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Sportswriter-turned-TV personality Skip Bayless knows a thing or two about sports debates after participating in them for more than a decade at a competing network's morning show. Now at FS1, he gets top billing on "Skip and Shannon: Undisputed," a daily show that sees Bayless offering his hot takes on the latest sports news opposite Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Shannon Sharpe, who expands his horizons beyond just pigskin. Joy Taylor moderates and must keep things under control when the debates get heated.

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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
aired 16 days ago
Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
aired 18 days ago
Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
aired 19 days ago
Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
aired 24 days ago
Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
aired 25 days ago
Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.
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Skip and Shannon give their unfiltered, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day.

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