Scott Van Pelt, the popular SportsCenter anchor and former ESPN Radio host will present a weekly show that will include long-form interviews, commentary and expanded takes on his "One Big Thing" segment on SportsCenter. SVP will take deep dives with guests and topics in an entertaining way that only…
SVP and Stanford Steve react to Clay Helton being fired and what the future holds for USC. A recap of the NFL including why it's a pain to play the Chiefs, Buffalo's week 1 struggles, rookie QBs and more. And, Here's What I Hate has SVP telling a fan base to calm down and play some Earth, Wind and Fire
SVP and Stanford Steve chat about Chick-fil-A, the Bucks winning the NBA Finals, swim life in the DMV & Conference Expansion. Plus, Collin Morikawa joins the podcast to chat about his win at The Open Championship, changes he made to win, drinking out of the Claret Jug & more
SVP and Stanford Steve chat about MLB's problem with pitchers doctoring baseballs. The impact fans are having on sports, especially in college baseball. A look at the NBA Playoffs and what to expect going forward. Plus, some parenting advice and what color is American cheese. Finally, Stu Feiner joins the podcast to talk about mulch, the Islanders and gambling.
SVP & Stanford Steve chat about Steve’s trip to Camden Yards with his 3 daughters on Monday. Then, the Clippers are coming alive thanks to SVP, Dame Lillard is on fire and can the Bucks hang with the Nets. Plus, a look at the relationship between the media and athletes. Finally, Scott on the Spot and Here’s What I Hate.
SVP is at the PGA Championship and after walking the course, it could be a long weekend for golfers if course conditions stay the way they are. Players like Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth and others met with the media to discuss the course and you'll hear what they had to say. Plus, it could be tough for SVP this week having to wake up and be on the air at 7am
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst as they discuss the state of the NBA and problems they are facing because of COVID, tanking, resting and much more. Plus, Stanford Steve has some parenting questions for Scott. And, Here’s What I Hate.
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by The Undefeated’s Jesse Washington who co-wrote with John Thompson on his autobiography. They chat about Jesse gaining John Thompson’s trust, Allen Iverson, Patrick Ewing and much, much more. Plus, SVP and Steve chat about finally getting a NCAA Tournament after losing it last year and they take a look at the bracket. And, Steve has a bone to pick with construction on college campuses.
March 11, 2020 is the day the sports world stopped. On that night, Scott Van Pelt hosted SportsCenter as the world changed and joining him on this episode are the people who were a part of that night. Adrian Wojnarowski, Royce Young and Malika Andrews all joined SVP that night to report on what was going on in the NBA. Behind the scene was Marco Alfandary (producer) and Joe Iuliano (director) as they helped guide SVP through that historical night. Those five people along with SVP take a look back at a night they will never forget
Fresh off his WGC victory, Collin Morikawa joins SVP and Stanford Steve to talk about his win, playing after Tiger Woods’ accident, what he’s done with his winnings and much more. Plus, Steve thinks Phil Martelli is getting too much air time. Meanwhile, SVP has a beef with traffic cameras
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by Iowa’s Luka Garza who leads the country in scoring. Garza chats about what it was like going from D.C to Iowa, playing for Fran McCaffery, returning for his senior season & more. Plus, a new feature that has Steve yelling about Roundball Rock and Scott going off on college basketball’s Net Ranking
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by Ohio State head coach Chris Holtmann as they talk about dealing with COVID protocols, how tough the Big Ten is, paying attention to rankings & more. Plus, should teams sit out of the conference tournament, things kids talk about and SVP’s daughter running a home gym
SVP and Stanford Steve breakdown the Super Bowl as Tom Brady won his 7th Super Bowl but don’t talk about GOAT status around Steve. The guys also get into the impressive performance by Tampa Bay and what went wrong with Kansas City. Why Otis the dog needs protection when he goes outside. March Madness is around the corner but the status of conference tournaments is still up in the air. Finally, the guys chat about the weather and SVP has Valentine’s Day advice.
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by Jeff Saturday as he goes down memory lane discussing what it was like to finally beat the Patriots, preparing for the Super Bowl, celebrating with his family & more. Stanford Steve talks about going on a recruiting visit at UNC and his host was none other than Jeff Saturday. Plus, SVP has a Super Bowl story about Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Tirico and himself.
