• ESPN Radio's Mark Schlereth discusses the successful and struggling divisions in the NFL, the criticism of Greg Schiano, Eagles-Giants, whether the hits on Jake Locker warranted fines and more. Schlereth
• ESPN Radio's Mel Kiper Jr. previews Ohio State-Northwestern and Washington-Stanford. Plus, he talks about Braxton Miller's return last weekend against Wisconsin, SEC quarterbacks' NFL prospects and more. Kiper Jr.
• Super Bowl XXXV champion Brian Billick covers Eagles-Giants, New York's offensive line, Chip Kelly's style of play, the NFC East, the Broncos' 4-0 start and more. Billick
ESPN NFL analyst Mike Ditka reflects on his football career and discusses the impact of Rob Gronkowski's injury on the Patriots, Peyton Manning's performance against the Titans, the Saints' offense and more.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn dishes on the success of his team's running game against Missouri, what contributed to the Tigers' turnaround, Nick Marshall's performance this season and more.
ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski discusses how Rob Gronkowski's injury could affect the Patriots' playoff success, the Eagles' offense, Peyton Manning's throwing style and more.
Golf legend Gary Player reacts to Nelson Mandela's death and talks about meeting Mandela, Mandela's compassion and humility, the value the former South African president placed on sports and more.
Tim Jansen, Jameis Winston's attorney, reacts to the decision not to pursue charges against Winston for sexual assault. Jansen also explains why he isn't expecting a civil lawsuit.
ESPN legal analyst Lester Munson comments on the decision not to charge Jameis Winston after a sexual assault investigation, whether a civil lawsuit will be filed and more.
Super Bowl XXXV champion Brian Billick dishes on the Seahawks' weaknesses, the state of the NFC North, Aaron Rodgers' status, Jay Cutler's value and more.
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel comments on his future, what about Auburn poses the biggest challenge for his team, the atmosphere in Columbia leading up to the weekend's matchup, transitioning to the SEC and more.