Sarah Spain Archive

Sarah Spain

Contributor, espnW.com
Sarah Spain (follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain) is the co-host of espnW Presents: The Trifecta on ESPN Radio, host of the That's What She Said podcast, a SportsCenter reporter and an espnW columnist since 2010. She was a heptathlete at Cornell and is a lifelong Chicago sports fan.
  • Izzy and Spain

    Did people change their minds about Jared Goff over one game? Plus, Carmelo Anthony adds teams to his trade list.

  • ESPN Radio

    Le Batard, Stugotz and Sarah Spain discuss potential changes that could be made to football to make it more aesthetically pleasing.

  • ESPN Radio

    We're joined by our NFL Celebrity Prognosticator and Sarah Spain debuts her Stacked In My Day segment.

  • ESPN Radio

    On today's show, do you like the idea of NFL teams losing a point every time they punt? Also, Ric Flair joins the show.

  • Highly Questionable

    Dan Le Batard, Papi and Sarah Spain discuss if the Knicks should trade Carmelo Anthony, if college football is more exciting than the NFL and more.

  • ESPN Radio

    Le Batard, Stugotz and Sarah Spain are joined by friend of the show, Ric Flair to discuss how his recovery is going.

  • ESPN Radio

    Le Batard, Stugotz and Sarah Spain discuss our Bucket of Death controversies and Don La Greca's latest rant.

  • That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

    Jordan joins Sarah to help her look at possible CFB programs that deserve her fandom.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Mark Teixeira tells Izzy and Spain how he stopped looking when baseballs went into the stands. Plus, Kevin Van Valkenburg on Eddie Lacy battling his weight.

  • Highly Questionable

    Dan Le Batard, Papi and Sarah Spain talk about the KD apology, are home runs making baseball more appealing, should people stop body-shaming Eddie Lacy & more.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Izzy returns from hurricane exile and he Sarah discuss the state of the NFL and Kevin Durant's faux pax

  • Highly Questionable

    Dan Le Batard, Papi and Sarah Spain talk about the Giants struggles on MNF, a conversation with Keegan-Michael Key and more.

  • Highly Questionable

    Dan Le Batard, Papi and Sarah Spain talk NFL week 2, Lawrence Timmons going AWOL on the Miami Dolphins, Kyrie throwing shade and KD's twitter fiasco.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Bill Plaschke on the NFL not making any noise in LA, Tim Kurkjian on the end of the Indians winning streak, and Will Jay Cutler work in Miami.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Jordan Raanan walks us through OBJ's injury. Plus, The Indians add another game to their incredible wins streak.

  • That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

    Sarah talks to Keri Potts about the role the media plays in covering sexual and partner violence.

  • Izzy and Spain

    The Texans add another loss to the list, plus Sarah Barshop, and Pedro Gomez knows why Cleveland is on a win streak.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Mina Kimes fills in for Izzy. Discussion of the QB performances in week 1, plus Kevin Seifert on NFL refs having unwritten rules.

  • That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

    Trey talks about his career path at ESPN, and getting ready for his new morning show with Mike Golic.

  • Izzy and Spain

    The NFL season is underway. Warren Moon has been profiled before by police and understands the Bennett case. Plus, Christine Brennan on the US Open.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Michael Bennett gets support from around the NFL, the Buc and Dolphins game is rescheduled, and the curious case of the Isaiah Thomas hip injury.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Izzy and Jeff Dickerson discuss the Elliott ruling, Team USA draw against Honduras, and another Spygate in New England?

  • Izzy and Spain

    SI Legal Analyst Michael McCann tells Sarah Spain why Ezekiel Elliott didn't wait for the NFLPA appeal to file suit. Plus, why the courts have sided with the league.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Ezekiel Elliott fights for his job, Brock Osweiler lost his job, and Serena Williams added a job.

  • Izzy and Spain

    Mina Kimes on her Aaron Rodgers interview and Bobby Marks on the Lakers surprising punishment.