact of the one-and-done on the sport, Weiss recalls some of the great moments and people in Final Four history.
The Sporting Life: 3/29/19
Big personalities Bobby Valentine and Claressa Shields come before an inspirational story from two former college softball players. Chris Connelly of "E:60" also joins.
Chris Connelly, E:60: 3/29/19
The lauded storyteller discusses his early days as a music journalist. After telling a crazy airplane story, Connelly says he supports Jeremy's side hustle as an Instagram chef.
Allie Bradian & Bella Picard: 3/29/19
The two former college softball players share their inspirational story of overcoming a horrible accident that occurred on the softball field nearly four years ago.
Claressa Shields, Unified World Champion: 3/29/19
The 2x Olympic gold medalist joins a few weeks before her April 13 fight versus Christina Hammer, which some are calling "the biggest fight in women's boxing history."
Bobby Valentine, Sacred Heart AD: 3/29/19
With his usual flair and charisma, the former player and manager discusses the state of baseball after a controversial offseason and years of declining ratings.
E:60: The Missing Piece: 3/22/19
ESPN's Tisha Thompson profiles UMBC head coach Ryan Odom and the battle he and his family faced before his team ever took the court a year ago against Virginia.
The Sporting Life: 3/22/19
Jeremy welcomes ESPN's Keith Law and Jim Calhoun, a March legend. Plus, an "E:60" feature about UMBC's head coach, Ryan Odom, and the battles he and his family faced in the years leading up to his school's historic upset of Virginia one year ago.
Keith Law, ESPN MLB Sr. Writer: 3/22/19
Law offers his insights on Mike Trout's record-breaking contract and Ichiro's lasting legacy.
Jim Calhoun, St. Joseph's University: 3/22/19
With Part III of "The Calhoun Project" set to air on E:60 Sunday, the legendary basketball coach talks about his decision to return to the sidelines at an upstart D-III school in West Hartford, Conn.
The Sporting Life: 3/15/19
In a college sports-themed edition of the show, Jeremy welcomes former UNC basketball standout Tyler Hansbrough, FSU baseball coach Mike Martin and Marquette AD Bill Scholl.
Bill Scholl, Marquette AD: 3/15/19
In January, Marquette announced its decision to launch a D-I varsity e-sports program. Scholl joins to discuss the logistics that go into building this type of program.
Mike Martin, FSU Baseball HC: 3/15/19
One week after winning his 2000th career game, the 75-year-old Martin talks to Jeremy about his career and some of the best players he's ever seen in his 40 years at FSU.
Tyler Hansbrough, Former UNC F: 3/15/19
The former Naismith winner educates Jeremy about basketball culture in China, where he currently plays professionally. Plus, he supports Zion Williamson's decision to return.
The Sporting Life: 3/8/19
On a star-studded episode, Jeremy welcomes two-time Olympic gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin and Vince "Vinsanity" Carter.
Vince Carter, Atlanta Hawks G: 3/8/19
The future Hall of Famer discusses the Hawks' unique locker room dynamic, the secrets behind his longevity and how social media has changed communication among players.
Mikaela Shiffrin, U.S. Skiing: 3/8/19
One week after winning a third straight World Cup overall title, the two-time Olympic gold medalist discusses her racing approach and what she's capable of in the future.
The Sporting Life: 3/1/19
Jeremy welcomes ESPN's Lisa Salters, the NBPA's Michele Roberts and American soccer goalie Tim Howard.
Tim Howard, U.S. Soccer: 3/1/19
The U.S. soccer goalie explains his decision to retire from the MLS. Plus, he looks back on his storied career and the growth of American soccer.
Michele Roberts, NBPA Executive Director: 3/1/19
Roberts discusses her role in the players' union and what makes it special. Plus, she speaks honestly about the Anthony Davis situation and how the league benefits from it.
Lisa Salters, ESPN: 3/1/19
The sideline reporter for "Monday Night Football" dissects Jason Witten's big decision & why it was the right one. Plus, she discusses how her life changed after this season.
The Sporting Life: 2/22/19
This week, Norman Chad dishes on his Twitter beef with Jeremy & Dick Vitale reflects on his legendary career. Plus, Brad Lichtenstein talks about his VR film on Arthur Ashe.
Brad Lichtenstein, Filmmaker: 2/22/19
Jeremy welcomes the man behind a new virtual reality film about the 1968 U.S. Open win that catapulted Arthur Ashe onto the national spotlight.
Dick Vitale, ESPN: 2/22/19
The 2019 Sports Emmys Lifetime Achievement Award winner joins Jeremy to reflect on his early days at ESPN. In true Dickie V. fashion, the legendary college basketball broadcaster gets emotional, admitting he'd "be dead by 55 or 60" had he continued coaching. Vitale also talks about the upcoming Dick Vitale Gala and what his dear friend, Jim Valvano, would say to him today. He also discusses his new book (all proceeds go to the V Fund) and the "Mount Rushmores" of college basketball.
