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Jason Fitz

Sarah Spain

Sarah Spain is a columnist for espnW, a SportsCenter reporter, host of the “That’s What She Said” podcast and co-host of espnW Presents: The Trifecta, airing Saturdays 12 – 3 p.m. ET on ESPN Radio. Since joining ESPN in 2010 Spain has also contributed to other programs and platforms at the company, including The Dan Le Batard Show, Russillo & Kanell, His & Hers and Olbermann.

Prior to joining ESPN, Spain wrote a popular sports blog on, acted as a recurring guest-host of ChicagoNow radio on WGN AM-720 and was a freelance writer for the Chicago Tribune Red Eye. Sarah also did some sideline reporting for the Big Ten Network and hosted the Coors Light Fantasy Players Minute, an online fantasy football show.

Spain received a bachelor’s degree in English in 2002 from Cornell University, where she competed as a heptathlete and served as the co-captain of the track & field team.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 05:00pm - 08:00pm Spain and Fitz
Tuesday 05:00pm - 08:00pm Spain and Fitz
Wednesday 05:00pm - 08:00pm Spain and Fitz
Thursday 05:00pm - 08:00pm Spain and Fitz
Friday 05:00pm - 08:00pm Spain and Fitz

Andy Austin

Will Cain

Will Cain joined ESPN in March 2015 as a contributor whose work appears across the company’s various platforms. Primarily working with ESPN’s Features Unit and E:60, many of his reports include written companion pieces for ESPN The Magazine or, and appearances on ESPN Radio programming. Cain also shares his opinions on ESPN debate shows such as First Take and His & Hers.

Prior to joining ESPN, Cain served as political analyst for CNN and The Blaze. At CNN he co-hosted Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien and In the Arena with Eliot Spitzer. At The Blaze he hosted Real News, Cain and Cupp, and The Cain Conversation (2015), presenting the day’s most influential leaders in business (Gary Vaynerchuck), news (Geraldo Rivera), film (Paul Sorvino), and music (Markey Ramone, Charlie Daniels) through a series of intimate, in-depth hour-long interviews. Cain also produced a documentary mini-series Alise vs. the Mayor (2014), exposing New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s attempts to curb charter schools.

Before entering television, Cain financed, bought, and sold two digital and print media companies, Quince Media, a Hispanic media company, and Cain Communications, a community newspaper group publishing newspapers and websites in four communities outside of Dallas. His work with Quince Media earned him recognition as one of the “40 Most Influential People in the Magazine Industry” by Folio in 2007, while his acquisition and expansion of Cain Communications placed him among the Texas Press Association’s “20 Under 40”.

Cain has served as a contributor for the National Review, guest hosted ABC’s The View and MSNBC’s Way Too Early. He has appeared on Fox News, MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher.

A licensed attorney in Texas, Cain resides in New York City.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 02:00pm - 05:00pm The Will Cain Show
Tuesday 02:00pm - 05:00pm The Will Cain Show
Wednesday 02:00pm - 05:00pm The Will Cain Show
Thursday 02:00pm - 05:00pm The Will Cain Show
Friday 02:00pm - 05:00pm The Will Cain Show

Stephen A. Smith

Stephen A. Smith, along with Max Kellerman, is a featured commentator on ESPN’s First Take weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. ET, discussing and debating the sports topics of the day. He joined First Take on a permanent basis in 2012.

In September 2014, Smith began hosting the daily Stephen A. Smith Show on SiriusXM’s Mad Dog Sports Radio. The two-hour show is produced and broadcast from ESPN Audio’s headquarters in Bristol, Conn.

From 2011 until 2014, Smith hosted a two-hour (1-3 p.m.), weekday local show on ESPN Radio 98.7FM in New York. For one year, starting in 2011, he also hosted a local show on ESPN LA 710AM in Los Angeles, covering both coasts.

