In the past week or so, we have learned more about Jim Nantz than most of us ever wished to know. Take, for example, the legendary broadcaster’s borderline obsession with burnt toast.
The CBS TV family decided to go all-out for the national championship game once again in March Madness, and that meant running the title game on three different channels.
Craig Sager has received an enormous amount of support during his battle with leukemia. On Saturday, he received encouraging words from a former heavyweight boxing champion.
Brian Windhorst responded on Twitter to those who think he fell asleep during an appearance on SportsCenter Tuesday.
Curt Schilling will continue working for ESPN despite his political comments about presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, according to a report.
Gawker Media owner Nick Denton issued a statement on Friday after a jury awarded Hulk Hogan $115 million in damages over the company publishing a private sex tape of him.
Swin Cash is one of the newer faces on the CBS/Turner network family of March Madness coverage, and she has been a great addition.
Matt Hasselbeck will be going from playing in primetime last season to appearing on TV in primetime next season.