The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
Parting Shot: Lefty and Old Tiger: 7/22/16
Jeremy looks at how Phil Mickelson's run at the Open Championship might have made Tiger Woods itch for his old form.
Water Polo Assault: 7/22/16
Steve Delsohn investigates an assault on a young woman during a high school water polo game and how the victim continues to play despite it.
After the Fall and T.J. Quinn: 7/22/16
Jeremy Schaap speaks with T.J. Quinn, the reporter who continues to investigate the death of Troy Causey after getting into a fight with Jonathan Turner in Dallas.
My Wish: Katie Morris: 7/22/16
Chris Connelly celebrates the 10th anniversary of My Wish on ESPN with a look back at a special story of a girl who would not quit.
Parting Shot: Ronaldo's gift of absence: 7/15/16
Jeremy looks at how Cristiano Ronaldo's injury in the EURO 2016 Final helped his country win the title.
Mike Evans and his dark past: 7/15/16
Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans opens up to Lisa Salters and E:60 about how the murder of his father by his uncle shaped him.
Jim Campanis Jr. and his new book: 7/15/16
The grandson of Al Campanis and son of Jim Campanis talks about his life in baseball and the fallout of his grandfather's appearance on Nightline.
My Wish: JJ Watt: 7/15/16
Chris Connelly kicks off the 10th year of My Wish on ESPN with a feature about a young boy with leukemia who longs to meet with Texans superstar JJ Watt.
Calvin Johnson Conversation: 7/15/16
Michael Smith caught up with Megatron months after his sudden retirement from the NFL. An E:60 conversation.
Parting Shot: France in the EURO final: 7/8/16
Jeremy talks about the importance of Les Bleus in the EURO 2016 final and what it means for the country.
Parting Shot: France in the EURO final: 7/8/16
Jeremy talks about the importance of Les Bleus in the EURO 2016 final and what it means to the country.
Seb Bellin and the Brussels tragedy: 7/8/16
International basketball player Seb Bellin was returning home to the US when he was caught in the Brussels airport bombing. Andy Katz reports for Outside the Lines.
The Puzzle Master and the Ping Pong prodigy: 7/8/16
Will Shortz, the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle, has a fascination with ping pong and houses a prodigy. Jeremy Schaap reports for SC Featured.
Video Game Addiction is real: 7/8/16
A former college wrestler loses his athletic career and so much more thanks to his addiction with video games. Will Cain reports for Outside the Lines.
Tyler Sash, a victim of CTE: 7/8/16
Former New York Giants player Tyler Sash died extremely young from complications of CTE. Steve Delsohn reports on the story for Outside the Lines.
Parting Shot: Iceland: 7/1/16
Jeremy talks about the small nation who has made it farther in EURO 2016 than many would imagine.
The Diary of Myles Thomas: 7/1/16
Douglas Alden, who created and is the executive producer of The Diary of Myles Thomas talks to Jeremy about the project, part of the Summer Reading Series
Joe Drape and American Pharaoh: 7/1/16
Horse racing writer Joe Drape talks to Jeremy about his book on American Pharaoh, part of the Summer Reading Series
Bill Walton's Long, Strange Trip: 7/1/16
Bill Walton talks to Jeremy Schaap about his new book on his life, part of the Summer Reading Series
Gary Belsky and Neil Fine: 7/1/16
Longtime newpaper writers Gary Belsky and Neil Fine tell Jeremy about the Origins of Sport in their new book, part of the Summer Reading Series
The Sporting Life: Parting Shot: 6/18/16
Jeremy Schaap praises the IAAF for banning the Russian athletes from the Olympic Games.
An Essay on O.J. Simpson and his trial: 6/17/16
Jeremy Schaap looks at the significance of the trial of O.J. Simpson.
Jake Dowell struggles with Huntington's Disease: 6/17/16
Stanley Cup winner Jake Dowell lived in fear of Huntington's Disease, a genetic disease that attacked his brother and father. Chris Connelly has this E:60 report
Whistleblowers in doping scandals: 6/17/16
T.J. Quinn investigates whistleblowers who call out doping in the sports and how lonely they can get in this Outside the Lines piece.
My Wish: Steph Curry: 6/17/16
The celebrated series is back as Chris Connelly chronicles a young twin who is surprised by the NBA MVP, and then surprises him back.
Parting Shot: Remembering Ali: 6/10/16
Jeremy Schaap reads the words of Dick Schaap when he was covering Muhammad Ali for Sport magazine around the time of the first Joe Frazier fight.
Robert Lipsyte remembers Muhammad Ali: 6/10/16
Robert Lipsyte, New York Times writer and author, knew Ali well and talked about his impact both in and outside the ring.
Jerry Izenberg remembers Muhammad Ali: 6/10/16
Longtime boxing writer Jerry Izenberg remembers what Ali did in the ring and how he transformed the sport of boxing.
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