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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Policing the Media

Sick of the Overhyped Managerial Jobs

When told over the weekend that the Patriots/Colts game received a ridiculous amount of media hype during the week, I was skeptical. I couldn’t pinpoint the reason why, but I didn’t feel like I got the full, Super-Bowl caliber dose of Pats/Colts all week. Then I figured it out: there was so much attention given…Read More

HBO President Rips Sports Illustrated for Lack of Boxing Coverage

Last we checked up on boxing, other than to present you the news of Old Field’s 9th loss, I was sharing with you Unsilent Majority’s great piece on the sports media burying boxing. UM’s premise was simple: Boxing is alive and well, you just wouldn’t know it because places like ESPN have it low on…Read More

Hardly a Eulogy for Skip Prosser

I’m going to go ahead and give the web editor who posted this the benefit of the doubt for the moment. After all, I’ve been rushed before and made mistakes that I later corrected. Anyone read this site? You could probably find a handful of mistakes on every page. So I’m really hoping that this…Read More

Joe Morgan Corrects Himself on Sunday Night Baseball (Audio)

I noted recently that Joe Morgan was caught making a mistake (also known as a lie) while telling a story on Sunday Night Baseball. He said that he helped the Phillies continue their notable 10 game losing streak with an RBI single in his major league debut back in 1964. Problem was, Morgan made his…Read More

Joe Morgan Is Officially Full of Crap

If there’s anything that could possibly make Jon Miller sound bad, it’s Joe Morgan. The guy is just horrible. He rambles on about every single little detail in a telecast and never lets go. And he makes a manager picking his nose sound like it’s a complicated baseball matter — some sort of sign being…Read More

Skip Bayless is officially an idiot; not impressed by a 1-hitter

OK, it’s official. We knew that Skip Bayless liked to argue, and that he has his way of dissuading people and diminishing all accomplishments. But Friday morning he took it to an all new low. The topic of Curt Schilling’s one-hitter against the A’s came up. There are several parts of the game that stood…Read More

Magic Letting Donovan Off the Hook

According to a report from the Orlando Sentinel as of early Monday morning. The Orlando Magic today will allow Billy Donovan out of his 5-year, $27.5 million contract that he signed on Friday. “It’s over,” said a source close to the situation. … Unless Donovan wakes up today and changes his mind, the Magic will…Read More

She’s a Hooker and a Stripper, Not a Dancer

This is really something I’ve stewed over for the past year or so, dating back to the time when the Duke lacrosse story was being reported on a regular basis. And to this day, when reference is made to the Duke lacrosse team, most notably on Monday when they lost in the national championship game…Read More

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