Norman Chad, The Washington Post: 2/22/19
One of the show's favorite guests joins to discuss his premeditated Twitter beef with Jeremy. Jeremy tries to negotiate a cease-fire, but Chad refuses.
The Sporting Life: 2/15/19
Jeremy is joined by Daytona 500 favorite Brad Keselowski, E:60's Andy Tennant and FIFPro spokesman Andrew Orsatti. Plus, a 2014 feature on the late Frank Robinson.
Andrew Orsatti, FIFPro Spokesman: 2/15/19
Orsatti discusses the international movement that resulted in the release of Bahraini soccer player Hakeem al-Araibi from a Thai prison earlier this week.
Andy Tennant, E:60: 2/15/19
The executive producer of ESPN's Sunday show discusses E:60's evolving storytelling approach. Plus, Tennant prefers Bob Ley as a reporter, which Jeremy refuses to accept.
Brad Keselowski, NASCAR Champion: 2/15/19
This year's Daytona 500 favorite talks about his approach to this weekend and what it would mean to win "The Great American Race."
The Sporting Life: 2/8/19
U.S. gold medalist Ryan Crouser discusses the 2019 NYRR Millrose Games and Della Britton looks back on Jackie Robinson's legacy. Plus, an E:60 profile of Kristaps Porzingis.
Della Britton, Jackie Robinson Foundation: 2/8/19
The president of the Jackie Robinson Foundation looks back on the life and legacy of the man whom Jeremy calls "the most consequential athlete of all time."
Ryan Crouser, NYRR Millrose Games: 2/6/19
One of the top track and field athletes in the country, the 2016 Olympic gold medalist joins to discuss his participation in this weekend's 112th Millrose Games.
The Sporting Life - Super Bowl Special 2019: 2/1/19
Jeremy talks Super Bowl with Monday Night Football's Booger McFarland and NE Patriot Nate Ebner. Plus, Puppy Bowl Ref Dan Schachner and Atlanta Chef Kevin Gillespie.
Kevin Gillespie, Chef & Restaurateur : 2/1/19
One of Atlanta's top chefs talks about how he and his staff prepared for Super Bowl Week. Plus, Jeremy tries to get himself a reservation at one of Gillespie's restaurants.
Dan Schachner, Puppy Bowl Referee : 2/1/19
Dan discusses why people are so enamored with the Puppy Bowl and then lends his perspective on the officiating controversy from the NFC Championship game.
Nate Ebner, New England Patriots: 2/1/19
The Patriots special-teamer and former Olympian catches up with Jeremy ahead of Super Bowl LIII. Ebner talks about his role with the team and preparing for another Super Bowl.
Booger McFarland, Monday Night Football: 2/1/19
Booger joins the show to talk about his mindset going into Sunday, when he and the rest of the MNF crew will be calling the Super Bowl for the ESPN world feed.
Joe Tessitore, Monday Night Football: 1/26/19
On the weekend of the Pro Bowl, the voice of "Monday Night Football" chats about his first season in the booth for MNF, and his thoughts on the state of boxing.
Lyle Thompson, Pro Lacrosse Player: 1/26/19
The professional lacrosse player and Native American joins the show to discuss a recent incident involving a PA announcer and fans verbally attacking him during a match.
Dick Vermeil, former Rams Head Coach: 1/26/19
The Super Bowl Champion former coach gives his take on the blown call in the NFC Championship and his thoughts on the Rams returning to the Super Bowl.
Tisha Thompson, Investigative Reporter: 1/26/19
Jeremy talks with Tisha about her latest piece on Super Bowl tickets and brokers, which have a dark side when it comes to the secondary market.
The Sporting Life: 1/25/19
Jeremy is joined this week by ESPN's Tisha Thompson, Native American pro lacrosse player Lyle Thompson, former Rams coach Dick Vermeil & MNF's Joe Tessitore.
Trevor Kraus, Author of "Ticketless": 1/18/19
The author of "Ticketless," who has snuck into some of the world's biggest sporting events, explains to Jeremy why he feels "spin-moving" is his calling in life.
Marc Bulger, former NFL QB: 1/18/19
Jeremy talks with the former Rams' QB about the upcoming NFC Championship game, and about Bulger's new interest: becoming an Olympic curler.
The Sporting Life: 1/18/19
Jeremy is joined this week by WCC Commissioner Gloria Nevarez, former NFL QB and aspiring Olympic curler Marc Bulger, and sports "gatecrasher" and author Trevor Kraus.
