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. Conversations with his guests range from the profoundly serious to the wildly ridiculous in a podcast that is guaranteed to inform the listener.
The Sporting Life: Finale (for now)
Jeremy is joined be Bernie Kosar, Teddy Atlas, Terence Moore, Howard Bryant, Nancy Lieberman and Dan Le Batard on his final live show.
Hour 1: The Sporting Life
Jeremy is joined by ESPN Senior Writer Ryan McGee, who talks about his new book "Sidelines and Bloodlines: A Father, His Sons, and Our Life in College Football". Christopher Clarey of the NY Times joins the show to discuss the US Open, and former USC FB Sam Cunningham talks about the 50th anniversary of the USC/Alabama football game and the social impacts of the game.
The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
Jeremy discusses the ongoing fight for racial equality with ESPN Senior Writer Howard Bryant. 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.
Hour 1 The Sporting Life
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.
The Sporting Life August 30th 2020
We listen to Buster Olney's E:60 piece on Mets 1B Pete Alonso, the discuss Alonso's rise with Buster. Jeremy also talks to Olympic Track and Field great Charlie Moore about his career, and the perspective he has on life after being diagnosed with a terminal illness.
TSL: Finebaum, Kezirian, Spears & Blyn
Jeremy is joined this week by renowned college football commentator Paul Finebaum to talk about one of the most monumental weeks in the history of the sport. Plus, Doug Kezirian joins the show to discuss the impact that COVID has had on the sports gambling industry. And, an ESPN Insider located inside the NBA bubble in Orlando, Marc J. Spears talks with Jeremy about what it’s like living and working on the inside.Finally, the VP of Audience and Content Insights at ESPN Barry Blyn discusses some of the biggest takeaways from a recent survey of sports fans that addressed the intersection of sports and social justice, as well as the return of sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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I love how the show celebrates the uncelebrated and focuses on quality journalism in a time where that's lacking. This podcast covers the serious, like the Michigan St. story, to the absurd, like the Nathan's Hot Dog Contest. Well done ESPN.