The Scott Van Pelt Show



Scott Van Pelt


Ryen Russillo



About the show

Monday-Friday 1:00PM-4:00PM ET

Joined by Ryen Russillo, The Scott Van Pelt Show show adopts the atmosphere of two pals talking sports, sharing their opinions and personalities with listeners and viewers who will be encouraged to share calls, e-mails and photos, which is displayed on the show's page on Van Pelt joined ESPN from The Golf Channel (1994-2000) in Spring 2001 as the network's lead professional golf reporter, and has become one of SportCenter's primary anchors. A native of Brookville, Md., Van Pelt graduated from the University of Maryland, and began his sports broadcasting career at WTTG-TV (FOX) in Washington, D.C. in 1990. Russillo is a veteran of the Boston radio and TV scene, and knows his way around ESPN Radio's Bristol, Conn. studios, having hosted several shows and filled in on others in recent years.

Recent Episodes

Ryen and Danny chat with Trent Dilfer who says Cam Newton showed "wisdom" at his post Super Bowl presser, plus Mike Breen talks about Phil Jackson's future with the Knicks.
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell weighs in on Cam Newton's explanation of Super Bowl press conference, Kings' coaching decision and talks with ESPN NFL analyst Trent Dilfer.
Russillo and Kanell address the NFL's new rule regarding assault and the combine, LeSean McCoy's recent incident and talk with ESPN NBA Insider Marc Stein and Mike Breen.
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell discuss the Warrior and other NBA teams with two-time NBA champion Brent Barry. Plus, the guys talk about the Knicks and media relations.
Ryen and Danny both picked the Panthers but feel vindicated after the Bronco win. How badly did Cam hurt his image? Plus Denver linebacker Brandon Marshall joins the show.
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell react to the Knicks' dismissal of Derek Fisher, converse with ESPN's Mike Tirico about the Broncos' win in Super Bowl 50 and more.
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell cover Peyton Manning's remarks about beer at the Super Bowl and chat with ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck, Broncos LB Brandon Marshall and more.
Ryen Russillo and Danny Kanell share their thoughts on public perception of Cam Newton, speak with ESPN NFL Insider Mark Dominik about Marshawn Lynch's retirement and more.

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