The Big Lead is reporting that Jason Whitlock is leaving Fox Sports and returning to ESPN. The news is surprising to say the least seeing as though Whitlock criticizes ESPN every chance he gets. But make no mistake about it, this is a great hire for ESPN.
There’s a major shakeup going on over at CBS Sports. Last week, Awful Announcing broke the surprising news that NFL columnist Mike Freeman would be moving on from CBS Sports and joining Bleacher Report. And now, No Guts, No Glory has learned that NFL columnist Clark Judge will also be leaving CBS Sports.
What you see above is ESPN Baseball Analyst Jim Bowden attempting to be funny. A short time later, with the help of his followers, he realizes that his attempt wasn’t very funny.
The reactions from Ryan Braun’s suspension are rolling in. Still no word from Aaron Rodgers about this, but we’ll keep you updated on that matter. Anyhow, let’s turn our attention ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale who furious about Braun’s suspension. Not because it was too harsh, but because he believes it was too soft.
Reggie Miller joined the Warriors in the locker room after series ending win over the Nuggets, says sh*t on live TV
The Golden State Warriors eliminated the Denver Nuggets with a 92-88 win in Game 6 on Thursday night. Shortly after the game, something bizarre happened. Reggie Miller made his way to the Warriors locker room and gave the team a congratulatory speech complete with hugs for former teammate Warriors head coach Mark Jackson. Obviously, that’s […]
The Detroit Free Press wrote a book prematurely celebrating Michigan’s NCAA title and it’s for sale on Amazon
With Michigan playing in the national title game on Monday, the Detroit Free Press apparently decided to get the early jump on all those Michigan fans looking to celebrate the school’s second national title by spending a little money. So they prematurely began selling a book entitled, “Blue Heaven: The A-Maize-Ing Story of the Michigan […]
Gay athletes in professional sports have become a hot topic lately. From a NFL team asking a draft prospect, “Do you like girls?” to the belief that a gay NFL player is close to coming out of the closet, the chatter about the thought of gay athletes is getting louder and louder.
Ex NBA player Javaris Crittenton was indicted on murder and gang charges on Tuesday. Predictably, the story spread all over the internet including the front page of Yahoo!. The only problem, as you can see above, is that the folks at Yahoo! used a photo of former Laker Trevor Ariza instead of Javaris Crittenton. [Reddit]
Remember when Bill Simmons criticized First Take in the wake of Richard Sherman’s appearance? Well, apparently, ESPN didn’t like him criticizing the show so they decided to teach him a lesson by suspending him from Twitter. That’ll teach him to tell the truth about First Take.
Live television has its downfalls. The biggest being people saying how they really feel without knowing that viewers can hear them. Hannah Storm and Mark Schlereth wouldn’t openly talk about Tim Tebow’s limited NFL future live on air. But when they think the camera isn’t rolling, they will. Likewise, Warren Sapp wouldn’t openly criticize the […]