The Sporting Life: 2018 in Review: 1/11/19
One of Jeremy's producers, Troy Farkas, interviews him about "The Sporting Life" in 2018. Together, they look back on a year filled with hectic schedules, entertaining guests, unique storytelling, and important journalism. Plus, to satisfy his producers, Jeremy promises he'll have a better idea of his schedule in 2019. In return, Troy and his co-producer, Dan Z., agree to allow more chefs on the show this year.
The Sporting Life: 1-12-19: 1/11/19
Jeremy discusses college football with Tom Rinaldi, high school football with Frank Gola, professional football with Ian O'Connor and sports betting with Matt Kalish.
Matt Kalish, DraftKings : 1/11/19
The co-founder of the daily fantasy site talks about the future of sports gambling in America following last May's historic Supreme Court decision regarding sports betting.
Ian O'Connor, ESPN Sr. Writer: 1/11/19
The author of "Belichick: The Making of the Greatest Football Coach of All Time" discusses New England's playoff hopes in a less-than-stellar season for the Patriots.
Hank Gola, Author: 1/11/19
The esteemed football writer discusses his new book, "City of Champions," about the 1939 high school football national championship game.
Tom Rinaldi, ESPN: 1/11/19
The beloved ESPN reporter talks about his hectic college football season, which ended with Monday night's championship game between Clemson and Alabama.
The Sporting Life: 1/05/19: 1/4/19
Jeremy talks about the rise of the black QB with Bill Rhoden and previews Wild Card Weekend with Mina Kimes. Plus, a CFB title preview with Greg McElroy and Jim Stuckey.
Jim Stuckey, Former Clemson DT: 1/4/19
Stuckey, once an All-American defensive tackle at Clemson who played seven years in the NFL, explains why his Tigers are the only team that can compete with the Crimson Tide.
Greg McElroy, ESPN CFB Analyst: 1/4/19
The former Alabama QB expects a completely different matchup than we've seen in past years from Clemson and Alabama. He also explains what makes Nick Saban great.
Mina Kimes, ESPN: 1/4/19
The host of "The Mina Kimes Show" podcast discusses football fandom in LA and the strange Ravens offense. Plus, she talks about the mystery that is Nick Foles.
Bill Rhoden, The Undefeated: 1/4/19
Jeremy's longtime friend discusses his new article in "The Undefeated" about Lamar Jackson and why Rhoden expects to see more black NFL quarterbacks in the coming years.
42 to 1: 12/26/18
An audio version of "42 to 1," a new "30 for 30" about Buster Douglas's upset of Mike Tyson on Feb. 11, 1990. The film was co-directed by Jeremy Schaap and E:60's Ben Houser.
The Sporting Life: 12/22/18: 12/19/18
Jeremy relives the year in sports with some of his favorite guests: Norman Chad, Howard Bryant and Brin Butler.
Brin Butler, Boxing Writer: 12/19/18
Butler fills Jeremy in on the results of the World Chess Championships. Plus, if the sport's best play their cards right, Butler says 2019 could be a huge year for boxing.
Howard Bryant, ESPN The Magazine: 12/19/18
Jeremy relives some of 2018's top sports stories and moments with one of the show's favorite guests.
Norman Chad, The Washington Post: 12/19/18
Under the guise of witty banter, Chad takes shots at Jeremy's new film and his role on "Outside The Lines." And, he has an issue with people who go to the movies on Christmas.
The Sporting Life - 12/14/18
Jeremy is joined this week by former heavyweight champion, Buster Douglas, Pete Rozelle award-winner, Andrea Kremer, and friend-of-the-show Lisa McCaffrey.
Lisa McCaffrey: 12/14/18
Lisa, mother of Christian, chats with Jeremy about Carolina's season, and her other three sons (who also play football) ... and her husband, Ed, who has retired from football.
Andrea Kremer, NFL Network: 12/14/18
Jeremy is joined by the renowned journalist for a conversation about her role in Amazon's all-female NFL broadcast team.
Buster Douglas, Former Heavyweight Champion: 12/14/18
Former heavyweight champ of the world, and subject of the latest 30 for 30, Buster talks with Jeremy about his thoughts on the film and his historic upset victory over Tyson.
Ricky Williams, 1998 Heisman Trophy Winner: 12/7/18
1998 Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams calls the show to discuss what it was like to win the award and his new career in astrology.
"42 to 1", a "30 for 30" Preview: 12/7/18
Jeremy is joined by his co-director, Ben Houser, and the editor/producer, Mike Sciallis, of the new "30 for 30" called "42 to 1" about Buster Douglas' upset win over Mike Tyson in 1990. The film debuts on ESPN on Tuesday, December 11th at 9pmET.
