The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
Brady & Belichick: 9/23/16
Jeremy's Parting Shot this week focuses on the success of Bill Belichick & Tom Brady and why their 3-0 start without Brady proves his value, and doesn't diminish it.
West Virginia's Native Sons: 9/23/16
Marty Smith tells the story of a West Virginia high school football team trying to rebuild after a devastating flood.
Tim Howard, USMNT GK: 9/23/16
USMNT & Colorado Rapids GK Tim Howard chats with Jeremy about his return to the MLS and the future of USMNT, including their prospects in the next World Cup.
Scott Keneally, Documentarian: 9/23/16
Jeremy chats with Scott Keneally, writer & director of "Rise of the Sufferfests", which details the growing popularity of hardcore obstacles races, like "Tough Mudder."
Nate Jackson, former NFL TE: 9/23/16
Jeremy talks with former NFL Tight End Nate Jackson, who discusses the effect of fantasy football, the NFL's marijuana policy, & Colin Kaepernick's anthem protest.
High School Hazing: 9/16/16
An Outside the Lines piece about a high school football player who speaks out regarding a vicious alleged hazing incident.
Megan Rapinoe & Kate Fagan: 9/16/16
Jeremy talks with Megan Rapinoe about her decision to follow Colin Kaepernick by kneeling for the National Anthem. After, Kate Fagan joins the conversation with Jeremy.
9/11 Memorial Special: 9/9/16
This special episode marks the 15th anniversary of September 11th. In this show, we hear "The Man in the Red Bandanna" and speak with the writer/narrator, Tom Rinaldi.
Impact, The Life of Donnovan Hill: 9/2/16
An OTL story about a young man who was paralyzed during a Pop Warner football game.
Mikey Brannigan's Story: 9/2/16
Jeremy tells the story of Mikey Branningan, a learning-disabled distance runner with his eyes set on gold at the Paralympics.
Parting Shot: A-Rod: 8/26/16
Jeremy looks back on Alex Rodriguez' career, one that should have been remembered much differently than it ultimately will be.
Vin Scully: 8/26/16
Jeremy sits down with the legendary Vin Scully, as the broadcaster enters the final stretch of his Hall of Fame career.
Carry On: 8/26/16
Tom Rinaldi takes us through the story of two disabled wrestlers and the ESPN producer who helped change their lives.
Parting Shot: Michael Phelps: 8/19/16
Jeremy looks at just how great Michael Phelps is in the annals of Olympic glory.
Tom Farrey on Grant Neal: 8/19/16
Tom Farrey speaks with Jeremy about his OTL story about an athlete fighting back on sexual misconduct charges.
Dick Fosbury on track and field today: 8/19/16
1968 gold medalist in the high jump Dick Fosbury talks to Jeremy while at the Rio Olympics about today's track and field athletes.
Jim Harbaugh conversation: 8/19/16
Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh speaks with Gene Wojciechowski about the season coming up and his busy off-season.
Neil Fine and Gary Belsky: 8/12/16
On the Origins of Sports: The Early History and Original Rules of Everybody’s Favorite Games available now.
Parting Shot: The Olympic bad guys: 8/5/16
Jeremy looks at the return of the bad guys at the Olympics, but this time it isn't those athletes who live behind the now defunct Iron Curtain.
Claressa Shields, the Olympics and Flint: 8/5/16
Boxer Claressa Shields has a real shot at Olympic gold, but she also fights for more than the hardware.
The world of Olympic alternates: 8/5/16
Reporter Tim Struby talks with Jeremy Schaap about the lonely life of Olympic alternates and what it's like to sit on the sidelines.
My Wish: Bryce Harper: 8/5/16
Nationals superstar Bryce Harper helps a young fan overcome a debilitating kidney disease
Erik Kramer lives again: 8/5/16
Former NFL QB Erik Kramer attempted to take his own life a year ago and failed. He sat down to talk with Steve Delsohn and Outside the Lines.
Parting Shot: 7/30/16
Jeremy looks at how the NHL doesn't believe CTE and concussions are connected.
Denied Olympic Gold moments: 7/29/16
Doping scandals and the Olympics continue to mar the build up to Rio 2016.
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