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
Mike and Mark discuss what impact the distractions around Ray Lewis will have on the Ravens. Bengals HC Marvin Lewis, the McCourty twins, and Broncos LB Von Miller stop by.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller talks about their tough loss to Baltimore in the playoffs and the play of Joe Flacco.
Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Benglas head coach joins the show to talk about Ray Lewis' career and what the Bengals need to do next year to reach the Super Bowl.
Hill & Schlereth host the show from New Orleans. They discuss the latest surrounding Ray Lewis, the recent MLB PED reports and Cardinals' safety Kerry Rhodes joins the show.
NFL prospects Ray Graham and Kasim Green talk to Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth about the upcoming draft.
Mike and Mark host the show from New Orleans and ESPN NFL Analyst Cris Carter joins the show. Plus, they respond to President Obama's comments about the danger of the NFL.
Mike and Mark discuss the Jets possbily trading Revis, Manti Te'o's conversation with Katie Couric, plus Takeo Spikes and Darnell Dockett stop by the show.
Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth hand out their award for who needs to "Lighten Up" this week.
Mike Salk joined Mark Schlereth and they talked about JeMarcus Russell and Manti Te'o. Guests include Richard Sherman, Kirk Morrison and Qadry Ismail.
Seahawks DB Richard Sherman joined Mike Salk and Richard Sherman to talk "Trash talk" and defending Kaepernick.
Saints DB Malcolm Jenkins joined Hill and Schlereth to talk about the return of his head coach.
Mike Hill and Mark Schlereth recap the day in sports including Tim Brown's comments.
Mike and Mark break down "Coach speak" and tell us what they REALLY wanted to say...
Hall of Fame DB Rod Woodson joined Hill and Schlereth to talk about his former teammates Ray Lewis and Tim Brown.
Hill & Schlereth recap the AFC and NFC Championship games. Plus, 49ers LT Joe Staley, Former Michigan QB Denard Robinson, and Trent Dilfer join the show.