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Hosts Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap investigate sports issues off the field. The series covers a range of sports and controversies, correspondents share inspirational or sensational stories, plus Smith and Schaap read viewer e-mails on a variety of topics.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Ryan Smith hosts Jeremy Schaap, Doug Glanville, and Emily Kaplan for the "Friday Four" to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the week.
aired 10 days ago
Ryan Smith hosts Jeremy Schaap, Jason Reid, and Don Van Natta to discuss and review the biggest and most important stories of the week.
aired 11 days ago
Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap host regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 12 days ago
Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap host regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 13 days ago
Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap host regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 17 days ago
Ryan Smith hosts Jeremy Schaap, Tisha Thompson, and Clinton Yates for the Friday Four, discussing the biggest and most important stories of the week.
aired 19 days ago
Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap host regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 20 days ago
Ryan Smith and Jeremy Schaap host regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 48 days ago
ESPN's investigative journalism show that covers all things sports-related. Clinton Yates hosts regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 49 days ago
ESPN's investigative journalism show that covers all things sports-related. Jeremy Schaap hosts regular guests to discuss the biggest and most important stories of the day.
aired 265 days ago
Ryan Smith joins Jeremy Schaap, Adnan Virk and Dianna Russini to discuss their heroes and villains of the year.
aired 265 days ago
Ryan Smith joins Jeremy Schaap, Clinton Yates and Chiney Ogwumike to discuss the biggest stories of the year.
aired 615 days ago
More than 150 women say they were sexually abused by Team U.S.A. and Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar. Today, Nassar faces the first of two sentencing hearings in Michigan for first-degree sexual misconduct.
aired 628 days ago
A look at some of the biggest stories of the year.
aired 628 days ago
A look at the best and worst of the year.
aired 628 days ago
A look at both the heroes and the villains of the year.
aired 769 days ago
Analysis of fantasy football.
aired 869 days ago
Examining daily issues with an investigative piece followed by a debate. Hosted by Bob Ley.
aired 876 days ago
Examining daily issues with an investigative piece followed by a debate. Hosted by Bob Ley.
aired 883 days ago
Examining daily issues with an investigative piece followed by a debate. Hosted by Bob Ley.
aired 890 days ago
Examining daily issues with an investigative piece followed by a debate. Hosted by Bob Ley.

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