Show in Review

Archie GriffinGeorge Long/Getty ImagesTwo-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin prepares Mike & Mike for Saturday's presentation.

Arkansas coach Bret Bielema talks about his decision to leave Wisconsin for Arkansas and compares the schools and the conferences. Bielema says the inability to retain assistants was a major issue at Wisconsin. Bielema

ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski weighs in on the possibility of eliminating kickoffs, Robert Griffin III and praising players. Jaworski

ESPN NFL analyst Lomas Brown says he doesn't want the NFL to eliminate kickoffs. Brown

ESPN football guru Mel Kiper Jr. says he would have voted for Manti Te'o if he had a Heisman vote. Kiper says Te'o could be the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft. Kiper Jr.

ESPN NBA analyst Magic Johnson talks about Kobe Bryant in a historical perspective, Dwight Howard's struggles from the free throw line and says the Knicks are built to beat Miami. Johnson

Basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar shares his thoughts on Kobe Bryant's place in NBA history after Bryant reached 30,000 points. Abdul-Jabbar

ESPN New York 98.7 FM's Stephen A. Smith says the Knicks are moving the ball extremely well and creating their own open shots. The basketball world is on notice.

Two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin says he thinks voters are ready to vote for a defensive player or a freshman. The best player should win regardless. Griffin

• Greeny and Golic make their picks for Week 14 of the NFL season in the "Stone Cold Lead Pipe Locks." Lead Pipe Locks »


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