Tony Reali hosts a fun, irreverent half hour of discussion and debate on sports-related topics. Reali chooses the topics and gives each of the panelists, sports writers from major ... See full summary »
SportsNation is a daily sports-related program based on one of ESPN's web pages. Topics discussed are suggested by fans through the website's forums, polls, emails and tweets. Viewers ... See full summary »
The program was broadcast Monday-Friday, 6am-10am, eastern time. In 2001 it began airing on ESPN Radio only. Simulcasting on cable TV began on ESPNews in 2004 and was shifted to to ESPN2 2006. If the show was preempted by a sporting event, it aired on ESPNews. See more »
Whether you just listen or watch, this show is incredible. Mike Golic and Mike Greenburg play off of each other so well. Their arguments are interesting yet honest, and they have a good understanding of everything they talk about. Each day, they have several guests on the show, all big names with lots to stay. They're funny without being desperate and all laughs come naturally. The interaction through emails is refreshing, and it is not difficult to sit for hours to listen to these two men talk. Whether it's Greenburg making fun of Golic for his weight or Greenburg cracking on himself for being feminine, everything they do is done in positive ways. There is a certain familiarity to the show once you watch it enough, and you feel like you know them. They make you feel comfortable, and by bringing up the same jokes again and again, you feel almost included in the show.
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