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FS1’s Joel Klatt calls ESPN’s Cal-Hawaii broadcast “appalling” and “rinky dink”

8 minutes agoSports : Awful Announcing

College football fans were happy to have their favorite sport back on Friday night with California and Hawaii playing in the Sydney Cup in Sydney, Australia. Fall Saturdays spent in front of the TV, at the tailgate, and in the stadium...Show More Summary

Brees says American flag is “sacred,” speaks out against Kapernick’s method of protest

Saints quarterback Drew Brees told ESPN he “wholeheartedly disagrees” with 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision to remain seated during the national anthem, in part because Brees believes the American flag is “sacred.” “He can speak out about a very important issue, but there’s plenty of other ways that you can do that in a peaceful…

Joel Klatt Rips ESPN's Broadcast Of Cal-Hawaii Game

1 hour agoSports : The Big Lead

Joel Klatt ripped ESPN’s coverage of the Cal-Hawaii game from Australia.

Report: Jorge Sedano to host new ESPN2 show, plus radio with Keyshawn Johnson

It looks like there are some big moves ahead for ESPN’s Jorge Sedano. Ryan Glasspiegel of The Big Lead reported Monday that Sedano is expected to be co-hosting a new ESPN2 studio show weekdays at 5 p.m. Eastern with Marly Rivera andShow More Summary

For ESPN reporter Holly Rowe, the job’s the thing, not cancer

A dedicated, feisty and informed journalist can’t wait for college football to kick off.        

Monday's TV/Radio listings (Aug. 29)

Event Time TV MLB Seattle at Rangers 7:05 ESPN FSSW Oakland at Houston 7:00 RSSW Equestrian Saratoga Live 3:00 FS2 Tennis U.S. Open First Round noon ESPN U.S. Open First Round 5:00 ESPN2 U.S. Open First Round 6:00 ESPN2 TODAY ON FOXShow More Summary

Keith Olbermann blasts John Skipper profile, “bloodbath caused by his mismanagement”

After Keith Olbermann’s ESPN deal wasn’t renewed last July (shortly after they reportedly asked him to “quit commentary“), his exit seemed remarkably amicable, and a far cry from the “napalmed bridges” he left after his first go-round. Show More Summary

Skip Bayless -- FS1 Trolls ESPN ... Billboards In Bristol (VIDEO)

Skip Bayless just left ESPN -- but he still lives on in Bristol -- courtesy of his new employer, FS1, which just put up a handful of billboards trolling the mothership right in the center of ESPN country.  Of course, Skip recently ended…

Brett Hundley, Jeff Janis return to practice for Packers, who also cut six guys

The Packers are blessed with enough offensive options that their backups get more attention than some teams’ starters. And they got two guys they haven’t seen enough of back on the field Monday. Via Rob Demovsky of, backup quarterback Brett Hundley and wide receiver Jeff Janis returned to practice today. Janis has been out…

Borussia Dortmund reject Liverpool’s £11m bid for Christian Pulisic, loan move possible [ESPN]

Pulisic in action for Dortmund By Paul Morrissey Monday, August 29th, 2016 18:45 Liverpool’s bid for Pulisic It was reported over the weekend that Liverpool had made a bid for Borussia Dortmund’s teenage sensation Christian Pulisic, to the tune of 11m pounds. As former manager of Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp still has his finger on the […]

Brent Musburger’s third year in exile at SEC Network is a travesty

I hope you cherish watching Brent Musburger call the Clemson-Auburn game this weekend on ESPN, because unless you’re an SEC die-hard, it’s probably the last you’ll see of him in 2016. That’s because after Week 1, Musburger will be exiled to the SEC Network for the third straight year. Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade’s tragedy explains why athletes speak out, no matter the consequences

Terrible tragedies like the death of Wade’s cousin due to gun violence are powerful motivating factors, as they should be. On Thursday, Dwyane Wade appeared during an ESPN town hall about gun violence and athletes’ roles in helping to solve the issue. Show More Summary

ESPN’s rising cable fee is now up to over $7 per subscriber per month

Much has been made in modern times about the cord cutting phenomenon and ESPN’s number of subscribers suffering a precipitous drop.  ESPN has lost about 10 million pay TV subscribers over the past three years, even in spite of a slight uptick recently. Show More Summary

The Football Four Podcast with ESPN's Paul Finebaum

The provocative analyst from the SEC Network and ESPN joins to talk about the 2016 kickoff        

Stork fails physical, trade rescinded

One of the most complicated trades involving a conditional seventh-round pick ever has officially been rescinded. Center Bryan Stork failed his physical with the Redskins Monday, ESPN 980 in Washington D.C. reported, meaning he won’t be joining the team the Patriots traded him to last week. Stork had contemplated retirement and the Redskins weren’t sure…

Terrance Knighton Cut by Patriots: Latest Comments and Reaction

Four months after signing with the New England Patriots, veteran defensive tackle Terrance Knighton has been cut by the team. Knighton confirmed the move on Twitter: ESPN's Mike Reiss noted that Knighton didn't play in New England's preseason game Friday against the Carolina Panthers, seeming to signal the move was coming. More to follow. Read more NFL news on

Giants Become 2nd Team with 3 Triples in an Inning This Season

The San Francisco Giants accomplished a rare feat in Sunday's 13-4 win over the Atlanta Braves, joining the Cleveland Indians as the only teams to record three triples in an inning this season, per ESPN Stats & Info. Sunday's outburst...Show More Summary

Report: Doug Collins to leave studio and call NBA games for ESPN

12 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

With ESPN airing more games as part of its new NBA rights deal, it will shift responsibilities among its analysts. One of those whose on-air duties will change is Doug Collins, who has been part of ESPN’s NBA Countdown team since 2013. Show More Summary

Report: Veteran lineman Cullen Jenkins to work out for Washington

Washington may be looking for some defensive line depth, and they’re checking to see if a familiar face has any tread left on his tires. According to former tight end Chris Cooley of ESPN 980, Washington is working out longtime defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins. The 35-year-old Jenkins played all 16 games for the Giants last…

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