espnW's Sarah Spain weighs in on how Chris Paul's remarks about referee Lauren Holtkamp could be misconstrued and Patriots' Rob Ninkovich and LeGarrette Blount talk about winning Super Bowl XLIX.
Keith Olbermann welcomes Sarah Spain to the show. Plus, he talks about the Seahawks' final play call in the Super Bowl, the state of the New York Knicks and more.
Sarah Spain of espnW asked athletes and celebrities for their favorite halftime performers and their best Marshawn Lynch impressions at The ESPN Super Bowl Party.
Jun 26 4:53 PM ET
Marshawn Lynch hasn't exactly been verbose in his media sessions this week. He needs to get over himself. Most people have things they're not particularly fond of in their jobs. But, hey, they do them anyway.
Jan 31 5:00 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Sarah Spain and Prim Siripipat are live from Arizona with the latest from Super Week. Steve Weatherford joins them to play "never have I ever." Plus, Super Bowl predictions.
Jonathan Hood talks about the Bulls struggles with Nick Friedell and Super Bowl parties with Sarah Spain
It's a free-for-all for radio producers and a bonanza of strange products with stranger pitchmen and women. It's radio row at the Super Bowl.
Jan 30 11:51 AM ET | By Sarah Spain
Almost any player in Super Bowl history can remember the important plays from the game, the pain and glory of getting there... and how annoying their friends and families were in the run-up to the game.
Jan 29 1:21 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
There have been verbal jabs lobbed back and forth this week between the Seahawks and the Patriots. But at Super Bowl Media Day, both teams were virtually unanimous in thanking their moms.
Jan 29 1:22 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
espnW's Sarah Spain shares her thoughts on what Ernie Banks meant to Chicago, the city's reaction to Banks' death and his enthusiasm for the Cubs.
Sarah Spain and Prim Siripipat share their thoughts on Deflategate, preview the Super Bowl and react to the death of Ernie Banks. Plus, Ramona Shelburne joins the show.
Sarah Spain of espnW talks about her memories of beloved Hall of Famer "Mr. Cub" Ernie Banks, who died at age 83 in Chicago.
Jun 26 3:02 PM ET
Two NFL divisional playoff games and the most fun awards show of the season? Count Sarah Spain in! She offers up her third Golden Globes/Divisional Playoff Day Awards -- the GGDPDAs.
Jan 12 12:43 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Sarah Spain looks back at a year that offered a lot more cheer than you might think.
Dec 23 3:48 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Michael Smith and Sarah Spain discuss Peyton Manning's poor outing against the Bengals and Jim Harbaugh's future. Plus, Basketball Hall of Famer Bernard King joins His & Hers.
With successful musician parents and brothers, it's easy to see where Chicago forward Ben Smith gets his drive to perform.
Dec 22 3:20 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Walking every day since April, Mike Viti honors service members killed in action since 9/11. At Saturday's Army-Navy football game his journey will end, but the cause, he hopes, is only beginning.
Dec 12 4:38 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is one of the NFL's most admirable men, and the league sure could use him on the field.
Nov 21 4:59 PM ET | By Sarah Spain
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.
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.
Dec 4 10:23 AM ET | By Sarah Spain