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Pablo Sandoval Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesPablo Sandoval gained World Series MVP honors as the Giants win their second title in three years.

Monday, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo reacted to the Giants' World Series sweep of the Tigers, broke down big wins on the college and NFL gridiron and much more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

A Giant sweep - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo break down a dominant World Series performance by the underdog Giants and marvel at San Francisco's ability to topple the heavily favored Tigers. Listen

ESPN's Dan Shulman talks about the Giants' sweep of the Tigers, the importance of beating Justin Verlander in Game 1, if the Tigers were pressing in the latter games of the series, if the Giants are now MLB's model franchise and more. Listen

ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney chats about how impressed he was with the Giants postseason run, puts 2012 in perspective and forecasts some of the postseason moves which might happen this winter. Listen

Irish silence critics - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss Notre Dame's big road win over Oklahoma and break down why the Irish now have a clear path to the national title game. Listen

ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck talks about the chances there will be a quarterback change in Philadelphia, how Peyton Manning continues to improve, the magic touch the Giants continue to possess and more. Listen

ESPN college football analyst Jesse Palmer says he couldn't be more impressed with Notre Dame's win over Oklahoma. Palmer adds that Notre Dame should be ranked 2nd in the country and also says there is very little chance the SEC gets shut out of the BCS National Championship Game. Listen

ESPN's Mike Tirico weighs in on a potential quarterback controversy in Philadelphia, previews Monday's NFC West showdown between the 49ers and Cardinals and comments on the Giants' sweep of the Tigers in the World Series. Listen


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