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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Media

Jalen Rose to shave head, goatee, eyebrows after Lions loss

Jalen Rose was so upset with the lack of support for his Detroit Lions prior to “Monday Night Football,” he made an outrageous wager. The ESPN NBA analyst said he’d shave his head, goatee, and eyebrows if the Lions lost to the Bears. What bugged Rose was seeing ESPN’s entire “Monday Night Countdown” staff pick…Read More

Jason Babin duped by Bleacher Report trade suggestion

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin was duped on Wednesday by a trade suggestion from the sports website “Bleacher Report,” and began to wonder if he was traded to the Ravens like the article suggested. The Eagles are on a bye week and made a big move on Tuesday when they fired defensive coordinator Juan…Read More

Joe Buck takes cable car from Giants-49ers to AT&T Park for NLCS

Sunday was a day to remember for FOX announcer Joe Buck who lived out most sports fans’ dreams by getting to call a premier NFL game and MLB playoff game back-to-back. Buck was at Candlestick Park in San Francisco for a 1:25 PM PT kickoff between the 49ers and New York Giants. After announcing the…Read More

Charlie Weis, Kansas trying to intimidate student reporter

Charlie Weis continues to have issues with the student newspaper at Kansas University. The Jayhawks football coach expressed his displeasure with the The University Daily Kansan last week for running a cover image that called the Jayhawks “Road Kill” for Kansas State prior to last Saturday’s game. Weis wrote the following two tweets in response…Read More

Michael Wilbon, Dan Steinberg spar over D.C. as a sports town

Michael Wilbon, whom you know from his work as a co-host on PTI and ESPN/ABC’s NBA coverage, got into a sparring match with The Washington Post’s Dan Steinberg over Washington D.C.’s status as a sports town. The Internet fight began over Wilbon’s criticism of D.C. as a sports town in the DC sports issue of…Read More

Jeanie Buss can’t watch Lakers games on TV

The Los Angeles Lakers’ new TV deal will prevent even Lakers executive Jeanie Buss from watching the team’s games on TV. The Lakers signed a 20-year, $3 billion deal with Time Warner Cable in February 2011. Time Warner created two new regional sports channels — Time Warner SportsNet, and the Spanish language Deportes — to…Read More

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