Originally posted on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 1/29/13
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill have great chemistry together. You see that when they are on TV together or when they are going back and forth on Twitter. I am big proponent of multiple perspectives when in comes to sports. When you can compare and contrast that is when you will get the clearest picture. I think Smith and Hill will be great at that and the podcast will be excellent. Here are some details from ESPN. They will argue. They will bicker. They will poke fun at each other. And that will just be the first 30 seconds of ESPN Audio’s newest podcast, His & Hers with Michael Smith &Jemele Hill, which debuts next Monday, Feb. 4 on the front page ESPNRadio.com, ESPN PodCenter and on iTunes. Smith, the host of Numbers Never* Lie, and Hill, an ESPN.com columnist and frequent contributor on various ESPN shows, are excited to have a project they can call their own. In the Front & Center podcast above, Smith and Hill discuss, among other things: their decade-long friendship; their desire to both make news and include newsmakers as guests; and what sets their pairing apart from other sports podcasts. Click HERE to listen or visit iTunes to download the podcast and be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the Front & Center podcast. Also, make sure to check out the ESPN Radio app, available for the iPad.  
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