Smith made a variety of contributions to ESPN from 2003-08. Smith hosted The Stephen A. Smith Show on ESPN Radio from 2005-08. He was also the host of ESPN2’s Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith, a one-hour show featuring sports news, commentary on sports issues, and interviews, from 2005-07. Smith joined ESPN in 2003 as an analyst for the network’s NBA Shootaround (since renamed NBA Countdown) pregame show. He regularly appeared on ESPN’s SportsCenter, ESPNEWS, ESPN2’s First Take and as guest host of Pardon the Interruption and Jim Rome is Burning.

Smith also hosted a morning show on Fox Sports Radio. Previously, Smith held several positions – most recently as a general sports columnist – during 16 years with the Philadelphia Inquirer (1994-2010). Prior to joining the Inquirer, Smith was a reporter with the Winston-Salem Journal, the Greensboro News and Record and the New York Daily News.

After attending the Fashion Institute of Technology for one year, Smith received a basketball scholarship to attend Winston-Salem State University, a historically black university in Winston-Salem, N.C., where he graduated in 1991.

Smith made his acting debut on the ABC soap opera General Hospital in a cameo appearance as a television reporter on the February 2, 2007, Later the same year, he was in the Chris Rock motion picture I Think I Love My Wife. Smith returned to General Hospital in April 2016 as “Brick,” a surveillance expert for the Mob.

Since 2014, he has appeared in a series of Oberto all-natural beef jerky commercials as “The Little Voice in Your Stomach,” each time appearing alongside sports figures, such as Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, pro snowboarder Louie Vito and ESPN’s Dick Vitale.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Stephen A. Smith Show
Tuesday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Stephen A. Smith Show
Wednesday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Stephen A. Smith Show
Thursday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Stephen A. Smith Show
Friday 12:00pm - 02:00pm Stephen A. Smith Show

Trey Wingo

Ian Fitzsimmons

Ian Fitzsimmons’ first radio gig was “comin’ to ya live” from a trailer in the middle of a cow pasture in Northport, Alabama on WSPZ. He then moved to Bristol, CT to be a producer for GameNight on ESPN Radio – back in the day of Chuck Wilson and Tony Bruno.

Next stop was Birmingham, where he hosted “The Cheap Seats” on WJOX 690 before becoming co-host of “Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons” with Kirk Herbstreit of ESPN College GameDay. Other stops include Salt Lake City and 103.3 FM ESPN in Dallas.

Ian has filled in on the network and regularly works sidelines for ESPN Radio NFL and college football games

On-Air Schedule

Monday 08:00pm - 11:59pm Freddie and Fitzsimmons
Tuesday 08:00pm - 11:59pm Freddie and Fitzsimmons
Wednesday 08:00pm - 11:59pm Freddie and Fitzsimmons
Thursday 08:00pm - 11:59pm Freddie and Fitzsimmons
Friday 08:00pm - 11:59pm Freddie and Fitzsimmons

Jon “Stugotz” Weiner

Mike Golic, Jr.

Golic Jr. joined ESPN in November 2015, teaming with his father, Mike & Mike co-host Mike Golic, on a college football and NFL-focused podcast,

Mike & Mike Jr.. Since then, Golic Jr. has served as a guest host on Mike & Mike, a college football analyst during ESPN Radio’s broadcast of the the 2015 Hawai’i Bowl and debuted in January 2016 as a host of the weekend program Rothenberg Mike’d Up on ESPN Radio, with Dave Rothenberg and Michael Wallace.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 02:00am - 05:00am First and Last
Tuesday 02:00am - 05:00am First and Last
Wednesday 02:00am - 05:00am First and Last
Thursday 02:00am - 05:00am First and Last
Friday 02:00am - 05:00am First and Last

Dan Le Batard

Leading sports columnist Dan Le Batard is the host of ESPN Radio’s The Dan Le Batard Show, weekdays from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. ET (simulcast on ESPNU and tape-delayed on FUSION) and ESPN2’s Highly Questionable on weekday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. Both shows are produced out of ESPN’s studios in Miami Beach’s Clevelander Hotel.

