It's SEC-FCS Challenge Week, y'all. Turn up. Montage via ESPN's College GameDay. This Saturday in the SEC, the following games happen: Charleston Southern-Georgia Eastern Kentucky-Florida (It's called FCS now, Coach.) Samford-Auburn Western...Show More Summary
Harvard would like you to know that Harvard is very smart, and Yale is not very smart. For the first time in its history, ESPN's College GameDay goes to Boston for the Harvard-Yale rivalry. Before we get started with the funny signs,...Show More Summary
ESPN's College GameDay crew is in Cambridge this morning for today's decisive Yale-Harvard game, and the Crimson snooty-snoots brought out their best for this morning's show. Here's the top signs that aired on TV today: Read more...
About a week ago, retired baseball star Curt Schilling took to Twitter to criticize, of all things, evolution: It went on like that for a while.One of the people responding to Schilling's ignorant tweets was ESPN baseball writer -- and therefore, Schilling's work colleague -- Keith Law:
Keith Law, one of the best baseball columnists in the business today was suspended by ESPN for arguing on twitter with creationists (including former major leaguer, Curt Schilling. Schilling, the former pitcher who rejoined ESPN as a baseball analyst in September after eight months away to deal with mouth cancer, took to Twitter on Nov. [...]
The Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are getting set to do battle at Memorial Stadium. The game will kick off at noon EST and will be televised on ESPN. Both teams are coming off tough losses last week. Minnesota...Show More Summary
Curt Schilling fought the Law--and the Law lost. ESPN has strangely suspended baseball commentator Keith Law from Twitter after he ridiculed critics of evolution, including the former pitcher, on his account. The network contends that the timeout has nothing--"absolutely nothing," in fact--to do with Law's evangelical Darwinism. Show More Summary
Mike Golic, one half of the ESPN morning show “Mike and Mike,” had a bet going with his co-host, Mike Greenberg, involving their respective alma maters. If Notre Dame lost to Northwestern, Golic would have to recreate the recently inescapable Kim Kardashian “Break the Internet” photo. No, I won’t provide a link to the image of Kim […]
An argument of creationism vs. evolution has led to the latest ESPN Twitter suspension.
When the Washington Wizards and Cleveland Cavaliers lock horns Friday night ( 8 p.m. ET on ESPN), the matchup could awaken an NBA rivalry that has been dormant for years. During LeBron James’ first stint with the Cavaliers, he helped eliminate the Wizards from the playoffs in three consecutive seasons (2006-2008). Show More Summary
The Longhorns will be without their star guard for at least a month. Texas point guard Isaiah Taylor broke his wrist in the Longhorns' victory over Iowa on Thursday night, coach Rick Barnes told ESPN. Taylor does not yet have a definitive...Show More Summary
ESPN has reportedly suspended MLB writer Keith Law from Twitter after a contentious argument about evolution with fellow ESPNer Curt Schilling last week. Deadspin initially reported the suspension earlier on Friday evening, and many that read the details felt that his suspension was ridiculous. Show More Summary
Heavy-tweetin' ESPN baseball writer Keith Law has been noticeably silent for the last couple of days. That's no coincidence—he's been given a Twitter timeout by ESPN, and we're told that it's for loudly and repeatedly defending Charles Darwin from transitional fossil Curt Schilling, his Bristol colleague. Read more...
Kim Kardashian looked to "break the Internet" with her recent nude photos published in Paper magazine, and while the Internet appears to still be working, the influence of her famous rear end has stretched far and wide. How far and wide,...Show More Summary
An ESPN poll of college coaches shows that many already want more teams involved. This will be the first season in which we see the College Football Playoff take place, pitting four teams against each other to determine one true champion. Show More Summary
The injury issues continue to pile up for Lamar Miller and the Miami Dolphins running backs. Miller is questionable for Week 12 with knee and shoulder issues. According to James Walker of ESPN, Miller's had a lingering shoulder issue,...Show More Summary
Having Nick Perry around made it easier for the Packers to shift Clay Matthews inside. But if Perry’s not able to go this weekend, it could force them to go back to the old plan. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Perry is questionable for Sunday’s game with the Vikings because of a shoulder injury, and…
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Mississippi State safety Justin Cox has reportedly been suspended indefinitely after being involved in an off-campus incident early Friday morning. Brett McMurphy of ESPN passed along word of the Bulldogs' decision: The Starkville Daily News provided further information about the incident: Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department Lt. Show More Summary
The consensus among media draft analysts, from ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay (both subscription required) to CBS Sports’ Rob Rang and Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, is that Oregon’s Marcus Mariota and Florida State’s Jameis Winston...Show More Summary