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"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.

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aired 934 days ago
"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.
aired 935 days ago
"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.
aired 936 days ago
"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.
aired 937 days ago
"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.
aired 938 days ago
"The Jim Rome Show" is live from radio row for Super Bowl LI.

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Hosted by Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg, this weekday morning broadcast takes viewers inside their sports talk radio show. The simulcast features interviews, breaking news, analysis and opinion. Mike and Mike have been broadcasting their morning-drive show since January 2000, and four years later it began airing on television.
Outspoken sports radio host Jim Rome, who has previously hosted TV shows on Fox Sports Net and ESPN, brings his often-controversial takes to Showtime with this series -- which began as a monthly show before expanding to a weekly format in its fourth season -- that showcases his provocative opinions on the latest sports stories and interviews with sports figures. The hourlong program, part of Rome's overall deal with Showtime corporate sibling CBS Sports, also includes in-depth features and profiles of influential people in the sports and entertainment industries.
ESPN's morning show features hosts Mike Greenberg and Jalen Rose opining about and analyzing the latest news from the world of sports, oftentimes with rotating guest hosts and analysts joining the duo. The two-hour, personality-driven show originates from Manhattan's South Street Seaport, a locale that attracts high-profile guests. Greenberg, aka "Greeny," is formerly one-half of ESPN Radio's longtime "Mike & Mike" morning show, and former NBA player Rose joined ESPN as a commentator in 2007.