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Friday, November 27, 2015


Don Orsillo gives moving farewell to Red Sox fans on NESN (Video)

Don Orsillo broadcasted his final game as the play-by-play voice of the Boston Red Sox on NESN TV Sunday, and it was an emotional day. Orsillo was a beloved figure who teamed with Jerry Remy to be the voices of the Sox on TV during a time when the team turned it around from disappointments…Read More

Female reporters blocked from NFL locker room

Two female reporters were blocked from entering an NFL locker room on Sunday by an older male who did not think women were allowed in the sacred quarters. Graham Watson, who covers college football for Yahoo Sports, and Joey Chandler of The Tuscaloosa News, were covering Sunday’s game between the Colts and Jaguars as part…Read More

Jason Whitlock, ESPN part ways again

Jason Whitlock and ESPN have parted ways once again as the two sides agreed to a buyout. Whitlock worked for FOX Sports from 2007-2013 but left to join ESPN, where he was expected to create and head up their “Black Grantland” project, which is still in the works as “The Undefeated.” “We have mutually agreed…Read More

Full, unedited Dabo Swinney ESPN interview video

ESPN explained that a transmission error was to blame for the network cutting out of its postgame interview with Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney on Saturday night, so conspiracy theorists can cool their jets. Some thought ESPN might have cut out because they didn’t like his message about God, or maybe because he had cursed,…Read More

Bill Simmons rips ESPN some more: They did not support Grantland

Bill Simmons rolled out the first several episodes of his new podcast this week, and those who have wanted to hear his take on what went wrong with ESPN have not been disappointed. Simmons has already spent a significant amount of time bashing his former employer on “The Bill Simmons Podcast.” In Friday’s edition, he…Read More

Jon Gruden salary is high – supposedly paid $6.5 million by ESPN

All those rumors about NFL teams being interested in Jon Gruden have certainly paid off — at least for the former coach. According to information shared by James Andrew Miller, the author of the ESPN book, Gruden makes around $6.5 million a year to serve as an analyst for ESPN. The matter came up when…Read More

Stephen A. Smith ripped on Twitter over ignorant baseball tweet

For the second time in three days, Stephen A. Smith’s poor use of Twitter is making headlines. On Sunday it was his tweet about Jay Cutler that got him in trouble. On Tuesday it was a tweet about the Yankees showing his embarrassingly little knowledge of the team that led to the backlash. Andrew Miller,…Read More

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