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Saturday, August 1, 2015


Matt Millen leaving ESPN for FOX Sports/Big Ten Network

Good news, fans: you won’t have to hear Matt Millen on ESPN in the future. The bad news is you’ll be seeing him on FOX Sports and the Big Ten Network. Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand reported Monday that Millen is leaving ESPN for FOX Sports, which owns 51 percent of Big Ten Network. He…Read More

Mallory Edens rips Chris Sheridan for calling her ‘trophy daughter’

Mallory Edens, the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wesley Edens, is not pleased with an NBA reporter who referred to her as a “trophy daughter” in a column on Tuesday night. Chris Sheridan, who runs his own NBA website now after working for ESPN and the Associated Press, mentioned how the NBA has instituted a…Read More

Brian Windhorst, other reporter upset over Stephen Curry’s daughter

Most of us felt that Stephen Curry bringing his adorable 2-year-old daughter to the podium with him after Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals on Tuesday was one of the highlights of the postseason. A select few were bothered by it. Both ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and Star-News Online’s ACC insider Brett Friedlander want athletes…Read More

Report: Bill Simmons already done with ESPN on all platforms

ESPN president John Skipper announced last week that the World Wide Leader will not be renewing Bill Simmons’ contract when it expires in September. Apparently Simmons is leaving much sooner than that. How much sooner? According to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated, Simmons is essentially already gone. He has worked out an agreement with ESPN…Read More

Bill Simmons leaving ESPN

ESPN president John Skipper announced on Friday morning that Bill Simmons is leaving the company. Skipper said in a statement that negotiations between Simmons and the Worldwide Leader were ongoing but he decided not to bring back “The Sports Guy.” “I decided today that we are not going to renew Bill Simmons’ contract. We have…Read More

Chris ‘Mad Dog’ Russo goes ballistic on Tom Brady Sr. (Audio)

To the surprise of no one, Tom Brady’s father, Tom Brady Sr., defended the New England Patriots quarterback on Wednesday amid accusations that Brady cheated by ordering team employees to underinflate footballs. “This was Framegate right from the beginning,” Brady Sr. told Jim Corbett of USA Today Sports. No one is more angry about the…Read More

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