When Mike Tirico joined NBC shortly after they won the rights to broadcast Thursday Night Football, it was widely assumed that he would become the voice of that particular package.
Longtime ESPN journalist and television personality John Saunders has passed away. He was 61.
Saunders had been with ESPN since 1986 and was one of the network’s most recognizable on-air faces.
When SEC Network announced it had hired Jordan Rodgers as an analyst, many thought it was an attempt by the network to capitalize on the former Vanderbilt quarterback’s newfound television fame
A report claiming Yasiel Puig stormed out of Dodger Stadium Monday night after the team informed him he would be traded or demoted turned out to be inaccurate, but Puig has forgiven the reporter who
Skip Bayless has officially announced that he is moving from ESPN to Fox Sports 1, where he will host his own daily program starting on Sept. 6.
ESPN is going to have a much different look this NFL season with its on-air talent, and the ongoing overhaul apparently includes Tom Jackson.
Real Salt Lake issued a statement to explain their controversial decision to not credential a local columnist for Saturday’s game against the New England Revolution.
You couldn’t pay Charles Barkley enough money to start using Twitter — literally.