ESPN’s College GameDay is back! And while today’s signs were subpar (as is always expected at neutral sites), there were a few winners. Here are our favorites. Read more...
A new era of College GameDay began Saturday in Fort Worth, as Rece Davis took over for longtime show host Chris Fowler. Fowler had (...)
Devon Alexander will take on Aron Martinez as the former titleholder looks to get back in the win column on October 14. In what can only be described as a fairly lackluster main event, Devon Alexander will face Aron Martinez in the next PBC on ESPN event on October 14, according to Dan Rafael of ESPN.com. Show More Summary
Remember when sports networks would do everything they could to avoid talking about point spreads and gambling? Yea, we’re done with those days. We now live in a time when commissioners are penning open letters to fully legalize sports...Show More Summary
Former Georgia linebacker David Pollock showed off his insane hops on College GameDay Saturday, doing a 52-inch box jump while (...)
We got jokes in Ft. Worth. The first edition of ESPN College GameDay of the 2015 season is here, and the Ft. Worth Stockyards are looking lively. Here's some of the best signs thus far in the GameDay crowd. This will be updated as the...Show More Summary
ESPN’s 30 for 30 series branched out into a series of shorts three years ago, telling stories that deserve to be told but may not have enough content to fill a full hour-long (well, 42 minute) 30 for 30. Many of the shorts throughout...Show More Summary
J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones are locked in a battle to be Ohio State’s starting quarterback, but even though Jones is trying to (...)
Minnesota comes into the matchup with little hype and little known about the team. Two extremely optimistic radio hosts on 1500 ESPN made their forecasts for the Gophers football season on Thursday by predicting Jerry Kill’s team would go 9-3 and 6-2 in the Big Ten. He went down in the first quarter, tried to
Swiss stars Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka will both be in action during Saturday's afternoon session, as Day 6 of the 2015 US Open will serve up a number of tantalising clashes. The Tennis Channel and ESPN will provide full coverage...Show More Summary
The NFL career of Christian Ponder is about to take another hit. Ponder is expected to be cut by the Raiders today, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports. That means the Raiders have wasted $1.5 million on Ponder, which is the signing bonus they gave him this offseason. At the time, the Raiders thought Ponder would…
Joined ESPN.com in 2010. If you’ll remember, the Buckeyes showed offered a tribute after the ’07 shooting by wearing VT logos on their helmets at their spring game that year. “You’ve got the defending national champions coming to town and they’ve got an extremely talented group”, he said. At some point you’re guaranteed to go,
But he hasn’t played a regular season game since 2012 and was out of football after New England released him two years ago until Eagles coach Chip Kelly signed him this spring. As of right now, the Eagles have four Quarterbacks on their roster, with one expected to be either traded or sent to the
For the first time, fans can watch all the US Open tennis they want over the Labor Day weekend without changing channels – ESPN2 will start the day Friday-Monday at 11 a.m. ET and won’t go off the air until they turn off the lights on Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Dan Le Batard is officially moving his talk show to 10am eastern on ESPN Radio, the slot formerly occupied by Colin Cowherd. And while Le Batard was one of Colin’s most vocal supporters, the move actually pits the 46 year-old in direct competition with the former ESPN host. Show More Summary
Fred Jackson’s career will march on to Seattle. Jackson, the aging veteran running back who was cut by the Bills this week, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Seahawks, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The 34-year-old Jackson appears to have lost a step and is coming off a season in which he…
Israel Gutierrez, a former columnist for The Miami Herald and one of the faces of ESPN’s Around the Horn, has come out as gay (and engaged!) in an emotional blog entry posted on his website Friday. Writes Gutierrez: I’m gay, which plenty of peo… The post ESPN’s Israel Gutierrez Comes Out as Gay: ‘I’m So Happy Right Now’ appeared first on Towleroad.
ESPN announced it on Friday.
Pictured: David Kitchen (left) & Gutierrez | Photo Courtesy Izzy Gutierrez ESPN's Israel Gutierrez, 38, is an NBA columnist for ESPN.com and a regular panelist on ESPN's Around the Horn and The Sports Reporters. Today, he publicly came out in an emotional blog post. "I've been agonizing for months trying to figure out how to do this. Show More Summary
If you're in a deep fantasy football draft, you need to do just a little more homework. Plus, you can't trust the platform rankings as much as other owners. Here's a list of tight ends you'll want to throw into your queue once you get to the later rounds. Show More Summary