Sarah Spain Archive

Sarah Spain

Contributor, espnW.com
Sarah Spain (follow her on Twitter @SarahSpain) is the co-host of Spain & Fitz 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.
  • Spain and Fitz

    Nick Friedell explains the differences in covering the NBA vs his new gig with NFL. Doug Lesmerises of Cleveland.com says there is a way that Urban Meyer keeps his job.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Bill Barnwell joins the show to discuss Roquan Smith, Khalil Mack and Andrew Luck. Plus, Do we need to change HOF voting?

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Nick Friedell talk about how it looks like Andrew Luck might actually return and we have forgotten how dominant he can be. Michael Kay called out by Clint Fraiser

  • Highly Questionable

    Izzy Gutierrez, Papi and Sarah Spain question how big of a problem is the Urban Meyer Rally for Ohio State, what to make of Serena's comments about postpartum depression, if Brian France should be fired from NASCAR and much more.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason discuss the state of the Jets and Giants with Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. Jason thinks the Yankees are in trouble for the Playoffs.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah doesn’t think Dak can’t say he always stands for the anthem without aligning himself with the owners. Bruce Feldman joins the show. Plus, Jenny Dial Creech.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason talk with HOF voter Jim Trotter about T.O. not showing to the ceremony. Plus, Ohio State sets a 14 day deadline for investigation.

  • Highly Questionable

    Izzy Gutierrez, Papi and Sarah Spain discuss how the NBA rallied together to defend LeBron, should Ohio State move on from Urban Meyer, does Came Newton hold his WR's back and more.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Lamar Jackson makes his NFL debut. ESPN MMA Analyst Brett Okomoto joins to talk about the return of Conor McGregor to the octagon and do you believe EA Sports apology?

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason discuss Urban Meyer's statement as well as react to Zach Smith's interview with ESPN.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason are joined by Columbus Radio Host and former Buckeye Bobby Carpenter as well as Dan Murphy frest off his interview with Zach Smith

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason don't see how Urban Meyer could keep his job. Plus, they tell you why Duke freshman Zion Williamson is must-see TV this year.

  • Spain and Fitz

    ESPN's legal analyst gives insight on OSU and how it will conduct its investigation into Urban Meyer's handling of abuse allegations against a former coach on his staff.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah and Jason are back together and help us get up to speed on the Urban Meyer scandal and the latest from NFL training camps.

  • Spain and Fitz

    In hour 3, Sarah & Nick discuss Jerry Jones' recent comments, talk to David Purdum about the NBA's partnership with MGM, and the stolen shark is safe!

  • Spain and Fitz

    In hour 2, Sarah & Nick discuss the NBA partnering with MGM and talk to Jenny Dial Creech of The Houston Chronicle about the reaction in Houston over the Roberto Osuna trade.

  • Spain and Fitz

    In hour 1, Sarah Spain & Nick Friedell are joined by Jerry Crasnick to break down the final hours of the MLB Trade Deadline & react to Rick Sutcliffe's criticism of Yu Darvish

  • That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

    How well do you know Adam Amin? He channels his journey to ESPN PxP commentator and what's ahead in his future with Sarah Spain in the latest episode.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Bob Nightengale of USA Today joined Sarah & Nick to discuss players old tweets, and the trade deadline. Also, more on Roquan Smith's hold out.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah Spain & Nick Friedell discuss athletes having old tweets resurface and the Cowboys fighting back against protests. Dan Graziano on Roquan Smith's contract.

  • Spain and Fitz

    Sarah Spain & Nick Friedell talk about the NFL's new tackling rules, LeBron James opening his own school, and the Astros trading for controversial pitcher Roberto Osuna.