1st and 10 was a sports talk and debate television program airing on ESPN between October 20, 2003 and August 2011.
1st and 10 was a sports talk and debate television program spun off from ESPN2's ESPN First Take morning show. It was both a segment during First Take, a two-hour program broadcast on the American cable television network ESPN2, each weekday at 10:00 AM and noon ET and a standalone program on ESPN2 at 2:30 PM each afternoon. Until SportsCenter went live from 9 AM-3PM it was on ESPN. This concept launched in October 2003 as part of Cold Pizza, which was the predecessor to First Take. The program is hosted by Jay Crawford and features a sports columnist Skip Bayless. Woody Paige, another columnist, was a founding co-host, but left the show before the move to Connecticut to return to his writing duties at the Denver Post. Dana Jacobson, First Take co-host, takes over the segments (and the spin-off show) when Crawford is away. Guest hosts, in place of either Jacobson or Crawford, have included Josh Elliott, Tom Rinaldi, Michael Kim, Michelle Bonner, Sage Steele and Bayless himself.