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Just like Cameron Diaz, the more you realize the looks aren't that great and the talent was never really there, you just move on and say 'Meh'.
2 days, 4 hours ago on Is Michelle Beadle finished at NBC Sports?
He has as much experience being a sports broadcaster as he did being a US Senator and President. NONE.
3 days, 3 hours ago on President Obama would like to host a SportsCenter Top 10
They all look the same to him.
4 days, 22 hours ago on Stephen A. Smith can't stop calling Russell Wilson "Russell Westbrook"
I wonder how many of the ESPN executives got in on the Twitter IPO? The way they see the format as the second coming, you know they were propping it up to help themselves. It's just the way they operate.
5 days, 4 hours ago on SportsCenter is now sending updates about LeBron James tweets
"At this point, we may see more of Ron Burgundy over the next month"
That all depends on how much advertising for the movie the producers buy at the four-letter network.
1 week, 5 days ago on Ron Burgundy will be everywhere in sports
I think what I am reading here is that SportsCenter has gotten sooooooo bad, they have to resign themselves to gimmicks to get a positive ratings tick.
Of course what it really is, is a cross-promotional advertising scheme. If the producers of the movie buy enough advertising, then they get to call the shots.
It's funny how ESPN doesn't use this business strategy with the NFL.
@PsyMar1 @sir boxington It has nothing to do with politics, and that is my point. Why did he have to even mention the President's name? Because he's from Chicago?
It seemed as if he was trying to slobber over the President by dropping his name, like so many in the national media have been doing for the past 8 years.
1 week, 5 days ago on NPR correspondent says Ernie Banks played for the White Sox
I never thought I'd see the day that NPR would join the rest of the main stream media with its slobbering affair of the President.
Poor, poor ESPN. They give the NFL billions to televise four quality games a year, yet they are willing to give the league even more money.
When will they learn?
1 week, 6 days ago on Should NFL analysts be offering to pay fines?
What is ESPN thinking on covering an event that they don't have the broadcasting rights?
"Welcome to the World Wide Leader in Sports, where if we don't have the broadcasting rights to your sport, we consider you to be in another world."
1 week, 6 days ago on ESPNFC writer praises Qatar after all expenses paid trip
She got an A in ESPN 101 in grad school. He final paper was entitled, "Starting the Echo."
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Selena Roberts is citing herself to trash Alex Rodriguez
@jayskrem Probably because he's from Nebraska.
2 weeks, 4 days ago on ESPN: The WorldWide Leader in random tweets
@nsbombers What is it with all the yelling and laughing like hyenas on all the "weekday network morning shows"?
It's a copy cat league.
2 weeks, 4 days ago on That Other Pregame Show doesn't take football too seriously in the right way
@crippenstation @sir boxington I'm not already watching NFL Today, and I'm sure not going to watch an hour long fantasy report.
The pre-game shows have never given me any info that is relevant to me.
@morganwick Are you one of the NFL PR people who scan blogs and comments sections?
The real answer I want to know from these people is: WHO SHOULD I VOTE FOR PRESIDENT?
2 weeks, 5 days ago on ESPN: The WorldWide Leader in random tweets
The NFL would rather have five days on consistent talk about the end of the game than making sure the outcome was fair and correct.
Are you really surprised by this in 2013? The 132 hours between midnight on Monday and noon Sunday are MORE important than any 60 minutes on the field.
2 weeks, 5 days ago on Real Tweets from Real People - Will the real rules analyst please stand up?
Was this the season ticket holder's idea?
2 weeks, 5 days ago on Get ready for more NFL flexing in 2014
"though the last hour is almost totally dedicated to fantasy football)"
2 weeks, 5 days ago on That Other Pregame Show doesn't take football too seriously in the right way
"surely ESPN learned their lesson and made it through the Rockets-Knicks highlight without an anchor having to come back on the air for a forced apology... right?"
Yes, the certainly learned their lesson. They had an opportunity for one of their announcers to make an outlandish statement that everyone in the blogosphere would make into something more than it is, and it would explode. Now, this stays in the news for a few more days, and more people go the four-letter website to see if it's still available.
Will they learn a lesson from this one and do it again? You can bet on it.
2 weeks, 6 days ago on Another SportsCenter anchor has to apologize for Jeremy Lin comment