Edwin Moses

Show # 38
May 30 – June 5

One of our greatest Olympians, Edwin is a two-time gold medalist in the 400 meters, the winner of 107 consecutive finals, and a leader in the Olympic anti-doping effort.

Simon Pagenaud

Show # 37
May 23 – 29

The 2019 Indianapolis 500 champion is one of racing’s most consistent and exciting performers in both Indy Car and Formula One.

Doug Flutie

Show # 36
May 16 – 22

A Heisman Trophy winner, three-time Canadian Football Grey Cup champion and MVP, Doug was also a NFL Pro Bowler and Comeback Player of the Year.

Scott Stevens

Show # 35
May 9 – 15

A Stanley Cup MVP and first-ballot Hockey Hall of Famer, Scott was an intensely physical and highly skilled player and is now the NHL’s top TV analyst.

Joe Namath

Show # 34
May 2 – 8

After leading Alabama to a national championship, Joe set professional football on fire with his Super Bowl MVP performance and victory over the heavily favored Johnny Unitas-led Colts.

Anthony Muñoz

Show # 33
April 25 – May 1

After catapulting his USC team to a stunning Rose Bowl victory and a College World Series championship, Anthony became the best offensive lineman in NFL history.

Tiki Barber

Show # 32
April 18 – 24

The New York Giants’ greatest running back all-time, and one of its best receivers, is the author of eight books and a national media star.

Adam Rippon

Show # 31
April 11 – 17

Author of a new national best-selling autobiography, Adam is an Olympic medalist, U.S. national figure skating and Season 26 Dancing with the Stars champion.  Known for his signature move, the Rippon Lutz, Adam was also a three-time World Juniors champion, who appears in a 2019 Taylor Swift music video.

Larry Holmes with Thomas Hauser

Show # 30
April 4 – 10

The undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, who won 48 consecutive bouts, joins boxing’s top writer and Pulitzer Prize nominee Thomas Hauser.

Billie Jean King

Show # 29
March 28 – April 3

Presidential Medal of Freedom winner and Time Person of the Year, Billie Jean crushed Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes and won ten Wimbledon, one French Open, two Australian Open and five U.S. Open singles titles in her Hall of Fame career.

Jeff Bagwell

Show # 28
March 21 – 27

A Hall of Famer, NL MVP, Gold Glover, Rookie of the Year, and three-time Silver Slugger, Jeff is the only Major Leaguer to reach 30 homes runs, 100 RBI, 100 runs scored, and 100 bases on balls in six consecutive seasons.

John Smoltz

Show # 27
March 14 – 20

A first ballot Hall of Famer, Cy Young Award winner, and eight-time All-Star, John is baseball’s star analyst on Fox and the MLB network.

Brian Boitano

Show # 26
March 7 – 13

An Olympic gold medalist and two-time world champion, Brian is a South Park legend and one of the all-time great Winter Olympians.

Rob Manfred

Show # 25
February 29 – March 6

The Commissioner of Major League Baseball discusses the state of the game, as the 2020 season approaches.

Miracle on Ice

Show # 24
February 22 – 28

Forty years ago, the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Miracle on Ice at the Lake Placid Winter Olympics on its way to a gold medal win over Finland.  Craig Patrick and Jim Craig share the excitement.

Adam Silver

Show # 23
February 15 – 21

The NBA’s much celebrated Commissioner, and one of the most powerful figures in sports, is our special guest for NBA All-Star Weekend.

George Will

Show # 22
February 8 – 14

America’s most influential journalist and a Pulitzer Prize winner, George talks baseball with Boomer. His baseball epic, Men at Work, was a #1 New York Times best-seller for 14 consecutive weeks.

Phil Simms

Show # 21
February 1 – 7

An NFL Most Valuable Player and two-time Super Bowl champion, Phil was Bill Walsh’s preference, over Joe Montana, but the New York Giants picked Phil, first, where he threw for more than 33,000 yards.

Roger Goodell

Show # 20
January 25 – 31

The NFL Commissioner is sports’ most powerful personality, who captained Bronxville High’s football, basketball and baseball teams and is now charting an exciting path for the NFL’s next 100 years.

Marshall Faulk

Show # 19
January 18 – 24

A three-time First-Team All-American, and the only NFL player to rush for more than 12,000 yards and receive for more than 6,000 yards, Marshall was a three-time NFL Offensive Player of the Year. 

Brandt Snedeker

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Show # 18
January 11 – 17

A FedEx Cup champion, PGA Rookie of the Year, and winner the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship, Brandt is one of the most popular players on the Tour, and shot the 10th sub-60 round in PGA history.

Jim Craig

Show # 17
January 4 – 10

Jim co-created the Gold Medal Miracle on Ice at Lake Placid in the 1980 Winter Olympics, stopping 36 of 39 shots on goal from the feared Soviet team, en route to a stunning 4-3 U.S. victory.

Katelyn Ohashi

Show # 16
December 28 – January 3

A six-time All-American gymnast at UCLA, junior national champion and winner of the American Cup, Katelyn scored a perfect 10 score at the 2019 Collegiate Challenge, the fourth of her career.

