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Weekdays from 5am – 9am
The fastest-moving sports show anywhere, “Mike & Mike in the Morning” is taking America by storm!
Hosted by nine-year NFL veteran and former Notre Dame captain Mike Golic, and SportsCenter anchor Mike Greenberg, “Mike & Mike in the Morning” is a high-energy mix of sports news, analysis, fun, and interviews with the newsy, big-name athletes, coaches, analysts, and beyond (names like Elway, Gretzky, Sosa, Ripken, Staubach, Piazza… you get the idea!)
Mike Golic is the veteran among the two Mikes, having hosted the show since its premiere. Since then, the show has added over 210 affiliates coast-to-coast. Golic joined ESPN in 1995 as an NFL reporter/analyst for Sunday NFL Countdown, and in 1998 became an original analyst for NFL2Night, a position he still holds weekday evenings on ESPN2.
This football season, Mike is also found on the college gridiron, joining Dave Barnett and Bill Curry in the broadcast booth Saturdays on ESPN2.
Golic welcomed his partner, Mike Greenberg on December 30, 1999, as “Greeny” added radio duties to his schedule of anchoring ESPNEWS, ESPN’s 24-hour sports news network, a job he has held since September 1996. Now, you can also catch him quite often on the 5:00 SportsCenter on weekday evenings.
“Mike & Mike in the Morning” really hits its stride during football season, welcoming analysts like Chris Mortensen, John Clayton, Sean Salisbury, Mel Kiper, Jr., and Mark Schlereth to their regular stable of experts.
Listeners play a major part on the program, whether commenting on the news of the day or participating in features like the interactive “Bob Picozzi Did You Knowsie” featuring Update anchor Bob Picozzi, Tuesday’s “Just Shut Up” Award, calling out the knuckleheads in the world of sports, or Mike & Mike’s “Stone Cold Lead Pipe Locks” picking winners in the NFL every Friday.
You can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the show at 1-888-SAY-ESPN.
Start your day with “Mike & Mike in the Morning” weekdays from 5-9 a.m….You’ll be caught up and revved up for the rest of the day!
Weekdays 9am – 12pm
Colin Cowherd came to ESPN Radio from Portland Oregon, where he hosted his popular radio show on KFXX and served as the sports anchor for KGW Northwest News Channel 8. With Colin’s humorous style blended with his strong opinions, his show makes for a fun and fast-paced look into topical issues of the sports world and beyond.
Colin joined ESPN Radio as host of The Herd, which is on the air 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. weekdays. The Herd features topical commentary on the day’s most important sports news, perspective on the top stories, interviews with the biggest newsmakers, and entertaining daily segments including “Spanning the Globe” and “Rants of the Day.”
Weekdays from 12pm – 3pm
Ryen Russillo (ESPN College Game Day) and Scott Van Pelt (ESPN SportsCenter and golf correspondent) discuss sporting events past, present and future on ESPN Radio SportsFan 100.5!
Weekdays from 3pm – 5pm
The Talking Cheesheads Ben Roberts, Justin Hall and Reed Roberts talk about all the things that Wisconsin Sports Fans care about. The Cheeseheads fill the afternoon with everything Packers, Badgers, Brewers and Bucks.
Weekdays from 5pm – 7pm
Every weekday, it’s the ESPN Sports Den with Downtown Ollie Burrows! Ollie talks local, state and national sports but you are the star with your opinions at 715-298-9888! Call in and let your voice be heard in the ESPN Sports Den!
Weeknights from 7pm – 9pm
Jorge Sedano joins ESPN NFL analyst and former Denver Bronco Mark “Stink” Schlereth to talk about the events and big games of the evening, with a heavy dose of listener interaction.
Weeknights from 9pm – Midnight
Freddie Coleman focuses on the big sports stories of the day, updates all the games in progress, along with the actions and reactions as it all unfolds.
All Night with Jason Smith
Jason keeps sports and talk fans entertained with guests, features, and listener emails and calls.
Saturdays from 6am – 9am
Dari and Mel kick off the weekend, as SportsCenter Anchor Dari Nowkhah and NFL Draft. Expert Mel Kiper, Jr. look at all the upcoming games, including analysis, opinion and listener calls.
Saturdays from 9am – 6am
Sundays all day and night
Monday Night End Zone / TV 9 “Pack Attack” Live local sports show on location.
Major League Baseball game of the week, MLB championships and World Series
NFL Football Sunday “double-header”, Sunday, Monday & Thursday Nights, playoffs and Super Bowl
NBA Basketball regular season games, playoffs and NBA finals
NCAA Football game of the week and B.C.S. Championship series
NCAA Basketball regular season games and NCAA “March Madness” Basketball Tournament
UWSP Men’s Hockey Live play by play of all Pointers regular and post-season games
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