Monday - Friday: 3:00 AM - 7:00 AM
What happens when a pretty boy SportsCenter anchor rolls into the studio as his ex-NFL player co-host is rolling in from the night before? Find out while you get an early start to your day on ESPN Sports Radio 1080 The FAN. Starring Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, Mike and Mike in the Morning is the most popular sports talk show in the country and what makes them different, makes them great! E-mail Mike and Mike right here.
Monday - Friday: 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
He has been a morning fixture on ESPN Sports Radio1080 The FAN for over a decade and now he’s “spanning the globe.” No one can take you from sports, to business, through life and back to sports again like Portland original Colin Cowherd. Colin has become a nationwide sensation at ESPN since leaving The FAN studios and really resonates with the morning workforce as he talks about the things you’ll take to the water cooler. Get in The Herd! E-mail Colin right here.
Scott Van Pelt joined ESPN in Spring 2001 as the network's lead professional golf reporter. He has since become a SportCenter anchor, while remaining the lead reporter and host of the network's coverage of golf's grand slam events. His ESPN Radio show, the Scott Van Pelt Show with co-host Ryen Russillo airs 10AM-12PM weekdays. In 2001, Van Pelt sat down for a one-on-one interview with Tiger Woods after he won the U.S. Open to capture the "Tiger Slam," four majors in a row. The interview was featured on ESPN's Sunday Conversation. Over his career, Van Pelt has covered all the major golf tournaments - the Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open and the PGA Championship. Following Tiger Woods' victory at the 1997 Masters (his first at the tournament), Van Pelt conducted an exclusive half-hour interview with the young Woods for a critically acclaimed network special, Tiger Woods: In His Own Words. He has also covered numerous USGA events, NCAA Men's and Women's championships, BUY.COM Tour events and Senior PGA Tour events. E-mail Scott here.
Russillo joined ESPN Radio in February 2006, and has hosted NBA Sunday with Jamal Mashburn, The Baseball Show, and the NFL Draft. He has also filled in on talk shows including Tirico and Van Pelt, and The Herd with Colin Cowherd.
Prior to joining ESPN, Russillo was a sports voice in Boston, Mass. where he was a Comcast Sports Network studio host and NBA analyst, and a Sporting News Radio host. Previously, he was play-by-play voice of the Trenton (N.J.) Thunder, the Boston Red Sox Double A team. Russillo, a native of West Tisbury, Mass., is a 1997 graduate of the University of Vermont.
Travis & Wilcox
Monday - Friday: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Join former Oregon football star Josh Wilcox and FAN show host and reporter Travis Demers every weekday for all the hot sports topics. A native Oregonian and college analyst for Comcast Sports Net, Josh brings his experience on the field with the Ducks and in pro football to the show, as well as great insider information. Suke thinks Josh’s professional wrestling experience is more important, but that’s another story. Travis, who worked with us at The FAN for 7 years as a host and field reporter before spending the last 2 years hosting with Sirius/XM, returns home where he knows the people making things happen. He has a great nose for news, has covered the Trail Blazers, Ducks, Beavers and high school football here for years, and promises not to bore you with tales of his exploits as a college baseball player. E-mail Travis here, or Wilcox here.
Monday - Friday: 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Portland's smartest and most addictive talk show is Primetime with Isaac and Big Suke. Hosted by FAN veteran Isaac Ropp and former college All-American and NFL player Jason “Big Suke" Scukanec, Primetime features the day’s hottest topics with big-name guests. And, from 6-7pm every weekday, the guys take off their shoes, grab a beer (root beer for Suke) and show why they’re the most versatile hosts in sports radio with Club 1080. With topics ranging from the Blazers to bark dust and from bacon to movies to hot chicks, Club 1080 and Primetime with Isaac and Big Suke are guaranteed to entertain. Listen live at 1080thefan.com or catch the television simulcast on Comcast Sports Net, channel 37, from Eugene to Seattle. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter, text your comments to Primetime at 55305, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buffalo Wild WIngs GameNight
Monday - Friday: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tune into Buffalo Wild Wings Gamenight every night on The FAN. Join trifecta show hosts Taylor Danforth, Andy “Dirt” Johnson and Brandon Sprague. Danforth is a born and bred Oregonian who attended the University of Oregon. He became entrenched with the media scene there, and it wasn’t long until he went from the classroom to the studios at the FAN. Classified as the “quarterback” of the show, for his ability to open and close segments, he brings passion and knowledge rarely seen on the airwaves. Dirt was raised in southeast Portland, where he was an All-Conference QB for Cleveland HS. After turning down lower level colleges for football, he went on to Oregon as well, where he and Danforth met in the student media. He worked hard and in just a year and a half at the FAN he’s now a show host. A feat not easily achieved by someone his age - which proves how entertaining and passionate he’s been. Sprague completes the tripod, and rounds out the crew by being the lone Oregon State grad. From Corvallis, with his relationships and knowledge within OSU’s athletic department, he grabbed a job with CSNNW.com covering OSU exclusively. He’s since joined the FAN and helped make Gamenight the success it’s been. Email Danforth here. Email Dirt here. Email Sprague here.
(AP) Ryan Seymour was standing on the visitor's side of Candlestick Park on Sunday. Two days later, he found himself sharing a locker room with the opponent. The San Francisco 49ers announced Tuesday they signed Seymour from the rival Seattle Seahawks . . . more.
(AP) Texas Athletic Director Steve Patterson says no decision has been made about the future of Longhorns coach Mack Brown. Texas released a statement by Patterson several hours after Orangebloods.com reported . . . more.
(AP) Blowing out Utah for a second time this month was not in the cards for Portland. With the Jazz making a fourth-quarter rally, the Blazers struggled to fight through offensive sluggishness and escape with a win. More.
(AP) Boise State will play Oregon State in the Hawaii Bowl on Christmas Eve at Aloha Stadium . . . The Beavers went 6-6 but dropped their final five games. There were questions about whether the team . . . more.
(AP) Two teams led by strong quarterbacks will make their first college football bowl game appearance in years when they face off in the New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21. The matchup between Colorado State (7-6) and Washington State (6-6) . . . more.