The Sporting Life - 12/7/18
Jeremy is joined by his co-director, Ben Houser, and the editor/producer, Mike Sciallis, of the new "30 for 30" called "42 to 1" about Buster Douglas' upset win over Mike Tyson in 1990. The film debuts on ESPN on Tuesday, December 11th at 9pmET. Plus, 1998 Heisman Trophy winner Ricky Williams calls the show to discuss what it was like to win the award and his new career in astrology.
Dr. Chris Nowinski, Concussion Legacy Foundation: 11/30/18
Jeremy talks with Dr. Nowinski about his foundation, Concussion Legacy Foundation, and the importance of educating athletes, coaches and parents on head injuries in sports.
"Gentleman" Gerry Cooney, former Boxer : 11/30/18
The former heavyweight boxer converses about the state of the sport and his take on why boxing can be a way out for troubled youth.
Bob Glauber, Newsday: 11/30/18
The longtime "Newsday" writer talks about his new book, "Guts and Genius: The Story of Three Unlikely Coaches Who Came to Dominate the NFL in the '80s."
Tim Rohan, Sports Illustrated: 11/30/18
The SI writer joins the show to discuss his new podcast about Steve McNair's mysterious death and how there was much more to the story than the public realized.
The Sporting Life - 11/30/18
Jeremy talks with Chris Nowinski about head injuries in sports, SI's Tim Rohan about Steve McNair's death, Newsday's Bob Glauber about 1980's NFL and "Gentleman" Gerry Cooney.
Kate Wells & Lindsey Smith, Michigan Radio: 11/22/18
The hosts of the NPR podcast, "Believed," detail how former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar got away with sexual assault on young athletes for decades.
Erik Weihenmayer, Explorer: 11/22/18
The first blind person to ever summit Mount Everest, Weihenmayer discusses his journey and why he was determined to accomplish what was thought to be an unreachable feat.
Gotham Chopra, Filmmaker: 11/22/18
Director of "Shut Up and Dribble," and host of the "Why Sports Matter" podcast on Cadence13, Chopra explains how the NBA has always been at the forefront of cultural evolution and why the players feel compelled to speak out.
David Grann, Author: 11/22/18
The author of "The White Darkness" discusses his story about Henry Worsley, who attempted to be the first person to cross Antarctica on foot, unassisted and unsupported.
The Sporting Life - 11/23/18: 11/22/18
Jeremy is joined by author David Grann, film director Gotham Chopra, podcast hosts Lindsay Wells & Kate Smith, and blind explorer Erik Weihenmayer.
The Sporting Life: 11-17-18: 11/16/18
Jeremy speaks with John Powers and Gary Pomerantz about legendary Boston sports figures Bob Cousy and Bill Belichick. Plus, Brin Butler on the biggest names in chess.
Brin-Jonathan Butler, Journalist: 11/16/18
The show's go-to boxing expert educates Jeremy about one of his other interests: chess. Butler talks about the popularity of the game and its biggest names.
Gary Pomerantz, Journalist: 11/16/18
Fresh off writing a new book about the subject, the noted writer and historian discusses the complex relationship between Celtics greats Bob Cousy and Bill Russell.
Darren Prince, Agent: 11/16/18
The sports and celebrity agent, who represents Magic Johnson, opens up about his battle with opiate addiction.
John Powers, The Boston Globe: 11/16/18
The author of "Fridays With Bill" discusses Bill Belichick's notorious brevity with the media and what his players love about the 5x Super Bowl-winning coach of the Patriots.
The Sporting Life: Veteran's Day Special: 11/9/18
On this Veteran's Day Special edition of the show, Jeremy talks with three former NFL players and military veterans: Green Beret Nate Boyer, who was a Seahawks long snapper, Vietnam Veteran and Pro Football Hall of Fame QB, Roger Staubach, and Air Force Combat Veteran and former Dallas Cowboy, Chad Hennings. Plus, a special message to all the Veterans from the entire ESPN Radio team.
Chad Hennings, Air Force Veteran & former NFL player: 11/9/18
The former Cowboys lineman and Persian Gulf War and Air Force Veteran talks about his current work helping Veterans and the rise in head injuries seen in football.
Roger Staubach, Hall of Fame QB & Vietnam Veteran : 11/9/18
The Hall of Fame QB and Vietnam Veteran joins Jeremy to discuss his work with USAA, his time in the service, why it is crucial to remind Veterans of our thanks & appreciation.
Nate Boyer, Green Beret & former NFL player: 11/9/18
The Green Beret, and former Seahawks long snapper, returns to the show to talk about his thoughts on Veteran's Day and why it's important to honor our military.
The Sporting Life - 11/2/18
Jeremy is joined this week by the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy, legendary play-by-play man Verne Lundqvist, author Michael Sokolove & HOFer Geno Auriemma.
