Archive for the ‘ESPN’ Category

Jason Whitlock comments about the Imus "story"

April 13, 2007

Jason Whitlock was on Colin Cowherd’s show on ESPN Radio today. He offers a refreshing take on one of the most blown out of proportion media stories since…Anna Nicole Smith’s death. Wait that wasn’t that long ago. Oh that’s right the “news” media does this upwards of 15 times a year. I’m bored just typing this.

Anyways, this is among the best things you will hear on or about the insanely boring Imus “story”.

http://insider.espn.go.com/insider/espnradio/player?id=2836360

Jason Whitlock comments about the Imus "story"

April 13, 2007

Jason Whitlock was on Colin Cowherd’s show on ESPN Radio today. He offers a refreshing take on one of the most blown out of proportion media stories since…Anna Nicole Smith’s death. Wait that wasn’t that long ago. Oh that’s right the “news” media does this upwards of 15 times a year. I’m bored just typing this.

Anyways, this is among the best things you will hear on or about the insanely boring Imus “story”.

http://insider.espn.go.com/insider/espnradio/player?id=2836360

Good Commentary by ESPN’s Michael Smith

March 20, 2007

If you have ESPN’s Insider, check out the Sports Bash interview with NFL insider Michael Smith. He does an excellent job analyzing the Colts performance in free agency.

ESPN insider is freaking expensive (about 50 for the year), but comepletely worth it. Combined with the ESPN toolbar, you can have instant access to a ton of info about your favorite teams, as soon as it’s available online. They do a nice job podcasting the key segments of their radio show throughout the day, so that when people are talking about the Horseshoe, you can hear it without having to weed through hours of pointless banter about T.O. or Tom Brady’s illegitmate children.

Landmark Reporting from ESPN’s Scoop Jackson

February 23, 2007

Gotta love the retardedness that follows (from this article http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=jackson/070222)

“Scoop Jackson: Let’s get to a real situation: li’l Timmy is 14 now. How do you handle it if he comes home from school or, better yet, you get a call from a hospital that says that he’s been beaten by a group of gay kids in reaction to what you said about them?

Tim Hardaway: That’s wrong.”

Somewhere tonight 14 year old Tim Hardway Jr. is cowering in fear because he knows a roving gang of gay teens are gunning for him. My money is on either the Sharks or the Jets…