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 talk Suh's reputation and the 49ers QB decision.
Freddie Coleman fills in for Mike Hill. Mark and Freddie talk with Ben Watson, Browns TE about what it's like playing against the Cowboys this year.
John Kincade fills in and has a problem with Big 10's moves of getting Rutgers and Maryland. John also tells us who he thinks should start at QB for the 49ers.
John Kincade fills in for Mike Hill and Mark and John discuss a lot of NFL and College football
Mike & Mark react to Jets players anonymously ripping Tim Tebow plus, Herm Edwards and Ravens TE Dennis Pitta join the show.
Ravens TE Dennis Pitta tells Hill & Schlereth how the team will prepare for the Steelers this week and whether or not he expects to see Ray Lewis back in uniform this season.
Mike & Mark discuss the potential fire sale of the Miami Marlins plus Chris Ivory, Marcus Trufant, and Jamal Crawford join the show.
Jamal Crawford tells us what he thought about the Lakers hiring Mike D'Antoni over Phil Jackson and his team's expectations this season.
Chris Ivory tells Hill & Schlereth what made the Saints feel as if they could turn the season around after an 0-4 start.
Marcus Trufant tells us his expectations of his rookie quarterback prior to the season and what he thought of the Jets performance this weekend.
Mike and Mark play another edition of everyon'es favorite game WHAT HE REALLY WANTED TO SAY!
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney talks about the ramifications of the latest Marlins' fire sale. Olney expects the deal with the Jays to be approved.
Mike & Mark give their NFL Power Rankings plus ESPN NBA Analyst Flip Saunders tells the guys why Phil Jackson should have been a no-brainer for the Lakers.
Mike and Mark consider if the Cowboys will win another Super Bowl with Jerry Jones as the owner and GM.
Mike and Mark discuss which NFL player's brother crossed the line and what the state of sports in four years will be. Plus, ESPN's Jason Taylor and John Clayton join the show.