ESPN’s Joe Schad Is Catching Heat For His Reporting On Auburn And Cam Newton

[text-box]If you hadn’t noticed, things are steadily progressing in the Cam Newton saga, but this time Newton isn’t the topic of discussion. Recently during on The Chuck and Chernoff Show on Atlanta’s 680 The Fan, the duo said that they have sources that say ESPN is closely monitoring reporter Joe Schad. Apparently, Schad has been […]

Let’s Start The Day With Jordan Jefferson Confusing Thomas Jefferson With George Jefferson

Here’s Jordan Jefferson playing ESPN’s latest clever game called “Name that Jefferson”. You get it right? His last name is Jefferson so he can name other famous and semi-famous people that also have the same last name. Boy is that clever. But enough of that. Next to Jordan Jefferson is a picture of Thomas Jefferson. […]

Charles Barkley And Dan Le Batard Are Betting On The NBA Finals And The Loser Is You

[text-box]How can that be you ask? Well, take a moment and read the particulars. “Le Batard and Barkley agreed that if the Mavericks lose the Finals, Barkley will wear a Speedo on South Beach while being interviewed on the radio show. If the Heat loses, Le Batard will wear the Speedo. “ Yep, you lose.[/text-box]

Let’s Start The Day With Bob Ley Rapping Jay-Z Lyrics On ‘Outside The Lines’

Bob Ley sat behind his Outside the Lines desk yesterday to do what he usually does on every Outside the Lines. But yesterday was a little different. While enlightening viewers about the rivalry between LeBron James and DeShawn Stevenson, Ley was forced to recite lyrics from Jay-Z’s 2008 diss record of Stevenson called “Blow The […]

Jeff Van Gundy, Stick Rider

You may have thought that you were overly excited for the start of the NBA Finals. But I have to tell you, ABC/ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy was more excited than you could ever thought of being. Not because he was going to be paid to watch and give his opinion on a NBA Finals […]

Let’s Start The Day With Skip Bayless Telling Chris Broussard He Sold His “Journalistic Soul” To Get Close To LeBron James

There is a lot going on in sports right now, so this flew under our radar. We don’ know how it did, but it did. Chris Broussard has arguably been LeBron James’ #1 fan for the past few months, but I don’t know if I agree with what Skip Bayless says in this debate. I don’t know […]

Charles Barkley Would Rather Have A Gay Guy Who Could Play Than A Straight Guy Who Can’t Play

[text-box]Charles Barkley has never heard a subject that he was reluctant to speak on. So as the sports world began to chatter about Suns president Rick Welt’s admission that he is gay, Barkley also assembled a few thoughts that he could add to the chatter. He did so on WJFK (106.7 FM) in Washington. “First […]

CBS Passes On Colin Cowherd’s Sitcom

[text-box]Here’s some bad news, or actually good news. CBS decided that they have enough wildly mediocre shows and they have decided to axe the upcoming Colin Cowherd sitcom. Cowherd, who suddenly seems to work in CBS PR department, announced it himself on Twitter. And also went with the obligatory Charlie Sheen reference. Because, I guess […]

Let’s Start The Week With An Alabama Fan Yelling “Roll Tide” During Coverage Of Bin Laden’s Death

Boy I tell you. Alabama fans never miss an opportunity. While the entire country just wanted to scream U-S-A at the top of their lungs in response to the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death, this opportunistic Tide fan sneaks in a “Roll Tide”.

Let’s Watch Jack Edwards Rant About This, That, and The Other

After the Boston Bruins beat the Montreal Canadiens in overtime, Jack Edwards took to his pulpit and dropped knowledge that no one knew could be dropped. But when a man is intent on going on and on about Montreal royalty and the tea party, you just move out of his way