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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Articles tagged: Bob Costas

Matt Lauer temporarily replacing Bob Costas for Olympic coverage

Bob Costas has temporarily accepted defeat. If you have watched any of NBC’s Olympic coverage since the start of the Sochi Games, you know that Costas has been battling a nasty case of pink eye. He made fun of himself for the infection earlier in the week, but it has gotten worse in recent days…Read More

Bob Costas and Mary Carillo drink vodka (Video)

Bob Costas convinced Mary Carillo to drink a glass of vodka with him for a great reason. During Monday night’s “Olympic Late Night” coverage, Costas and Carillo were holding glasses of vodka, though Costas admitted “I’m not really much of a vodka guy.” Carillo seemed stunned that the two were going to consume alcohol while…Read More

Bob Costas’ pink eye has spread to both eyes!

Bob Costas is really running into some terrible luck these days. When Costas first started appearing on TV from Sochi to promote NBC’s coverage of the Winter Olympics, the redness and infection in his left eye was quite visible, and he was wearing glasses. He didn’t take long to address the obvious and even made…Read More

Bob Costas is in on the Superman Fortress of Solitude joke

Welp, it’s official: the Fortress of Solitude jokes have reached Sochi. NBC host Bob Costas began his introduction to the network’s coverage of the Olympics on Saturday with a joke about his eye infection and his studio set looking like Superman’s setup. “Hi everybody, Bob Costas in Studio A at the International Broadcast Center, a…Read More

Bob Costas has pink eye and is wearing glasses in Sochi

If you saw Bob Costas doing Olympics work on NBC at all Thursday, your first question probably was “what the heck is up with Bob Costas’ eye?” and why is he wearing glasses? Turns out that the veteran broadcaster developed an eye infection that prevented him from putting in contact lenses, which is why he’s…Read More

Bob Costas: Bud Selig is trying to repair his steroid legacy

MLB has taken a harsh stance towards those who violate the league’s drug policy and seems insistent on moving past the “steroid era” of the game. Not only has the league instituted a strong drug testing program, but it is also working hard to enforce penalties. MLB went to great lengths to pursue the Biogenesis…Read More

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