Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m. ESPN's Jeremy Schaap takes listeners on an experience full of investigative reporting and offbeat stories, all focused on sports. The ESPN MLB writer talks about how in a year of historic offense in baseball, it was pitching that ultimately led the Nationals to be champions. The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap. The 1997 Heisman finalist and new ESPN college football analyst joins Jeremy to discuss his new role at ESPN and what he's expecting this season in CFB. And, Peter Gammons on Bill Buckner. Jeremy is joined by former Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops, and Lars Anderson, who just authored a new dual-biography on Bear Bryant and Nick Saban. Sherman, author of "This Is B1G: How the Big Ten Set the Standard in College Sports," discusses the history of the Big Ten and its place in intercollegiate athletics. Plus, we re-visit an emotional conversation. Plus, Mark Kram on the life and legacy of Joe Frazier. We listen to Buster Olney's E:60 piece on Mets 1B Pete Alonso, the discuss Alonso's rise with Buster. The author of a new book, "Tiger Woods's Back and Tommy John's Elbow: Injuries and Tragedies That Transformed Careers, Sports, and Society," joins to discuss. http://espn.go.com/espnradio/show?showId=sportinglife. Dykes delivers some inspirational messages and positive ways to use quarantine. ESPN's renowned investigative reporter and TV commentator, Jeremy Schaap, takes a historical look at some of the greatest sports figures of past and present. Sports, music, news and podcasts. Doug talks about the Nationals advancing to the World Series and the classes he has created at UConn around the intersection of sports and society. The Head of DraftKings Sportsbook talks with Jeremy about the evolution of sports gambling, where the market is going, and what the future may hold. Marantz, author of "Citizen Akoy: Basketball and the Making of a South Sudanese American," tells the story of Akoy Agau, refugee and one of the best Nebraska HS athletes ever. The great Norman Chad also joins the show to discuss the NFL, his bromance with Jeremy, and his battle with COVID and how he's trying to turn it into a positive. The disgraced former NBA referee explains how he got caught up in the gambling scandal that put him in jail and brought controversy to the league. On this baseball history special, Jeremy talks with longtime baseball writers Keith Law, Jon Pessah, Adam McCalvy and Zack Meisel. Plus, former Premiere League and Trinidad & Tobago National Team Goalie and current ESPN Soccer Analyst, Shaka Hislop addresses the response that soccer has had to the death of George Floyd and the push for social justice. And, Kevin Blackistone, the co-producer of an upcoming film about the Washington Redskins and the push to change their name, explains why he has long been an opponent of the Redskins name. This week, we present Jeremy's recent E:60 profile of former NFL quaterback, Drew Bledsoe, in its entirety. In the conversation, Namath details the lowest point in his life - when his wife told him that he had a drinking problem and needed to get help. The Navy LB joins the show to discuss his team's victory in the Army-Navy game, the importance of the game, and difficulty he faced when his father died serving this country. Jeremy discusses the ongoing fight for racial equality with ESPN Senior Writer Howard Bryant. Thomas talks about the 1932 Chicago Cubs, as well as perhaps the most famous home run in baseball history - Babe Ruth's "Called Shot" in Game 3 of the '32 World Series. Plus, the longtime TV play-by-play voic... Jeremy is joined by longtime sportswriter Mitch Albom to discuss myriad topics, including Mitch’s book Tuesdays with Morrie, the return of sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recent column he wrote condemning the anti-Semitic posts by Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, and subsequent “tepid” response from the media. Jeremy is joined by two former Chiefs All-Pro players, Neil Smith and Christian Okoye. Ivan Maisel tells the story of the most controversial game in one of college football's greatest rivalries - the 1973 tie between Bo Schembechler's Michigan and Woody Hayes's Ohio State University. With Wimbledon right around the corner, "tennis maven" Howard joins the show to discuss the current state of tennis, as well as what to expect in the coming weeks. And, author John Shea also joins. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener. Jeremy Schaap talks to Liz Clarke of the Washington Post about the Dan Snyder investigation, softball great Cat Osterman about the Athlete's Unlimited league, and legendary sports agent and member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame Donald Dell about his work in tennis and the sports marketing game. I love how the show celebrates the uncelebrated and focuses on quality journalism in a time where that's lacking. Plus, Gloria weighs-in on the effect COVID-19 has had on collegiate athletics. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener. Plus, the longtime TV play-by-play voice for the Twins, Dick Bremer discusses what it’s like calling... Jeremy is joined by longtime sportswriter Mitch Albom to discuss myriad topics, including Mitch’s book Tuesdays with Morrie, the return of sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and the recent column he wrote condemning the anti-Semitic posts by Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, and subsequent “tepid” response from the media. Laura Beil, returns with a second season of the award-winning series “Dr Death.” University of South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski has been one of college football's biggest surprises this season. Jeremy talks with Ryan McGee about Ryan Newman's crash at Daytona, Adam Carolla about Willie T. Ribbs and Danny Tarkanian about his father, Jerry. The boxing writer discusses Deontay Wilder's knockout of Luis Ortiz this past weekend, and the likely rematch upcoming between Wilder and Tyson Fury. The Executive Director of the Celebration Bowl explains the importance of the game, and the growing place that HBCUs have in the college space. The veteran Boston Globe reporter chats with Jeremy about the Patriots dynasty, and how Brady and Belichick have continued to co-exist for 19 years. Jeremy talks with ESPN Sr. The pair have a long and wide-ranging conversation about modern athletics, boxing, tennis, running and much more. Then, the author of a recent book about Alice Marble, The Divine Miss Marble: A Life of Tennis, Fame, and Mystery, Robert Weintraub explains how Alice changed the game of tennis for women and why she is such an intriguing historical figure. Jeff - The President of the Baseball Hall of Fame - and Jean - acclaimed photographer - chat with Jeremy about their new "Grassroots" campaign. John joins the show to talk about his in-depth story on the late Roy Halladay and the E:60 piece airing on Friday night. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener. Jeremy is joined by World Cup Champion Julie Foudy, NYT writer Ira Berkow and professional poker player Maria Konnikova. One of ESPN’s preeminent journalists, Jeremy Schaap has been with the company since 1994. We listen to Buster Olney's E:60 piece on Mets 1B Pete Alonso, the discuss Alonso's rise with Buster. The fourth-generation owner of Joe's Stone Crab in Miami talks with Jeremy about what it's like running an extremely popular restaurant during Super Bowl week. Reply. This podcast covers the serious, like the Michigan St. story, to the absurd, like the Nathan's Hot Dog Contest. Plus, a farewell to Bob Ley, who is retiring from ESPN after 40 years. Plus, Mark Cuban from OTL. Jeremy and Neil discuss this year's Chiefs and their march to the Super Bowl. The acclaimed College World Series expert joins the show to discuss the recently concluded series, and explains why the event means so much to him. And, Jeremy shares his thoughts on Bill Gildea, who also passed this week. The CEO of Xenith, a company that manufactures football equipment, including helmets, describes what they are doing to make the game safer for athletes. Writer Howard Bryant, longtime sports columnist Jerry Izenberg, baseball portrait artist Graig Kreindler and curmudgeon Norman Chad. And, he explains how there is a large Chiefs fan base in Nigeria, thanks to his time with the team. But who was the Santa in question, and why was he booed and pelted with snowballs? Jeremy talks with Dennis, a former Negro League baseball player, and his wife Patrice, about their efforts to continue to recognize the living members of the Negro Leagues. ESPN's renowned investigative reporter and TV commentator, Jeremy Schaap, takes a historical look at some of the greatest sports figures of past and present. Jeremy is joined by World Cup Champion Julie Foudy, NYT writer Ira Berkow and professional poker player Maria Konnikova. Check out the UB Bulls Football schedule! Dr. Death Season 2 Premieres on October 27th. Doug discusses the decision of Makur Maker to attend an HBCU and the potential changing of the name “Redskins." It's one of the most infamous fan stories in sports history: when Eagles fans booed Santa at halftime of a game played at Franklin Field. He is the co-host of E:60, the network’s flagship magazine show, and a host of Outside the Lines, its flagship journalism show. © 2020 Entercom Communications Corp. All rights reserved. Paul Grant. Su. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener. Jack, who covered Derek Jeter's entire career, joins Jeremy to reflect on Jeter's legacy, and how he fell just one vote shy of being a unanimous Hall of Fame selection.
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