Geno Auriemma, UConn WCBB Head Coach: 11/2/18
One of the greatest coaches of all-time joins Jeremy to discuss his proudest achievements from a Hall of Fame career.
Michael Sokolove, Author: 11/2/18
The author of a new book, "The Last Temptation of Rick Pitino," explains why he thinks the embattled coach will eventually be on the sidelines again.
Verne Lundquist, Play-by-Play Commentator: 11/2/18
The legendary play-by-play commentator shares memories with Jeremy from his storied career, including the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan incident around the '94 Olympics.
Dan Shaughnessy, Boston Globe: 11/2/18
The "Boston Globe" columnist reflects on another championship for Boston, this one the 4th for the Red Sox this century.
The Sporting Life - 10/26/18
Jeremy is joined this week by filmmaker Dan Klores, author Jane Leavy and long-suffering British Browns fan Paul Brown.
Paul Brown, Diehard Browns Fan: 10/26/18
The long-suffering British Browns fan chats about his emotions during the Browns first win this season, and the possibility of an NFL team in London.
Jane Leavy, Author: 10/26/18
The author of "Big Fella: Babe Ruth and the World He Created" talks about how Ruth was one of the first American sports celebrities and just how huge he was during his heyday.
Dan Klores, "Basketball: A Love Story": 10/26/18
The director of "Basketball: A Love Story" discusses his new film and the inspiration for creating the 20-hour documentary.
The Sporting Life: 10-20-18: 10/20/18
Jeremy is joined by Bob Beamon to reflect on his 1968 Olympics performance, Gary Myers to discuss the Dallas Cowboys and Norman Chad to talk the usual nonsense.
Norman Chad, ESPN: 10/20/18
The "Sporting Life" legend joins Jeremy to discuss a wide range of topics, including Chad's affinity for sports gambling and the decline of Eli Manning.
Gary Myers, NFL Columnist: 10/20/18
Myers discusses his new book about the Dallas Cowboys and what makes America's team one of the most iconic franchises in sports.
Bob Beamon, Former Olympian: 10/19/18
The former track and field star joins the show 50 years after his record-setting long jump at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.
The Sporting Life - 10/12/18
Jeremy is joined by MMA expert Ariel Helwani to talk UFC 229, author John Eisenberg to discuss the evolution of the NFL, and NYT's George Vecsey to remember Dave Anderson.
John Eisenberg, Author: 10/12/18
The author of "The League: How Five Rivals Created the NFL and Launched a Sports Empire" talks about the origins of pro football and the two events that changed the NFL.
Ariel Helwani, Ariel Helwani's MMA Show: 10/12/18
Helwani discusses the popularity of Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov following last weekend's bout at UFC 229, and subsequent melee following the match.
The Sporting Life - 10/5/18
Jeremy talks with an NFL writer about evolving NFL offenses, an author of a book about the legendary 1968 U.S. men's track & field team and the Chicago Marathon director.
Carey Pinkowski, Chicago Marathon Director: 10/5/18
Pinkowski talks with Jeremy about the appeal of running marathons and why this particular race attracts tens of thousands of runners from all over the world.
Bob Burns, Author: 10/5/18
Fifty years after the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, Jeremy speaks with the author of "Track in the Forest" about the creation of the legendary 1968 U.S. men's track & field team.
Doug Farrar, USA Today: 10/5/18
The author of "Genius of Desperation: The Schematic Innovations that Made the Modern NFL" discusses the evolution of NFL offenses and the most innovative coaches.
The Sporting Life - 9/28/18
Jeremy is joined by author Steve Steinberg, director Jonathan Hock, and New York Times writer Christopher Clarey.
Christopher Clarey, New York Times: 9/28/18
The NYT writer discusses the current state of tennis, and why he believes that this is one of the greatest eras of the men's game, ever.
Jonathan Hock, Director: 9/28/18
The film director discusses with Jeremy his new documentary, "14 Back", about the one-game playoff between the Red Sox and Yankees on October 2nd, 1978.
Steve Steinberg, Author : 9/28/18
The author of a new book, "The World Series in the Deadball Era", reflects back on a period of baseball that ended nearly a century ago.
The Sporting Life - 9/21/18
Jeremy is joined by documentarian Joe Lavine and ESPN's Ian O'Connor who wrote a new book on Bill Belichick. Plus, a portion of Jeremy's E:60 sitdown with Sammy Sosa.
Joe Lavine, Documentarian : 9/21/18
The director of an upcoming "SEC Featured" about famed sportswriter Grantland Rice joins to look back on Rice's one-of-a-kind writing style in the golden age of newspapers.
