Chris "Mad Dog" Russo is a sports talk personality who co-hosted the popular New York radio show, Mike and the Mad Dog. Russo also wrote two books: The Mad Dog 100: The Greatest Sports Arguments of All Time and The Mad Dog Hall of Fame: The Ultimate Top-Ten Rankings of The Best in Sports.
Stephen A. Smith
Stephen A. Smith hosts The Stephen A. Smith Show on Mad Dog Sports Radio. Smith also makes guest appearances on ESPN New York 98.7 FM and other ESPN Radio affiliates, and is a featured commentator on ESPN2's First Take and contributor on SportsCenter and other ESPN television shows.
Adam ScheinAdam Schein comes to Mad Dog Radio after nearly a decade on SiriusXM NFL Radio, including being the first host heard on the channel. He’s hosted the The SiriusXM Blitz and SiriusXM’s live NFL Draft coverage. Schein hosts two shows on SportsNet New York and writes weekly columns for NFL.com.
Evan CohenEvan Cohen was born and raised in Westchester, New York. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2002.
In 2003, Evan moved to South Florida, debuting on ESPN 760 as the afternoon drive host and spent two years as the sports director on WPTV (NBC). Evan has also held positions as a national host for ESPN Radio and Fox Sports Radio.
Patrick is a sports junkie who has no other hobbies. He will provide immediate reaction to games, take your calls, get into pop culture, talk gambling and keep you entertained. Don’t sleep on Patrick; nights matter on Mad Dog Sports Radio.
Lance Medow joined SiriusXM in 2009 and has served a variety of roles including update anchor and play-by-play announcer. He also hosts Chalk Talk on SiriusXM NFL Radio. In addition to his work for SiriusXM, Lance also serves as the Pre/Half/Post Game Host for the New York Giants Radio Network and a play-by-play announcer for Columbia University Athletics/Ivy League Digital Network. He’s also done work for ESPN Radio, MTV, MLB.com and Westwood One.
Dan Graca hosts Mad Dog Sports Radio Tonight on Mad Dog Sports Radio.
Glenn Ordway was a prominent sports radio voice in Boston for more than three decades, best known for his 13 seasons as a commentator for Boston Celtics radio broadcasts and as the creator and host of the highly-rated drive time program, The Big Show. Ordway gained prominence as a sports talk show host with the launch of the popular show Sportscall on Boston’s WRKO in 1981. In 1987 he moved on to WEEI and worked at the station for 27 years as both a host and programming executive. Ordway hosted the popular Big Show from 1995 until 2013, he has been a regular fill-in host on The Dan Patrick Show and is a three-time finalist for a Marconi Award in the category of “Major Market Personality of the Year.”
Steve TorrePrior to joining SiriusXM, Steve spent 18 years as the morning drive anchor and Sports Director of 1010 WINS Radio in NYC. He was also heard on Westwood One's coverage of the Summer Olympics and was the NFL Draft and sports anchor on the ABC Radio Network.
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Christopher "Mad Dog" Russo with MLB Commissioner Bud Selig at a SiriusXM Town Hall event.
Chris "Mad Dog" Russo sits down with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at Radio City Music Hall for the 2013 NFL Draft
Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin talks Super Bowl XLVII with Mad Dog on Radio Row in New Orleans.
Colts QB Andrew Luck talks with Mad Dog on Radio Row in New Orleans.
Hall of Famer Jerry Rice taks Super Bowl with Mad Dog on Radio Row in New Orleans.
Former Saints QB Archie Manning and proud father of Peyton and Eli spends time with Mad Dog on Radio Row.
Tony Dungy, who won the Super Bowl as a player and head coach, talks with Mad Dog on Radio Row.
Super Bowl XLV champion Clay Matthews discusses the big game on Mad Dog Radio in New Orleans.