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Alma mater  University of Vermont
Name  Ryen Russillo
Education  University of Vermont
Occupation  Radio personality
Role  Host
Siblings  Vaughn Russillo
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Born  August 5, 1975 (age 40) (1975-08-05) Laramie, Wyoming
Notable credit(s)  "Russillo and Kannell" (2015-Present) SVP & Russillo (2009–2015) ESPN Radio College GameDay (2008–2014) The NBA Today Podcast (2009–2012)
Similar People  Danny Kanell, Scott Van Pelt, John Dennis, Bomani Jones, Dan Le Batard
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Ryen Russillo (born August 5, 1975) is an American sports host. He has worked for ESPN Radio as the co-host of SVP & Russillo (previously titled The Scott Van Pelt Show) since May 2009. As of August 31 2015, he is the host of Russillo & Kanell on ESPN Radio.

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Career

Russillo is a native of West Tisbury, Massachusetts. He is a 1997 graduate of the University of Vermont, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and was also an intern at WCAX in Burlington. He was a play-by-play man for the Trenton Thunder for six months before the team relocated.

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Before moving to Hartford, Connecticut, Russillo lived in Boston, Massachusetts, where he hosted The Die Hards (mid-2003 to 2005) with co-hosts Anthony Pepe, John Anik, Kevin Winter, and Mike Winn while working for the Sporting News Radio affiliate WWZN. (Winter and Winn left the show relatively early on.)

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Russillo did pre-game and post-game commentary for the New England Patriots on WBCN. He was let go after, and possibly as a result of, a personal conflict with John Dennis of WEEI, who had left him a threatening voicemail.

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Russillo hosted NBA Sunday, The Baseball Show, and ESPN Radio College GameDay during the 2008 season on ESPN Radio. He was also a regular host for GameNight and a fill-in host for The Doug Gottlieb Show and All Night with Jason Smith.

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Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch named him Best Radio Voice of 2007 for his work on ESPN Radio. He praised Russillo's "reasoned approach and knowledge across sports."

He appears regularly on several shows on Comcast Sportsnet New England, including New England Sports Tonight with Gary Tanguay and Greg Dickerson, and is also a studio analyst for the Boston Celtics' television coverage.

During the NBA season, Russillo was the host of ESPN's The NBA Today podcast, the network's #2 most downloaded podcast series. In December 2012, this show was essentially cancelled and swapped out with NBA Lockdown featuring former NBA player Bruce Bowen.

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Ryen Russillo Wikipedia


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