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A guest panel discusses sports headlines. The panel is typically made up of sports columnists and journalists such as Mike Lupica, Bob Ryan and Mitch Albom. The group weighs in with their personal opinions and predictions for upcoming events.

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aired 945 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 952 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 959 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 966 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 973 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 980 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 987 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 994 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,001 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,008 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,015 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,022 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,029 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,036 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,043 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,050 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,057 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,064 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,071 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,079 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.
aired 1,085 days ago
Sports journalists debate the biggest and most controversial sports topics of the week.

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