espnW's Sarah Spain breaks down the current sports fads that annoy her the most in this fun animation.
Nov 17 1:59 PM ET
With ESPN's Fan Hall of Fame selection process in high gear, Sarah Spain introduces some folks who won't be getting honors in the first animated "That's What She Said."
Nov 17 6:00 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Michael Holley and Sarah Spain discuss Derrick Rose's latest injury, the Mavericks' defeat of the 76ers' and Jay Cutler's performance this season.
Michael Holley and Sarah Spain share their thoughts on Derrick Rose's controversial comments, whether Jay Cutler is to blame for the Bears' struggles, the Cowboys' title drought and more.
Sarah Spain joins Keith Olbermann to discuss the most recent developments in the Ray McDonald and Adrian Peterson cases, in addition to the massive on-field failures of the Chicago Bears.
Nov 11 6:55 PM ET
Keith Olbermann welcomes Sarah Spain to the show. Plus, more on Adrian Peterson's future.
Sarah Spain takes a tour around New York City as she cheers on her Team V runners and the pre- and post-race festivities.
Nov 14 12:09 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
A Cardinals fanatic finally found her match on MLB Singles, one of many dating sites that are helping pair up sports fans.
Oct 31 12:26 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Three remarkable women talk about their inspirations, challenges and what it means to be named a Toyota Everyday Hero.
Oct 10 3:13 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Ned Yost's Royals inspire Jeff Meller & Sarah Spain with their wild-card game victory
With domestic violence in the NFL, it shouldn't be all about punishment, Sarah Spain writes. Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is an example that offenders can be shown the way to change and given a reason to want to fight for that change.
Sep 22 6:13 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Kate Fagan, Melissa Isaacson and Sarah Spain discuss the current state of the NFL and changes that the league has been making in light of dealing with multiple domestic violence cases.
Sep 17 6:26 PM ET
Jemele Hill and Cari Champion examine the NFL's recent handling of violent crimes and more with Jane McManus, Kate Fagan, Sarah Spain and NOW president Terry O'Neill.
Sarah Spain joins Keith Olbermann to discuss domestic violence awareness, and public commentary on the case in the wake of the Ray Rice case.
Sep 12 2:31 PM ET
Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather is a misogynist with a long history of domestic violence -- it just hasn't been caught on video. Take a stand and boycott his fight on Saturday, Sarah Spain writes.
Sep 11 8:44 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Keith Olbermann welcomes Adam Schefter and Sarah Spain to the show. Plus, more on the fallout from the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice situation.
Michelle Grace is a defensive line coach, a fierce advocate for students and a documentary star. But she says she's not making a statement; she's doing her job.
Aug 29 2:37 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Despite talented women getting their due and touching remembrances, the awards show failed to grasp what makes this the golden era of television.
Aug 26 11:57 AM ET | By Sarah Spain
Chicago was plagued by injury and illness throughout the regular season. But all that adversity has the Sky ready for any obstacles as they prepare for their second playoff appearance in franchise history.
Aug 20 | By Sarah Spain
Amid rumors of an all-female "Ghostbusters" reboot, Sarah Spain reimagines a decade's worth of movies you know you'd be first in line to see.
Aug 15 9:38 AM ET | By Sarah Spain
That's What She Said: Sarah Spain reviews the return of "Hard Knocks" and looks for breakout performances from the Falcons.
Aug 6 1:35 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Jorge Sedano and Sarah Spain discuss the tension between Derrick Rose and the Bulls, Rodger Goodell's comments on Ray Rice and who will challenge the Eagles in the NFC East.