Greeny

Greeny

Weekdays 12pm – 2pm
Mike Greenberg brings his unmatched depth of sports knowledge, fun and entertainment back to ESPN Radio on a daily basis. ‘Greeny’ will keep the audience up to date on the never ending breaking news in the sports world that matters most to his listeners. He’ll be joined regularly by the biggest names in the game covering all angles of the sports world. If it matters in sports, it matters to Greeny. When news breaks, ESPN analysts, reporters and insiders will provide insightful commentary and take you to the heart of the action. Using his unique ability to bring the best sports information as only he can, ‘Greeny’ airs weekdays from Noon-2P eastern on ESPN Radio, ESPNews, the ESPN App and your smart speakers.

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Greeny

Greeny

Mike Greenberg brings his unmatched depth of sports knowledge, fun and entertainment back to ESPN Radio on a daily basis. ‘Greeny’ will keep the audience up to date on the never-ending breaking news in the sports world that matters most to his listeners.  He’ll be joined regularly by the biggest names in the game covering all angles of the sports world. If it matters in sports, it matters to Greeny. This is the home for hourly podcasts of the show.

Hour 2: Elaine Benes

ESPN Sports Betting Analyst Joe Fortenbaugh gets you ready for "Super" Wild Card Weekend and we listen to the best sound from Thursday in "I'm Sorry, What?". Greeny made an unfortunate statement in March of 2021 that will cost him in the future. Plus, Bubba's Who Ya Got?

Hour 1: "Super" Wild Card Weekend

We start the hour with ESPN's Dan Graziano & Rob Ninkovich as they preview "Super" Wild Card Weekend. Greeny shares some Unsolicited Advice on Josh Allen. Greeny & Hashtag Crew go through all the games. Plus, it's been a long time since an Alabama, Georgia or LSU QB won a playoff game in the NFL.

Hour 2: Most Pressure?

Chris Carlin & Harry Douglas (in for Greeny) continue to preview "Super" Wild Card Weekend. Who is under the most pressure this weekend? What is the best coaching vacancy? Plus, ESPN NFL Reporter Dianna Russini.