6:00 am- 10:00 am
Sports fans rise and shine with Mike & Mike in the Morning. Featuring SportsCenter anchor Mike Greenberg and former NFL defensive tackle Mike Golic, this unique combo kicks off the morning with the latest sports, news, scores, analysis, listener call-ins and big name interviews. Mike and Mike — What makes them different, makes them great.
10:00 am- 1:00 pm
Colin Cowherd, a self proclaimed Michigan Wolverine hater, features topical commentary on the day’s most important sports news, as well as perspective on the top stories, interviews with the biggest newsmakers, and entertaining daily segments that include "Spanning the Globe", "The Daily Football Fix," and "Rants of the Day." Take a few hours to hear Colin Cowherd weigh in on sports and life. He’s got information, interviews, insight, and a brutal sense of humor to boot. His show is an eclectic mixture of sports, pop culture, politics (he is a self professed moderate: conservative on economics and liberal on social issues, off-the-wall commentary, and his observations of everyday life.
1:00 pm- 4:00 pm
Soctt Van Pelt and Ryen Rusillo bring pop culture, sports and humor to your afternoon. Van Pelt, a former Golf Channel employee and Rusillo, a NBA buff, opine their opinions on sports from cricket to beach volleyball. The two combine for a few hours of entertaining banter and sports talk that makes you feel like you are talking to a friend.
4:00 pm- 5:00 pm
Get Doug Gottlieb's unique opinions on the top stories of every day. Expect plenty of talk on sports, current event and pop culture.
Thousands of West Virginians enjoy their dinner or drive home with Tony Caridi and crew on the Metronews Statewide Sportsline.
The program's goal is quite simple: To inform and entertain sports fans wanting their daily fix of Mountain State sports news. Mountaineer fans are guaranteed their doctor recommended daily dosage of news from the land of Gold and Blue. The Sportsline is one of the charter programs of Metronews and continues to be one of the most popular among affiliate stations and listeners. On Sunday evenings the Sportsline expands to two hours with hosts Travis Jones, Greg Hunter and Josh Copen.
Hill and Schlereth will stress an interactive-listener format, with Tweets, text messages, e-mails and a live chat room where listeners can give their opinions on the show’s current topic. Schlereth, a three-time Super Bowl champion, and SportsCenter anchor Hill will man the airwaves 7-10 p.m. ET Monday through Thursday.