ESPN’s Michelle Beadle unhappy with network for Greg Hardy interview

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, ESPN's Michelle Beadle "feels dirty" that the network gave Greg Hardy an interview. In a nutshell, Hardy's interview did not go over well. He showed no remorse for any of his actions. "Pictures are pictures, and they can be made to look like whatever ...

ESPN’s Dan Le Batard: Lebron is lazier than ever

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

On Tuesday, Dan Le Batard said on his radio show that Lebron James a "lazier player now than we've seen in 10 years." Le Batard added that James simply "can't shoot anymore." The stats back up his claim. During the 2012-13 season in Miami, James shot a career-high 40.6 percent on his 3-point ...

ESPN graphic helpfully points out that Jim Tomsula is the GOAT

Tuesday, September 15th, 2015

Someone grab 49ers coach Jim Tomsula's windbreaker and send the thing to Canton, because this man is clearly Hall of Fame bound. Thanks to the graphics wizardry at ESPN, at the end of San Francisco's 20-3 season-opening win over Minnesota we learned that Tomsula is the most successful coach in the ...

ESPN moves Bears to Fort Wayne, Indiana

Friday, August 21st, 2015

For the first time in the history of the rivalry, the most egregious error in a Bills-Browns game did not take place on the field. As you can see, the above ESPN graphic displays the many career stops of Browns starting quarterback Josh "Don't Call Me Luke" McCown, which included a ...

Lauren Hill should be Arthur Ashe Award winner

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

I open this post under the assumption we are still capable of intelligent discourse in this country. Which means I have probably already gone too far. But I'll still continue. First: I have no issue with Bruce Jenner becoming Caitlyn Jenner. Do I understand it? No. It's not a process which ...

Bill Simmons, we’re offering you a job (again)

Friday, May 8th, 2015

Back in September, ESPN suspended Bill Simmons for being honest about Roger Goodell (or for challenging his employers to suspend him) and we thought he got a raw deal. After all, he was just being a provocative voice about a sports-related topic, you know, the exact job he was hired ...

Stuart Scott’s ESPN2 Debut a Cornucopia of 90s Awesomeness

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

We said goodbye to Stuart Scott this week, which is sad. But death makes us celebrate life and bring up joyful memories which had long been forgotten. It is the best way of coping with such things, I suppose. One of those memories is of Scott's debut at ESPN -- specifically ...

Video: Keith Olbermann’s tribute to Stuart Scott is perfect

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

The tributes that have emerged out of every corner of the sports world in the wake of Stuart Scott's tragic passing on Sunday. While Scott's long-time colleague Rich Eisen's tribute was wonderful, Keith Olbermann may have taken the cake. Olbermann has become something of a master at eulogizing people he had ...