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Cossack was on post 7am. Possibly just on the pre-race show.
For ESPN not to acknowledge the incident for two hours is unconscionable for the "Worldwide Leader". Especially since they were televising the NASCAR race the next day and would probably have more people in the loop at Watkins Glen.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://awfulannouncing.com/2014/how-the-networks-covered-the-tony-stewart-kevin-ward-tragedy.html
Never heard of it until today.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://awfulannouncing.com/2014/say-goodbye-to-sports-on-earth-as-you-know-it.html
The announcers couldn't have cared less, too.
8 months, 1 week ago on Real Tweets from Real People - The Slam Dunk Contest is dead... again
For the past two or three years I've been able to watch 9 or 10 of the EPL games each weekend on my TV in English between FSC, FSC+ and ESPN, with judicious use of my DVR. This will no longer be the case.
To say the NBC game coverage is staggering and more than expected is just wrong. It's a step back. I'll have to take the money I used to pay for FSC+ and apply it to an internet feed that just isn't the same as watching my 62' behemoth.
Also, I expect we won't be able to watch each match in it's own capsule, as we can with FSC's coverage right now. I can watch most games each weekend without spoiling the result through a ticker or a commentary team giving away results of other games. I'm sure NBC will do away with the ITV-produced international feed of games which presents each game on it's own. I'm not likely to tape a game and watch it if NBC spoils the result.
Will the EPL be more accessible to the masses? Yes. Will the hardcore EPL fan get the same level of coverage on TV that we have now? No.
1 year, 6 months ago on NBC reveals English Premier League coverage plans | April | 2013
You may run like Hayes. but you spell like shit.
2 years ago on Screengrab Snafu: TBS doesn't know Willie Mays either