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Sunday, February 1, 2015

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Stuart Scott ESPYs speech revisited (Video)

Longtime ESPN anchor Stuart Scott lost his battle with cancer on Sunday at the age of 49. Among the many things Scott will be remembered for is his incredible acceptance speech at the 2014 ESPY Awards. Scott was presented with the Jimmy V Perseverance Award in July. His speech was powerful enough to make most…Read More

Stuart Scott dies at 49

Stuart Scott has lost his battle with cancer. ESPN announced on Sunday morning that the 49-year-old has passed away. “ESPN and everyone in the sports world have lost a true friend and a uniquely inspirational figure in Stuart Scott,” ESPN president John Skipper said in a statement. “Who engages in mixed martial arts training in…Read More

Reporter Shannon Hogan forgot Anders Lee’s name (Video)

A surprisingly successful season continued for the New York Islanders on Monday night as they came away with an overtime victory over the Washington Capitals. We’ll talk more about that after we discuss the painfully awkward exchange that took place between MSG Networks reporter Shannon Hogan and a player. Hogan caught up with Islanders center…Read More

Arizona fan starts petition to ban Bill Walton from calling Wildcats games

An Arizona basketball fan named Joel Laos has started an official petition to ban Bill Walton from calling Wildcats game. The petition, which is currently running on Change.org and is addressed to ESPN and the Pac-12 Network, pleads with Arizona fans to “make Arizona basketball watchable again” by removing Walton from the air. Of course,…Read More

Bomani Jones calls out Colin Cowherd for John Wall criticism (Video)

We’re not used to seeing ESPN personalities call out their co-workers, so it was a surprise to hear Bomani Jones do that to Colin Cowherd on Tuesday. Jones was co-hosting “Highly Questionable” and one of the topics was John Wall. Jones talked about some of Cowherd’s infamous criticism of Wall following the rookie’s NBA debut…Read More

Jay Glazer calls ESPN ‘lying bastards’ for stealing Johnny Manziel report

Jay Glazer of FOX Sports was the first person to report that Johnny Manziel will start against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 15. Not surprisingly, ESPN was hesitant to acknowledge that. Shortly after Glazer tweeted that the Cleveland Browns have informed Manziel he is taking over for Brian Hoyer, ESPN coincidentally obtained the same information…Read More

Adrian Dater fired by Denver Post, says he has substance abuse problems

The Denver Post fired hockey writer Adrian Dater on Wednesday, a few days after some of his improper social media conduct was exposed. Some of Dater’s improper social media behavior included asking a woman for nude photos via Twitter’s direct messaging, and telling another woman she was not worth arguing hockey over because she is…Read More

Mark Schlereth burns Skip Bayless over QB rankings

Most people cannot stand Skip Bayless and his trolling ways, and ESPN employees are no exception. Bayless decided to offer up an opinion nobody was asking for regarding Jay Cutler and Matthew Stafford, who will face each other in an NFC North matchup on Thanksgiving. Here are Bayless’ thoughts: Give me Jay Cutler over Matthew…Read More

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