Ian O'Connor, ESPN Sr. Writer: 9/19/18
The author of a new biography on Bill Belichick speaks with Jeremy about Belichick's rise through the coaching ranks, what sets him apart, and his relationship with Tom Brady.
The Sporting Life - 9/14/18
Jeremy is joined this week by "The Undefeated's" Jerry Bembry, author Mike Stanton, NYT Magazine chief correspondent Mark Leibovich and "Baseball Cop" Eddie Dominguez.
Eddie Dominguez, former MLB DOI: 9/14/18
The author of Baseball Cop and a founding member of the MLB's Department of Investigations, talks about his experience investigating the widespread use of PEDs in baseball.
Mark Leibovich, NYT Magazine: 9/14/18
The "New York Times Magazine" writer and author of "The Big Game" discusses the issues currently plaguing the NFL and how they are impacting the league's popularity.
Mike Stanton, Author: 9/14/18
The author of a new biography about the oft-forgotten Rocky Marciano joins the show to talk about Rocky's unmatched fighting style and how he transcended the sport of boxing.
Jerry Bembry, The Undefeated: 9/14/18
Jeremy talks with "The Undefeated" writer about his column on Serena Williams' actions at the US Open Final, which he calls "the most polarizing column [he's] written at ESPN.
The Sporting Life - 9/7/18
On this week's show, Jeremy talks with Aaron Hernandez' attorney, Jose Baez. Plus, historian Raymond Arsenault on Arthur Ashe and Brin Butler on the Alvarez/GGG rematch.
Brin Butler, Boxing Writer : 9/7/18
Jeremy is joined by the boxing expert to discuss next weekend's rematch between Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Alvarez and what we should expect from the pair's bout.
Raymond Arsenault, Historian: 9/7/18
Jeremy chats with the professor and author of "Arthur Ashe: A Life" about the tennis icon and how he broke barriers of race in the sport. Plus, his impact on Barack Obama.
Jose Baez, Attorney: 9/7/18
Jeremy talks with Aaron Hernandez' attorney about his new book, "Unnecessary Roughness: Inside the Trial and Final Days of Aaron Hernandez."
The Sporting Life - 9/1/18: 8/31/18
This week's show includes conversations with basketball HOFer Nancy Lieberman, author Casey Sherman, ESPN reporter Sal Paolantonio, and fantasy football guru Matthew Berry.
Matthew Berry, ESPN Audio: 8/31/18
ESPN's fantasy football guru concludes our "Get To Know ESPN Audio" series by explaining how fantasy football saved his life.
Sal Paolantonio, ESPN: 8/31/18
The ESPN reporter provides insight into the Eagles' unforgettable 2017 season, from the moment Carson Wentz went down to the moment the Eagles hoisted the Lombardi Trophy.
Casey Sherman, Author: 8/31/18
Sherman, who gained unprecedented access to Tom Brady for his new book, "12," talks about the QB's legendary chip-on-the-shoulder and remarkable 2016 Super Bowl performance.
Nancy Lieberman, Basketball HOFer: 8/31/18
Lieberman just led Team Power to a championship in Ice Cube's BIG3 league, and Jeremy's longtime friend joins to discuss how much fun she had coaching former NBA stars.
Adam Schefter, ESPN Audio: 8/24/18
Jeremy chats with the preeminent NFL reporter about what motivates him to break every story and how he keeps up with the frenetic pace of the NFL news cycle.
Doug Pederson, Eagles Head Coach: 8/24/18
Jeremy talks with the Super Bowl Champion about his gutsy play call, now known famously as "Philly Special." Plus, how he plans to keep up the success in Philadelphia.
The McCaffrey's: 8/24/18
First, Jeremy's E:60 profile on Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey. Then, a conversation with McCaffrey's mother, Lisa.
The Sporting Life - 8/24/18
This week's show includes a conversation with Eagles coach Doug Pederson, an E:60 feature on Panthers RB Christian McCaffery, a discussion with McCaffery's mother, Lisa, and a chat with ESPN's most prominent NFL reporter, Adam Schefter.
Domonique Foxworth, ESPN Audio : 8/17/18
The Morning Roast co-host discusses his transition from professional athlete to media member, and his thoughts on his alma mater's handling of the tragic Jordan McNair death.
Hawk Harrelson, White Sox Broadcaster: 8/17/18
The author of "Hawk: I Did It My Way," speaks with Jeremy about his life in baseball, which includes being involved with the game in 7 different decades.
Dr. David Geier, Sports Medicine: 8/17/18
The sports medicine specialist explains why Maryland completely mishandled Jordan McNair's heat stroke and how teams and coaches can avoid preventable injuries and death.
Jerry Kramer, Pro Football HOF: 8/17/18
Jeremy talks with the new Pro Football Hall of Famer about finally getting inducted, 50 years after his football career ended.