Bill Cowher

Show # 15
December 21 – 27

A two-time Sporting News NFL Coach of the Year, AP Coach of the Year, a Super Bowl champion and a four-time Pro Bowl head coach, Bill co-stars on CBS’s The NFL Today.

Gerry Cooney with Thomas Hauser

Show # 14
December 14 – 20

The Ex-Number One heavyweight contender, the author of Gentleman Gerry, is joined by boxing’s most celebrated writer, whose new book is The Dangerous Journey.

Phil Simms

Show # 13
December 7 – 13

An NFL Most Valuable Player and two-time Super Bowl champion, Phil was Bill Walsh’s preference, over Joe Montana, but the New York Giants picked Phil, first, where he threw for more than 33,000 yards.

Joe Namath

Show # 12
November 30 – December 6
Joe remains football’s most popular player, who led Alabama to a national football championship and did the same for the Jets in Super Bowl III, where he was named the game’s MVP in a historic upset of Johnny Unitas’s Baltimore Colts.  Paul Bryant considered Joe the greatest athlete he ever coached, and he’s enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

Bruce Smith

Show # 11
November 23 – 29
Arguably football’s best defensive player in NCAA and NFL history, Bruce was a two-time First-Team All-American, before making a record 200 NFL sacks and 1,125 tackles, earning three NFL defensive Player of the Year titles and eleven Pro Bowl appearances on his way to his first ballot entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Mike Richter with Patrick Kelly

Show # 10
November 16 – 22
Broadly considered to be the best American born goaltender of all-time and and one of hockey’s most strategic thinkers, Mike led his New York Rangers to a Stanley Cup Championship and is a member of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. An Olympic silver medalist, Mike won the Lester Patrick Award was the an NHL All-Star Game MVP. Mike is joined by hockey icon Patrick Kelly, one of the founders and first commissioners of the East Coast Hockey League and the former head coach of the Colorado Rockies.

Simon Pagenaud

Show # 9
November 9 – 15 
Simon won the American LeMans series in 2010, before being named IndyCar Rookie of the year in 2012.  Over Memorial Day weekend in 2019, he became the first Frenchman since Gaston Chevrolet in 1920 to win the Indianapolis 500, winning from the pole sitting position.

Mark Messier

Show # 8
November 2 – 8
One of the greatest hockey players of all-time, Mark was a fifteen-time NHL All-Star, a two-time Hart Trophy winner as the NHL’s MVP and a six-time Stanley Cup Champion.  Revered for his clutch play and teamwork, Messier is an Officer of the Order of Canada and a three-time Canada Cup Gold Medalist.

Keith Hernandez with Ron Darling

Show # 7 
October 26 – November 1 
Keith was the greatest defensive first baseman of all-time, a National League MVP and two-time World Series champion.  Ron authored the greatest pitching performance in NCAA history, before joining the Mets, where he was a World Series champion, Gold Glove winner and All-Star.  Now, Keith and Ron are the best broadcast duo in Major League Baseball.

Adam Rippon

Show # 6
October 19 – 25
Author of a new national best-selling autobiography, Adam is an Olympic medalist, U.S. national figure skating and Season 26 Dancing with the Stars champion.  Known for his signature move, the Rippon Lutz, Adam was also a three-time World Juniors champion, who appears in a 2019 Taylor Swift music video.

Bruce Smith

Show # 5
October 12 – 18
Arguably football’s best defensive player in NCAA and NFL history, Bruce was a two-time First-Team All-American, before making a record 200 NFL sacks and 1,125 tackles, earning three NFL defensive Player of the Year titles and eleven Pro Bowl appearances on his way to his first ballot entry into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Torey Lovullo

Show # 4
October 5 – 11
2017 National League Manager of the Year and 2013 World Series champion, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Torey Lovullo, is joined by former MLB All-Star catcher and Diamondbacks’ manager, Bob Brenly, who led Arizona to an upset World Series win over the Yankees in 2001 and is now the team’s lead TV analyst.

Nadia Comaneci

Show # 3
September 28 – October 4
One of the greatest athletes of the 20th Century, Nadia is the first gymnast to be awarded a perfect 10.0, which she matched six more times on her way to five Olympic gold medals, three silvers and one bronze.  Nadia and her husband, U.S. gold medalist Bart Conner, remain leaders in world gymnastics, while Nadia has many roles, including honorary consul general for Romania.

Joe Namath

Show # 2
September 21 – 27
Joe remains football’s most popular player, who led Alabama to a national football championship and did the same for the Jets in Super Bowl III, where he was named the game’s MVP in a historic upset of Johnny Unitas’s Baltimore Colts.  Paul Bryant considered Joe the greatest athlete he ever coached, and he’s enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton.

Billie Jean King

Show # 1
September 14 – 20
Presidential Medal of Freedom winner and Time Person of the Year, Billie Jean crushed Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes and won ten Wimbledon, one French Open, two Australian Open and five U.S. Open singles titles in her Hall of Fame career.