The Dan Le Batard Show made its national ESPN Radio debut on September 30, 2015. Alongside co-host Jon “Stugotz” Weiner, the duo brings their unique blend of self-deprecating humor, insightful guests, and thoughtful conversation to a national audience every weekday. Rotating guest co-hosts, including Bomani Jones and Miami Herald writer Greg Cote, often join to provide listeners with a slightly different experience every day.

On Highly Questionable, Le Batard is joined by his father Gonzalo Le Batard (“Papi”) and co-host Bomani Jones, in which the trio offers viewers an innovative and comedic approach to sports commentary and offers a critical–and sometimes hilarious–perspective on the world of professional sports. He also is a frequent guest host on PTI.

Le Batard joined ESPN The Magazine’s staff as a contributor in February 1998. In addition to his position at The Magazine, he hosted its weekly Sunday morning show on the ESPN Radio Network. He also served as a reporter for ESPN’s College GameDay, Sunday Night Conversation and Outside the Lines series.

Le Batard continues as a columnist at the Miami Herald, where he has been since 1990. An accomplished writer, he has won an Associated Press Sports Editor (APSE) award every year since 1994. Le Batard also has written for numerous national publications, including Maxim and Cosmopolitan.

A 1990 graduate of the University of Miami, Le Batard received a bachelor of arts degree in journalism and politics. He resides in Miami.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 09:00am - 12:00pm The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Tuesday 09:00am - 12:00pm The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Wednesday 09:00am - 12:00pm The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Thursday 09:00am - 12:00pm The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Friday 09:00am - 12:00pm The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Mike Golic

Golic stated, “With Mike & Mike ending later this year, I am looking forward to the opportunity to begin the next chapter of the ESPN morning show with Trey and my son Mike. Both men will bring new and interesting voices to our morning conversations and help to create a fresh fun show for our audience. I appreciate the loyalty of those who have started their mornings with us over the years and hope they continue to do so for years to come.”

Wingo added, “We’re all looking for someone to grow old with…and I look forward to doing that with Golic. On a more serious note, I’m looking forward to the challenge that lies ahead and keeping ESPN radio the place to be in the morning for an entertaining start to your sports day.”

The show will travel to the College Football Playoff National Championship game in Atlanta and to Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII. Additional details about the show, including the name, will be announced at a later date.

On-Air Schedule

Monday 05:00am - 09:00am Golic and Wingo
Tuesday 05:00am - 09:00am Golic and Wingo
Wednesday 05:00am - 09:00am Golic and Wingo
Thursday 05:00am - 09:00am Golic and Wingo
Friday 05:00am - 09:00am Golic and Wingo

Freddie Coleman

Freddie D. Coleman joined ESPN Radio on June 26, 2004 as a co-host of the then-nightly primetime program GameNight. He currently hosts the Freddie Coleman Show weeknights from 11 p.m. – 2 a.m. ET, and Sundays from 10 p.m. – 1 a.m.

Prior to joining ESPN Radio, Coleman was weekday afternoon co-host of FoxSportsRadio 980-AM in Albany, N.Y. (September 2002-June 2004).

Previously, Coleman was worked for Cablevision of Dutchess County as a sportscaster for the local news in Wappingers Falls, N.Y. and as co-host of the weekly SportsScene show, as well as color analyst for Marist Basketball. (March 1999-September 2000).

Coleman also managed the on-air staff and created promotions at Oldies 97 – WCZX- FM (March 1999-May 2000) and was overnight host at WPDH-FM 101.5 (May 1998-March 1999).

Born December 19, 1965, Coleman is a 1987 graduate of Mansfield University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication.

The Brooklyn, N.Y. native is married with one child.


On Air Program

Dan Le Batard
Dan Le Batard
9:00am - 12:00pm
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Midwestern State University