Covino & Rich, ESPN Radio: 8/10/18
Steve Covino and Rich Davis, the newest members of the ESPN Radio family, discuss their unique relationship and their approach to sports radio.
Ben Reiter, Sports Illustrated: 8/10/18
In 2014, Reiter's SI cover accurately predicted the Astros would win the 2017 World Series. Reiter also speculates on Houston's rationale behind acquiring Roberto Osuna.
Brenda Tracy, Activist & Speaker: 8/10/18
Tracy describes her story of being raped by 4 college football players in 1998 and why she finally exposed herself as a rape survivor 16 years after the fact.
Katie Nolan, ESPN Audio: 8/3/18
The multidimensional host of the "Sports?" podcast talks about her roles on ESPN's digital platforms, which makes Jeremy feel old.
George Shea, Major League Eating: 8/3/18
We unearth Jeremy's conversation with Shea following this year's Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4. Shea tells Jeremy why Joey Chestnut is an elite athlete.
Bryant McKinnie, Former NFL OL: 8/3/18
The 12-year NFL veteran and Miami alumnus defends his '01 Hurricanes and claims his star-studded squad as the best college football team of the last 20 years.
Howard Bryant, ESPN The Mag: 8/3/18
Bryant unpacks baseball's deep-rooted racism problems demonstrated in social media over the past few weeks. Bryant also discusses Novak Djokovic's place in tennis history.
Edmund Wehrle, Author: 7/26/18
The author of a new book about Babe Ruth tells of the MLB's fears of The Great Bambino and how the league launched a smear campaign against the game's biggest star.
Tom Shieber, HOF Sr. Curator: 7/26/18
Shieber tells Jeremy about some of the eccentric artifacts tucked away in the museum's archives. He also addresses the Baseball Hall of Fame's perception of the Steroid Era.
Bob Costas, Broadcaster: 7/26/18
The 2018 Frick Award winner reflects on his childhood dream of calling baseball games. He also speculates on what his career would be like if he had focused only on baseball.
Simon Critchley, Professor: 7/20/18
The professor joins Jeremy to discuss the World Cup, including France's win and England's performance. Plus, how Russia handled hosting and what to expect from Qatar in 2022.
Dan Shaughnessy, Boston Globe: 7/20/18
The Boston Globe columnist talks with Jeremy about the state of baseball and Rob Manfred's comments about Mike Trout not doing enough to market himself.
David Jacoby, ESPN Audio: 7/13/18
The "Jalen & Jacoby" co-host jokes with Jeremy as he explains what it's like working with Jalen Rose. Jacoby also suggests Jeremy should take him out for an expensive meal.
Dave Bohner & Jake Gronsky: 7/13/18
Bohner, Josiah's grandfather, and Gronsky, once a member of the Cardinals' organization, speak with Jeremy about the book that Josiah's journey inspired them to write.
E:60: Josiah Viera: 7/13/18
E:60's Tom Rinaldi tells the inspirational story of a baseball-loving boy's fight against a rare and fatal aging disease, and how he helped fuel a local team's title run.
Bomani Jones, ESPN Audio: 7/6/18
The host of "The Right Time" podcast talks about his unique broadcasting style, as well as his new TV show he co-hosts with Pablo Torre.
Bill Rhoden, The Undefeated: 7/6/18
Jeremy speaks with his longtime friend about Muhammad Ali's 1975 Harvard commencement speech, which you will hear an excerpt of at the beginning.
Kamau Murray, Tennis Coach: 7/6/18
Sloane Stephens' coach speaks about his effort to grow the game in minority communities. He also offers his thoughts on the current state of American tennis.
Julia Lowrie-Henderson, 30 for 30: 6/29/18
The voice of the new "30 for 30" podcast series about bikram yoga explains its founder's rise to fame and consequent fall from grace.
Leonard Zaichkowsky, Ph.D.: 6/29/18
The author of "The Playmaker's Advantage" explains how teams in different sports evaluate players' mental abilities in the modern age.
Marty Smith, ESPN Audio: 6/28/18
The host of "Marty Smith's America" talks about the e-mail that changed his life. And to Jeremy's surprise, Nick Saban is indeed a human being.
Jack McCallum, HOF Writer: 6/28/18
The Hall of Fame NBA writer evaluates the 2017-18 Warriors' place in history. Plus, LeBron to the Knicks?
Wayne Drehs, ESPN The Mag: 6/25/18
The writer of an ESPN.com companion piece to the Nevest Coleman story attempts to solve some of the mysteries left behind from that fateful night 24 years ago.
E:60: Grounds For Return: 6/25/18
E:60's Lisa Salters tells the story of Nevest Coleman, the White Sox groundskeeper who spent 24 years in jail after admitting to a murder he claims he never committed.
