The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
Parting Shot: NFL Ratings: 10/21/16
Jeremy shares some thoughts on the NFL's decline in TV ratings this season.
Floyd Landis, former Pro Cyclist: 10/21/16
Jeremy chats with Floyd about being stripped of the 2006 Tour de France title and his latest venture since leaving cycling: a legal marijuana business in Colorado.
Shaun Assael, Author: 10/21/16
Jeremy talks with Shaun about his new book: "The Murder of Sonny Liston: Las Vegas, Heroin & Heavyweights." Shaun discusses why he believes that Liston was murdered.
Steve Delsohn, OTL: 10/21/16
Jeremy chats with Steve about his recent conversation with Lakers President and Part-Owner Jeanie Buss. Plus, Steve's thoughts on the current state of the Los Angeles Lakers.
Amar'e in Israel : 10/21/16
Jeremy travels to Israel to talk with Amar'e Stoudamire, who left the NBA to travel to the ancient land to play basketball and teach his family about life.
Parting Shot: Cubs: 10/14/16
Jeremy discusses the long championship drought for the Chicago Cubs and why he's rooting for them ... from afar.
Steve Dahl, Author & DJ: 10/14/16
Jeremy chats with Steve Dahl about his new book, "Disco Demolition: The Night Disco Died."
Disco Demolition: 10/14/16
The story of the night that disco may have died: July 12th, 1979 in Comisky Park.
Eye of the Cub: 10/14/16
An E:60 story by Shelley Smith about a young Cubs fan whose love of the Chicago baseball team provides hope during a difficult time for him and his family.
Parting Shot: Scully & Palmer: 10/7/16
Jeremy shares some final thoughts regarding two legends: Arnold Palmer and Vin Scully.
Dan Kramer, Author: 10/7/16
Jeremy talks with Dan Kramer, son of Packers' Hall of Famer Jerry Kramer, about his new book "Return to Glory."
Thirteen: The Cochran Concussion Story: 10/7/16
A Jen Lada OTL piece about a father and son who both are battling with post-football concussion issues.
Fear is a Choice: 10/7/16
A Tom Rinaldi College GameDay feature about Pitt RB James Conner, who returned to the field after beating cancer.
Dan LeBatard remembers Jose Fernandez: 9/30/16
ESPN Radio host Dan LeBatard tells Jeremy about the emotional impact that the death of Jose Fernandez has had on Miami and its Cuban community.
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.
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