ESPN has been undergoing some significant changes in recent months, and one of the most surprising could be the end of the long-running “Mike & Mike” radio show.
Someone working at a Starbucks in Los Angeles sure has a sense of humor and knows their sports media personalities.
One of the first things Clemson coach Dabo Swinney did after his team pulled off an incredible comeback against Alabama Monday night was blast Colin Cowherd, and the FOX radio personality understands
Bill Walton is one of the personalities ESPNU has on its telecast as part of its “megacast” for the National Championship Game, and the broadcasting legend was in peak form.
Richard Sherman decided recently that he no longer wanted to speak with the media, but he made an exception for ESPN’s Ed Werder.
Sundays are going to look and feel a lot different at ESPN next fall, as longtime broadcaster Chris Berman is stepping down from his current in the network’s NFL studio.
Al Michaels’ affinity for all things gambling-related is not lost on Joe Buck.
The Philadelphia Eagles attempted to eject a writer from the press box during Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to multiple reporters.