Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
About the Podcast
The Skip and Shannon: Undisputed podcast. Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe, and Joy Taylor discuss the biggest topics of the day. It's unscripted and unfiltered. Don't miss the television show Monday-Friday at 9:30am ET on FS1.
About the Host
Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharp
Skip Bayless: Award-winning journalist, author and TV personality, Skip Bayless joined FOX Sports in September of 2016. He is considered one of the most incisive opinionists in all of media, fearless and relentless. Bayless began his career writing for newspapers, including as the lead sports columnist for the Chicago Tribune. He also spent time at The Dallas Morning News, the Dallas Times Herald, The Miami Herald and Los Angeles Times.He won numerous awards for his journalism. While at the Chicago Tribune, Bayless was voted Illinois Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association in 2000. Bayless was voted Texas Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association three times (1979, 1984 and 1986) and won the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Newspaper Writing in 1977 for his coverage of Seattle Slew’s Triple Crown victory while at the Los Angeles Times. Bayless has written for various national sports publications, including Sports Illustrated. He’s also worked in sports radio and television over the years, and has authored three books. Bayless attended Vanderbilt University, where he majored in English and history, and graduated cum laude in 1974. He was the sports editor of The Hustler, the university’s student newspaper, and spent the summer of 1969 interning under sports editor Frank Boggs at The Daily Oklahoman. Bayless grew up in Oklahoma City, OK. Joy Taylor moderates the sports opinion and debate show SKIP AND SHANNON: UNDISPUTED, which airs weekdays on FS1. The former host and well-known South Florida sports radio personality joined FOX Sports in March 2016. Prior to joining FOX Sports, Taylor spent the previous five years in Miami radio, including a successful three-year stint at 790 AM The Ticket, where she was co-host for the station’s top-rated morning-drive program, “Zaslow and Joy Show,” after starting with the station as the show’s executive producer. Taylor also served as the host of “Thursday Night Live” and “Fantasy Football Today” on CBSSports.com. A Pittsburgh native and the younger sister of former Miami Dolphins star Jason Taylor, she attended Barry University and earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcasting. While at Barry, she hosted her own radio show, ""The Noise,"" and served as station manager for WBRY Radio."