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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Media

Pam Oliver: Fox Sports on-air people are young, blond and hot

Fox Sports announced earlier this summer that Erin Andrews will be taking over for Pam Oliver for the networks top NFL broadcast team for the 2014 season, and Oliver openly admits she didn’t take the news all that well. In an essay she wrote for Essence, the 53-year-old industry veteran admitted she was “humiliated” when…Read More

NY Daily News will no longer use Redskins nickname or logo

The New York Daily News announced on Thursday that it will no longer be using the Washington Redskins team logo or nickname in its print and online publications. “Enormously popular and deeply ingrained in sporting culture, the Redskins name is a throwback to a vanished era of perniciously casual racial attitudes,” the Daily News said…Read More

ESPN’s John Anderson: USC is a ‘clown college’

ESPN’s John Anderson said what a lot of people are thinking on Wednesday when senior cornerback Josh Shaw admitted he was lying about saving his 7-year-old nephew. The Trojans have dealt with a lot of distractions in recent years and rarely ever have a season of just football. Take it away, John. “If you go…Read More

Michael Sam is not showering with teammates, according to ESPN

Michael Sam seems to be adjusting to life in the NFL quite well, at least on the field. Sam, who made headlines on Saturday when he sacked Johnny Manziel and flashed the money sign, appears likely to make the St. Louis Rams 53-man roster. But what about his showering habits? It’s important that we hear…Read More

Jeff Fisher has great response to Adam Schefter report

Adam Schefter is one of the most well-connected, accurate and resourceful reporters in the NFL. The guy constantly breaks scoops and provides insightful information. Sometimes breaking that news and sharing information doesn’t go over well with the club it affects. After Sam Bradford left Saturday’s preseason game with a left knee injury, Schefter provided an…Read More

Neil Everett angry with ESPN over lack of Jason Bitsko death coverage (Video)

ESPN on-air personality Neil Everett took a very brief but very blatant shot at his employer during Thursday morning’s edition of SportsCenter. Everett was clearly upset over the lack of coverage ESPN gave to Jason Bitsko, the 21-year-old Kent State football player who was found dead in his off-campus apartment on Wednesday. Bitsko, who received…Read More

ESPN screws up big time with Kevin Ward Jr. funeral tweet

ESPN sent an extremely unfortunate tweet from their NASCAR account on Thursday afternoon. Funeral services for the late Kevin Ward Jr. were held on Thursday in upstate New York, where more than 700 mourners flooded South Lewis Senior High School to pay their respects. Here is the tweet NASCAR on ESPN sent and quickly deleted,…Read More

Max Kellerman suspended by ESPN for domestic violence story

Max Kellerman was suspended by ESPN for his on-air discussion about domestic violence that took place on ESPN Radio LA earlier this week. ESPN would not confirm nor deny the suspension, but the New York Daily News says the network issued a statement saying Kellerman will return to his regular jobs on Thursday. Kellerman co-hosts…Read More

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