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@CUbsfan@allmyyankees I would guess Erin Andrews would be with Burkhardt & Lynch in one game and Pam Oliver with Buck/Aikman as usual in the other, then they'll use both reporters for the NFC Championship game....at least that would seem obvious to me.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch will call NFL playoff game for Fox
@CoryDowns @Jack from Dallas I agree, and I don't even think it's grammatically incorrect. Sure it may be Runs Batted In (which should be Rs BI), but it's arguable that the term RBI in itself has become a noun, so the plural of it would indeed be RBIs.
6 months ago on Shaking my head at SportsCenter
@sir boxington ...or they do realize it and (think) they are big enough they don't have to care
7 months, 1 week ago on Shaking my head at SportsCenter
I remember when they announced 'Around The Horn' they said it was going to be this "groundbreaking" show that would feature sportswriters from around the country, and it kinda is, except it's the same 8-10 sportswriters, usually 4 of the same 6 who are ESPN regulars. I thought it was, they way they announced it, going to be independent sportswriters from all over the country, different people each day, appearing as guests, not on ESPN payroll and they'd be able to say whatever they want, not an ESPN scripted kinda thing like PTI or First Take where if Stephen A. takes one side, they manufacture the other side of the argument and Skip says the other. It's just more of the same.
It's just a hokey game show version of 'Sports Reporters', which is/was good (back in the day when Dick Schaap hosted it or even nowadays with John Saunders) except they keep moving it around with the behemoth that is Sunday morning NFL pregame programming moving it out of the way. That was must see TV: Sunday morning Sportscenter, Outside The Lines, Sports Reporters... anyone remember when Chris Fowler hosted Scholastic Sports America?
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Shaking my head at SportsCenter
@CollegeWolf You guys still haven't figured out how to hook your PC up to a 46-inch TV yet? It is the 2010s by now.