Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott and longtime NY broadcaster Alan Hahn tackle the sports stories that matter to you most. Weekdays at 2pm – 3pm ET. on ESPN 630 AM and the ESPN 630 app.
Bart Scott started his 11-season NFL career when the Baltimore Ravens signed him as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Illinois University in 2002. He played for Baltimore for seven seasons and finished his career in 2012 with the New York Jets. In 2006, Scott was selected to the Pro Bowl. He worked as an NFL analyst for CBS from 2013 to 2017. Scott joined ESPN 98.7FM as a special guest for the 2017 NFL season on The Michael Kay Show and Humpty & Canty. He also hosted Inside The Jets.
Alan Hahn began his radio broadcasting career in July 2012. Before his broadcasting career, Hahn spent 15 years at Newsday, where he covered the Knicks and Islanders as a beat writer. He also covered the Jets, Giants, Mets, and Yankees during his sportswriting career and won Newsday’s prestigious Publisher’s Award for his coverage of the Islanders in 2000. In Feb. 2014, PeerIndex.com ranked Hahn 22nd on their list of the most influential tweeters in New York City.