ESPN's Jeremy Schaap joined David "Mad Dog" DeMarco on Mad Dog in the Morning on Monday to talk about some of the most polarizing people and stories in sports.

Schaap, 45, has won eight National Sports Emmy Awards, two Edward R. Murrow awards for outstanding achievement in electronic journalism, a National Headliner award and just last month was honored with the Robert F. Kennedy journalism award for Schaap's E:60 piece on the deplorable working conditions in Qatar in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

From Lance Armstrong, to Bobby Knight, to Qatar 2022, Jeremy offers up his expert opinion on all that and more from what he has seen in his almost 20 years of reporting at ESPN.

Mad Dog in the Morning is on weekdays from 6-9 A.M. You can listen online anywhere via this website or on your mobile device by downloading the RadioPup app for free on any Android or iOS device.