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The Russillo Show

By ESPN, Ryen Russillo

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Description

Ryen Russillo gives you his unfiltered take on the biggest stories in the sports world.

Customer Reviews

Long live the king

Despite his departure from ESPN radio, Russillo’s bark has lost none of its bite. His new podcast is a life raft for sports fans who feel alienated by the continued rise of hot-take punditry. Russillo slices the fat off the week’s top stories, leaving only the choicest cuts for our consumption. Alternately insightful, hilarious, and refreshingly transparent. This is a podcast the sports world needs, and fans deserve.

A reminder of why I listen to podcasts

The banter and chemistry between Russillo and his guest, SVP, gives the listener the feeling that they are sitting in Russillo’s basement hanging out and watching games after a workout at the Greenwich Equinox. This transportation of the listener reminds one of why the radio show “SVP and Russillo” was a must-listen circa 2009-10, during their earlier, funnier period. It’s a thing like the fluid transition between the Pulse of the Nation voices and their regular voices that take the listener on this journey back in time to having $175, liquid, in the checking account but not caring because it’s 1pm on Friday and Ryen and Van Pelt were about to give some winners.

The best.

Wish it was more than weekly. Miss his radio show so this is a great substitute. When he and svp are on together, it’s the literal best!