Eli Manning shares his favorite moments from the ‘Manningcast’s first year
Mackenzie Salmon and Andy Nesbitt connected with former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and shared his favorite moments from his freshman year on the “Manningcast.”
Iowa superstar Caitlin Clark, widely considered the sweetheart of college basketball, will appear on ManningCast Monday night during the Chiefs-Eagles game to discuss college hoops with brothers Peyton and Eli Manning. Clark will be the first college athlete they meet.
Clark is a lifelong Chiefs fan (his family has a Chiefs ATM in their Des Moines home) and has developed a friendship with Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes via Twitter; Mahomes is also a big fan of Clark and told him he wants to see Iowa play in person. She saw it in person and got tickets to the Chiefs’ 2022 Christmas Eve game.
Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick, who played the majority of his career with Atlanta and Philadelphia, will be Also be a guest on Monday. The ManningCast begins at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN2.
Known for its 3s logo and transition passes threaded through the needle, Clark became Iowa’s all-time leading scorer on November 12 after notching his 12th career triple double. After lead the Hawkeyes to the Final Four she is back for her junior season. Iowa, Ranked No. 2 this week in USA TODAY Coaches Pollposted an impressive early-season win over No. 9 Virginia Tech, but fell last week to unranked Kansas State. It’s the first time in Clark’s career the Hawkeyes had fewer than 60 points.
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THE ManningCast was a success since debuting on ESPN2 in 2021. The brothers frequently entertain some of the world’s most accomplished and popular sports personalities; LeBron James, Tom Brady, Steph Curry, Sue Bird and Charles Barkley were guests. They’ve also hosted former President Barack Obama, comedian Jon Stewart and actor Jon Hamm, among others.
Clark is a frequent subject and occasional guest on some of sports media’s biggest shows. Last season, she told Dan Patrick that she could return for a fifth yeardelaying her professional career until 2025. Stephen A. Smith praised her as “a sensational talent” and asked him if he should call her “the female version of Steph Curry, or do Should I call Steph Curry the male version of Caitlin Clark?» (Clark and Smith also do an event together earlier this fall, during the Iowa Homecoming Celebration.)
After Clark and Iowa’s Elite Eight game against Louisville drew more than 2.5 million viewers, Dan Le Batard said Clark’s popularity could help “change the power imbalance in sport.»