Here’s WQAM’s Dan Sileo in full meltdown mode while discussing the state of the Miami Hurricanes

The state of football at the school formally known as “The U” is dismal at best. During the first two weeks, the Hurricanes gave up 32 points to Boston College in a win. Yes, Boston College. And this past Saturday, Kansas State dropped 52 on them. After having to watch these two horrific events, former […]

USC lifts ban on reporter Scott Wolf

Since we have taken the time to point out everything that USC has done in the past month that doesn’t paint them in the best light, we also must take the time to point out when they decide to right a wrong. On Wednesday, we wrote that the university decided to ban Los Angeles Daily […]

USC bans writer for reporting injury to kicker Andre Heidari

USC just can’t keep themselves out of the news these days. Which is usually a good thing. But when all the news seems to be painting the program in a negative light, it certainly isn’t a good thing. Just in the past month alone, USC has banned visiting teams from conducting walk-throughs at the Coliseum […]

Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke doesn’t think too highly of ESPN

In an interview with the National Post, Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke spent 99.9% of the interview talking about the possible NHL lockout and where the Leafs are head. The other 0.01% was spent responding to the Maple Leafs finishing last among professional franchises in ESPN’s Ultimate Team Rankings.

Billy Gillispie is likely done, so let’s reminisce about the time Gregg Doyel wrote that Gillispie is the ‘only’ choice for Kentucky

Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports wrote a scathing piece about how current Texas Tech coach Billy Gillispie has mistreated pretty much everyone he has come in contact with in Lubbock. The piece gives a detailed account of allegations that will seemingly destroy Gillispie’s coaching career. And if even a portion of Goodman’s allegations are true, […]

Notre Dame radio analyst Allen Pinkett: Irish need more ‘criminals’ to be successful

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard someone float something like this for their alma mater. Former Miami Hurricane star Antrel Rolle once told a radio station that Miami players needed to “go steal a couple of cars, go break into a couple of houses, do whatever it takes to just to get that attitude […]

Mark Grace arrested on DUI charges, takes leave from Diamondbacks

Former MLB player and current Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace was arrested Thursday night on DUI charges. On Friday, the Diamondbacks announced that Grace had “requested an indefinite leave of absence to seek personal assistance.”

Is it just coincidence that ESPN’s Chris Broussard is taking vacation in the middle of the NBA free agency madness?

ESPN insider Chris Broussard has had a rough start to the NBA free agency period. Things were bad for Broussard on Tuesday when he “reported” that Deron Williams would re-sign with the Nets minutes after Deron Williams tweeted the news himself. And then, things got worse when Broussard tweeted that Eric Gordon personally told him: […]

Former ESPN anchor Dana Jacobson reveals she was molested as a child

The celebration of the brave victims that told their stories to a jury and helped convict Jerry Sandusky on 45 out of 48 charges against him has undoubtedly empowered victims of sexual abuse everywhere. Among them is former ESPN anchor Dana Jacobson. Jacobson took to her personal blog to reveal her story of being molested […]

New York television station uses Jerry Sandusky “Penn State Pedophiles” logo while discussing Sandusky case

Here we have Michael “Lionel” Lebron of WPIX-TV of New York discussing the Jerry Sandusky case on Wednesday. And over his right shoulder is what is supposed to be a Penn State logo. But instead of using the normal Penn State logo, the station opts for a logo with Jerry Sandusky’s face and the phrase […]