Scott Van Pelt, the popular SportsCenter anchor and former ESPN Radio host will present a weekly show that will include long-form interviews, commentary and expanded takes on his "One Big Thing" segment on SportsCenter. SVP will take deep dives with guests and topics in an entertaining way that only he can. Stanford Steve, host of Stanford Steve & the Bear podcast and a producer on SVP's SportsCenter, will be involved, as always.
SVP chats with 4x PGA Tour winner Chris Kirk who had his first victory on the Korn Ferry Tour last week after stepping away from golf for more than a year to deal with alcohol and depression issues. Chris talks about when he realized he needed help and what the road to recovery was like. Plus, what it's like to love the game of golf again and the feeling he had when he won last week.
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss the idea of team sports returning, how teams will manage if they have players test positive for COVID-19 and the idea of next man up. Plus, the PGA Tour returns this week and the guys pick who their favorite is to win. And, Scott on the Spot
SVP & Stanford Steve chat with Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson about how long it will take players to get back into skating shape, an asterisk on the season, Ovi asking for ketchup with his pasta & more. Plus, Scott on the Spot.
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss how promising things are looking for sports to return but also the impact this pandemic has done for recruiting and they chat with Nick Saban. Plus, Scott chats with Phil Mickelson to preview his upcoming charity match with Tom Brady against Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning. And, Steve found a house, synonyms for the word curious & Scott on the Spot
SVP gets into the Last Dance with Charles Barkley to chat about the 1993 NBA Finals. Then, Michael Wilbon and Jackie MacMullan join the show to discuss MJ walking away from the game and how he used grudges to motivate himself. Plus, Stanford Steve puts Scott on the Spot
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss Dennis Rodman taking a mid-season vacation to Vegas, the Pistons not shaking hands with the Bulls after losing & what to expect going forward with The Last Dance. And, Scott yells at Stanford Steve & Big Cat over NCAA14. Plus, conversations with John Salley, Michael Wilbon & Jackie MacMullan.
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss what life has been like at home and why April 22nd was Scott's breaking point. Then, how high is too high to do an interview with the Beastie Boys. Then the guys get into The Last Dance, NFL Draft & Scott on the Spot
SVP and Stanford Steve discuss how things have been during the quarantine, which has included lots Paw Patrol and trying to play NCAA14. Plus, professional golfer Justin Thomas crashed the recording and did it without a shirt on to talk about how things have been without tournaments.
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss what the last week has been like without sports including how disappointing it is to not have the NCAA Tournament. Plus, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self joins the guys to talk about having their season cut short and what he's been up to the past week
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by former Maryland Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos as they talk about Maryland's National Championship in 2002, scouting Paul Pierce, his game plan against Steph Curry, gambling, trips to France and more. Plus, Scott on the Spot including how many times SVP said "Let's Go" at GameDay on Saturday.
SVP talks about being a bachelor this weekend with his family on vacation, a credential mishap and winning a bet against Tiger Woods. Plus, Gonzaga head coach Mark Few on his career and what he is seeing from his team this year.
SVP goes off on the "win probability" in the Super Bowl and has no idea who is good in college basketball but loves KenPom right now. Plus, SVP and Stanford Steve discuss the bar scene at Maryland and Stanford and we have a new feature
SVP is finally joined by Stanford Steve after missing week 1 and the two react to Championship Weekend in the NFL. Plus, Raheem Mostert had a historical NFC Championship Game and he joins the guys to chat about the up and down path he had to take to get to Sunday (13:30). Later, things get a little awkward when Stugotz calls in (31:30). Finally, Joe Buck chats about how he will know if he did a good job calling the Super Bowl and how Jim Nantz made his family cry happy tears (33:00).
SVP hears from Matthew McConaughey who promotes his new movie, Tiger Woods who talks about his short game, Big Cat who is hurting from the title game & Tony Kornheiser welcomes Scott to DC. Plus, Scott goes down memory lane talking about gambling in New Orleans.
Scott Van Pelt, the popular SportsCenter anchor and former ESPN Radio host will present a weekly show that will include long-form interviews, commentary and expanded takes on his "One Big Thing" segment on SportsCenter.
SVP & Russillo has relaunched as a podcast. SportsCenter's Scott Van Pelt has reunited with his former radio co-host and ESPN personality Ryen Russillo where they discuss what's on their minds in the sports world, give listeners advice, talk with athletes and just have lot of fun. Who leads the show? Will Ryen create a new feature that others will soon steal? Can SVP book big name guests? Tune in and find out.