SVP and Stanford Steve talk about Bills Mafia, Andy Reid’s masks, if Aaron Rodgers is in the matrix and more from the NFL playoffs. Plus, Tennessee Volunteer fans need to get a grip on expectations. Finally, Scott on the Spot and Steve tries to fix the PGA, NASCAR and college basketball
SVP and Stanford Steve discuss Alabama’s impressive National Championship and the football factory that Nick Saban has created. Plus, Alabama was clearly the best team but college football has a problem and the system needs to be fixed. And, the guys preview this weekend’s playoff games that includes talk about squals, why Steve hates the Saints, Buffalo geography & more
SVP and Stanford Steve discuss the Giants being upset with the Eagles and why they need to calm down and maybe get new uniforms. Plus, the state of Ohio might be drunk and will continue to be drunk with the Browns in the playoffs and OSU in the national championship. The guys also preview the NFL Playoffs and try to draft a daily fantasy team for the playoffs….it didn’t go well
Americans woke up on March 11 2020 in one reality and, by the time they went to sleep that night, they were living with a new one. Hear the story of the day everything changed — the day the NBA shut down and the pandemic became real — as told by those who lived it.
SVP and Stanford Steve discuss what exactly happened with Lamar Jackson last night, pitchy pitchy woo woo & the bad beat on MNF. Plus, country superstar Luke Combs joins the podcast to discuss going from bouncer to singer, how he got his first hit, friendly wagers and more.
SVP and Stanford Steve start off this episode with a little Christmas karaoke. Next, they get into a discussion about Duke basketball being the most hated team in sports. Then, they get into the latest NFL news and Stanford Steve shares some CFB bowl stories from his playing days.
SVP and Stanford Steve are joined by Pittsburgh Steelers’ Bud Dupree as he talks about the rivalry with the Ravens, what an undefeated season means, Big Blue Nation & more. Plus, The Thanksgiving week isn’t the same without all the college basketball tournaments.
SVP and Stanford Steve discuss the problems they have with the NBA Draft and how an awkward selfie improved SVP’s night. Plus, the Pac-12 made a good decision and will allow teams to play non-conference games. Finally, Scott on the Spot that includes speeding tickets, Tito’s, soup power rankings & more
SVP is joined by ESPN’s Tim Legler as they discuss the art of using a touchscreen and the performance John King had Tuesday night. Plus, SVP and Stanford Steve have issues hitting their heads on things and being bald isn’t helping. Finally, Scott on the Spot.
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by actor/comedian Joel McHale as he talks about hosting ABC’s Card Sharks, being mistaken for Daniel Tosh, walking on the football team at Washington & more. Plus, Scott on the Spot that includes the Big Ten, Poop Town and Lyman Orchards.
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by Houston Cougars’ HC Dana Holgorsen as they discuss dealing with COVID-19 protocols, high powered offenses, his wardrobe & more. Plus, Steve talks about things he doesn’t understand including fireworks and red lights in D.C
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss exactly how football square pools work because for some reason SVP always messes it up. The two talk about what they miss the most about Connecticut and are looking for assistance to fix this problem. Plus, the college football season feels weird, the Steelers look good and Aaron Rodgers is on fire & more.
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by Spencer Hall who will be on SEC Network’s Thinking Out Loud this year as they discuss milk, feeling bad for Missouri, missing out on tailgating and more. Then, Scott & Steve discuss all the injuries going on in the NFL and the impact fantasy football has had on how fans handle players getting injured. Finally, Scott on the Spot.
SVP & Stanford Steve discuss what happened this past week in college football and the impact contact tracing is having on teams. Then, the two discuss if the NFL games seemed flat without fans in attendance and how the NFL always seems to win. Plus, Scott on the Spot that includes Maryland’s state flag, chocolate and peanut butter, 100 Grand candy bars, drafting fantasy teams & more
SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by the new voice of Monday Night Football, Steve Levy. The guys discuss what it’s going to be like when he hears the iconic MNF music, working with Brian Griese & Louis Riddick, what it will be like calling games in empty stadiums & more. Plus, Scott on the Spot….AFC Edition
SVP & Stanford Steve are back and officially living in Maryland. The guys discuss their new studio in D.C and things that will make Scott happy including a Chipotle that’s six minutes away, a fridge for his Diet Cokes and he has an office. Next, they talk about the mess going on in college football and compare it when their kids keep asking for something and the answer never changes. Charlie interrupts the podcast screaming but Scott isn’t sure what’s going on and then they get back in to what the future holds for the conferences who are still planning on playing this fall. Finally, Scott on the Spot