ESPN Radio: Hill and Schlereth
Summary: Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth wrap up the day's sporting news in a way you've never heard.
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- Copyright: 2012
Mark Schlereth and Danny Kanell discuss the NBA playoffs and why Mark Sanchez may have a better chance to start this season than he did yesterday.
Mike and Mark talk Tiger after his win at The Players, is he back to intimidating the field? Plus they discuss the most intimidating athletes of all time.
No show Friday so Mike and Mark move the Friday Night Party up to Thursday. Is Steph Curry the most exciting player in the NBA? Plus a blown call in MLB cost a team a win.
Former Ravens center, Matt Birk, talks about Joe Flacco's massive contract as well and going out on top and life after the NFL.
Mike and Mark talk about how to protect pitchers in baseball with former MLB manager, Manny Acta. Plus should the Jags give Tebow a shot?
Steelers safety, Ryan Clark, talks about his comments on Tom Brady seeing 'ghosts' as well as why the Steeler locker room is better than it was a year ago.
Former MLB manager and MLB Analyst, Manny Acta, talks with the guys about head protection for pitchers in baseball. Acta believes the danger is just a part of the game.
Mike and Mark talk Derrick Rose, NFL and some MLB.
Freddie Coleman fills in for Mike along side Mark Schlereth and they talk some NBA, MLB and Tim Tebow.
Mark Schlereth tries to convince Mike Hill to "face reality" when it comes to his the Knicks (with a little help from a talented P.A. at ESPN Radio)
Mike and Mark celebrate on the Friday night Party with a Mark/Carly song.
Mike and Mark talks about the Knicks and Thunder struggling. Plus they talk with new Chargers head coach, Mike McCoy.
New Chargers head coach, Mike McCoy, talks about drafting Manti Te'o, fixing Phillip Rivers, and weighs in on Tebow getting another shot in the NFL.
Mike and Mark discuss the latest issue with Geno Smith, which rookie quarterback is in the best spot to succeed, and play everyone's favorite game, Who Dat?!
Mike and Mark talk the biggest stories in sports