Buster Olney, ESPN Audio: 6/22/18
The host of the Baseball Tonight Podcast converses about the start of his career, what keeps him interested in MLB and why the league needs to address pace-of-play concerns.
Ken Bensinger, Author: 6/22/18
The author of "Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World's Biggest Sports Scandal" discusses the news that North America will be hosting the 2026 World Cup.
Greg Wyshynski, ESPN Radio: 6/14/18
In the latest "Get to Know ESPN Radio," the podcast host discusses ESPN's hockey coverage and his reaction to discovering how many hockey fans walk the halls of ESPN.
Grant Wahl, Soccer Journalist: 6/13/18
A highly-regarded soccer writer, Wahl talks about this generation's wave of superstars and America's absence from the 2018 World Cup.
Roger Bennett, Soccer Journalist: 6/13/18
The author of "Encyclopedia Blazertannica" and creator of the "American Fiasco" podcast series discusses the U.S.'s embarrassing performance at the 1998 World Cup in France.
Sarah Spain, ESPN Radio: 6/8/18
In the latest "Get To Know ESPN Radio" edition, The multi-dimensional host discusses her preparation routine and challenges she faces as a woman in sports media.
Mike Pesca, Author: 6/8/18
In his new book, "Upon Further Review," Pesca throws around some of the greatest "what if's" in sports history, and how a different outcome could have changed everything.
Adam Sobel & Ramzy Haddad, Filmmakers : 6/8/18
The men behind a documentary depicting tough working conditions in Qatar (the 2022 World Cup location) share stories of poor men laboring in the world's richest country.
Howard Bryant, ESPN The Mag: 6/8/18
Howard discusses the greatness of Rafael Nadal, Serena's withdrawal from the French Open, and the increasingly rocky relationship between the president and athletes.
Parting Shot: NHL vs. NBA: 6/1/18
Jeremy shares his final thoughts on the Championship series in the NHL and NBA and how they are both dramatic and historical, but for very different reasons.
Joe Drape, New York Times: 5/31/18
Weeks ago, Drape explained why Justify would win the Kentucky Derby. He rejoins Jeremy a week from the Belmont and says he isn't convinced the horse will win the Triple Crown.
Dylan and Dakota Gonzalez, Twins: 5/31/18
Two former UNLV basketball players explain why they gave up their final year of eligibility to pursue careers in music and a clothing line instead.
Zach Lowe, The Lowe Post: 5/30/18
The host of a popular ESPN podcast dishes on his past life as a crime reporter and how he learned to develop relationships, a key tenet of his work as a top basketball writer.
Lee Jenkins, Sports Illustrated: 5/29/18
The SI writer, known for breaking LeBron's return to Cleveland, says why the GSW/CLE Finals matchup is bad for the NBA and also speculates on LeBron's next destination.
Parting Shot: Vegas Golden Knights: 5/25/18
Jeremy shares his final thoughts on the Golden Knights' run to the Stanley Cup in their first season in the NHL.
Dari Nowkhah, ESPN Radio: 5/25/18
The Dari & Mel co-host discusses his interesting relationship with Mel Kiper Jr., his childhood in Oklahoma, and his role at the SEC Network.
Anders Kelto & Nina Feldman, Audible: 5/25/18
The producer and reporter of a "Gamebreaker" episode talk about their story on Christy Martin, a former champion in the ring who had to escape a man she owed so much to.
Courtney Force, NHRA: 5/25/18
Jeremy chats with the drag racer about the risks of her sport, competing against her famous father, and her marriage to an IndyCar driver.
Darren Rovell, ESPN: 5/25/18
The business insider talks about ESPN's TV deal with the UFC, last week's Supreme Court ruling, and the Golden Knights' run to the Stanley Cup.
Adnan Virk, The Cinephile Podcast: 5/18/18
The modern film industry perplexes Jeremy, and ESPN'S film guru joins the show to answer some of his questions, including: Why aren't there any good movies anymore?
Alexandra Starr, NPR: 5/18/18
A reporter for NPR, Starr shares her findings on a disturbing sexual abuse case involving the first family of American taekwondo: the Lopez brothers.
Susan Jacoby, Author: 5/18/18
The author of "Why Baseball Matters" explains why baseball doesnât resonate among younger generations, and where America's pastime sits in today's sports landscape.
Michael McCann, Sports Illustrated: 5/18/18
Sports Illustratedâs legal analyst discusses how this week's historic Supreme Court decision on sports gambling will impact viewership.
Parting Shot: Matt Harvey: 5/11/18
Jeremy shares his thoughts on the end of the Matt Harvey era in Queens and transition to his new home in the Queen City.
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