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Alongside co-host Scott Van Pelt, Ryen Russillo entertained listeners for six years with a smart, humorous, respectful and top-rated ESPN Radio show. Russillo hopes to duplicate that success with new partner Danny Kanell, who joined the network in 2010 to analyze college football after six seasons as an NFL quarterback. The "I Played, You Didn't" duo talk sports for three hours each weekday, mixing in discussions of pop culture.

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