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WEEKDAYS, 5:30PM ET

Tony Kornheiser and Washington Post Columnist Mike Wilbon face-off during this half-hour debate devoted exclusively to sports opinions and headlines.

Time is always ticking away as Kornheiser and Wilbon haggle their way through an on-screen ticker of sports topics. Two minutes per argument and rebuttal makes for a fast-paced and quick-witted show delivering candid insight.

In every episode of the critically acclaimed show, the pair also interview a sports newsmaker. Then, before they sign off, researcher Tony Reali corrects any statistical fouls Kornheiser and Wilbon made in the heat of battle.

Podcast

Who Will Win?

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser cover Peyton Manning, Johnny Manziel's future, Louisville's self imposed ban, make their Super Bowl 50 picks and more.
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A New Attitude

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Panthers' attitude headed into Super Bowl 50, the Thunder posing a threat to the Warriors, Chris Paul's technical foul and more.
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Manning In L.A.?

Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss the possibility of Peyton Manning playing for the Rams, the Panthers' place in history, Colin Kaepernick's interest in playing for the Jets and more.
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