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Thursday, October 4, 2012
Show in review


SVP and Russillo
Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo warmly welcome you to "SVP & Russillo" on ESPN Radio.

On Thursday's show, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo made their long awaited announcement that the show will now be called "SVP & Russillo," reacted to the firing of Bobby Valentine and previewed the weekend slate in the NFL and in college. Check out the best highlights of the show below!

Major announcement! - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo talk about the show changing its name from "The Scott Van Pelt Show" to "SVP & Russillo." Listen

One Big Thing - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo Explain why the show's name has been changed to "SVP & Russillo" and go through the show's timeline to explain how it got to this point. Listen

End of an error - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss the breaking news of Bobby Valentine's firing in Boston and talk about Miguel Cabrera's triple crown and debate if he should win AL MVP. Listen

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen talks about the Mountaineers incredibly potent offense, the skill of Quarterback and Heisman frontrunner Geno Smith and his team's game against Texas this weekend. Listen

ESPN college football analyst David Pollack breaks down the most exciting games of the weekend, if USC is on upset alert against Utah and much more. Listen

ESPN NFL analyst Jerry Rice weighs in on Thursday night's game between the Cardinals and Rams, who he feels are the best wide receivers in the league and much more. Listen

Pro Football Weekly's Eric Edholm breaks down Thursday night's game between the Rams and Cardinals, weighs in on which backup quarterbacks could be starters sometime soon, forecasts the weekend's best games and much more. Listen

ESPN the Magazine's Chad Millman discusses the latest issue of the magazine, the merits of Washington, D.C. as a sports town and who he believes should be the AL MVP in light of Miguel Cabrera winning the triple crown. Listen

ESPN NASCAR analyst Rusty Wallace talks about this weekend's race at Talladega, the progression of Brad Keselowski and more. Listen