I’ve been wondering about this question the past week considering the blitzkrieg of WBC press by ESPN lately.
Policing the Media
This is like the dream scenario for me. I’m a huge Billy Gillispie fan, having gone on the record a long time ago saying that it was a great hire for Kentucky. I still feel that way.
The first second I saw that NBC had hired Matt Millen to provide in-studio analysis for the NFL playoffs, I was outraged.
Between the DUI at age 19 and now this picture of him clearing a chamber, I’d say Michael Phelps needs to start exercising better judgment.
Ed Werder has been taking a lot of heat for his story during the season in which he said T.O. was jealous of Jason Witten’s relationship with Tony Romo on and off the field.
Every once in a while watching sports on TV becomes so frustrating that I have no choice but to write about it.
I understand the way things work in sports broadcasting — the analyst jobs usually go to popular athletes who have retired or coaches who have recently been fired.
So first we had enthusiastic “Cowboy Chris” heckle ESPN reporter Ed Werder for “yellow journalism” and his use of “anonymous sources.” Maybe T.O.