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

How the Ravens improved after Ray Rice. Who is the favorite in the East? Bill Simmons weighs in. NFL Top 5 / Bottom 3. Outsider Mike club stories.
Assessing Broncos and Cowboys wins Sunday. Can UCLA make the playoff? Is Ole Miss' season a success? Russillo story time. Danny Kanell swings by.
On Friday's podcast, Tim Tebow stops by to previw week 13 in the SEC, NFL team's that must press the reset button, FSU's road to the playoff, Winners and Carl's Lock.
Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo are joined by Ohio State OC Tom Herman and Max Bretos. Plus, more on the Cavaliers' slow start and the guys' biggest disagreements.
Scott and Ryen give their NFL Top 5 Bottom 3, discuss the CFB Playoff with Brad Edwards, and wonder if Big Blue Nation can go undefeated.
Scott and Ryen discuss the latest with Adrian Peterson as well as who should be the next head coach at Florida. David Pollack joins them to predict the new top 4 in CFB.
On Monday's podcast, Danny Kanell predicts the CFP Top 4 teams, Chris Mortensen on possible Florida candidates and Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon on his record-setting game.
Adnan in for Ryen. Discussing the great slate of NFL and college games this weekend, the Sixers are a disgrace, WINNERS, Jeff Goodman previews the college hoops season.

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