Tuesday, May 12 New York Mets at Chicago Cubs (MLBN 8 pm) Bob Costas, Jim Kaat & Tom Verducci [alt: Giants at Astros] Wednesday, May 13 Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (MLBN 3:30 pm) Local Broadcast [alt: Nationals at D’backs] New...Show More Summary
Bob Costas, one of the more respected voices in sports, appeared on the TODAY Show on Tuesday to talk about the fall-out from the (...)
This is the most Bob Costas moment in the history of Bob Costas pic.twitter.com/tIIj8vWlhC May 8, 2015 Read more...
In addition to his work at HBO, MLB Network and of course, NBC, Bob Costas is known to be one of the many distinguished alumni of Syracuse University and in particular, the Newhouse School of Public Communication where noted sportscasters...Show More Summary
The debate surrounding Floyd Mayweather and his place as an all-time boxing great has raged on for the past decade. His detractors will point to the fact that his opponents have been handpicked, while others spend time wondering how Mayweather would have stacked up against some of the greats of the 1980s—including the iconic Sugar Ray Leonard. Show More Summary
That’s one way to keep a crowd engaged.
Early-season baseball can be a little slow. A lot of players are still working off their yips, either making inexcusable errors, or worse sometimes, seemingly not doing much at all. For long stretches, it was the latter that plagued Friday night’s marathon game between the Red Sox and the Yankees that Boston finally — finally – won 6-5 […]
NBC sportscaster Bob Costas says he's intrigued by the idea reducing Major League Baseball's regular season back to 154 games, and has a smart plan on how to do it without costing the owners money. MLB's rookie commissioner Rob Manfred recently said that he is open to the idea of shortening the regular season back to 154 games. Show More Summary
In Marv Albert, Bob Costas and Al Michaels, you could argue that they could belong on a Mount Rushmore of broadcasters from the modern era. And while this site has done its share of Mount Rushmore polls, we’ll leave that argument for another time. Show More Summary
This past Friday, sportscaster (and anti-gun advocate) Bob Costas was on HBO's Real Time With Bill Maher, where he scoffed at the criticism he’s received for making many anti-gun statements: “Is this what the Founding Fathers had in mind? … That private citizens should be able to purchase cop-killer, armor piercing bullets? That you should be able to have a AK-47?”
NBC Sports host Bob Costas and Real Time’s Bill Maher argued against partisan rhetoric and “political correctness” during an interview on Friday, as well as President Barack Obama’s refusal to use the phrase “Islamic extremism.” “You need people on the left...
Bob Costas joined Bill Maher tonight to talk politics, guns, and the politically correct "bullsht" that both of them are getting tired of.
Photographer Thomas Whiteside follows up his Wonderland shoot with Bob Dylan’s grandson Levi, with a new rebellious spring story featuring model Nicholas Costa. Collaborating with stylist Julian Jesus, Whiteside captures a raw narrative as Nicholas joins Bevin Bru for relaxed, grungy images. Show More Summary
When it comes to great performances by real life announcers in sports movies, there’s only one clear choice for the best ever – Bob Uecker as Cleveland Indians announcer Harry Doyle in the Major League movies. (Bob Costas telling Al...Show More Summary
For the most part, Tom Brady eluded Bob Costas' probing questions on Deflategate.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell did not make himself available for an interview on NBC just hours before the start of Super Bowl XLIX. Neil Best of Newsday shared the news, via NBC's Bob Costas: The news comes on the heels of Goodell touting his accessibility to the media during his annual Super Bowl press conference Friday, via Don Van Natta Jr. Show More Summary
During the marathon Super Bowl pregame show, Tom Brady spoke to NBC's Bob Costas for a direct interview about one of the more humiliating moments of his career. The President of the United States held a sit-down (well, stand-up in the White House kitchen) interview. Show More Summary
Bob Costas, during NBC’s Super Bowl XLIX pregame show Sunday, revealed that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had turned down his request for an interview during the run-up to the league’s biggest game of the year. It was rather rich because, on Friday, Goodell told reporters during his annual “State of the NFL” press conference that […]
On Friday, Roger Goodell told the media he has been available "almost every day."
Bob Costas's honesty about guns and suicide/homicide in his Sunday football broadcast inspires Julie Hersh to break her silence about this issue.