By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam Despite earlier reports that Bob Costas would be hosting the 2016 Golden Goggle Awards, Dan Hicks is now taking over hosting duties for the event. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Dan Hicks to Replace Bob Costas as Golden Goggles Host
It doesn't get any worse than this. The United States men's national team never does well away to Costa Rica. Steve Sampson, Bruce Arena and Bob Bradley all oversaw losses in San Jose before Jurgen Klinsmann rolled around, so a defeat there is no surprise. Show More Summary
Whatever you might think of Bob Costas, interviewing him is likely to yield something intriguing. He’s not going to just give a fluff answer to a question. He was asked his opinion on a topic, so he’ll give it. (The need to share that...Show More Summary
TPM: During MSNBC’s post-debate coverage that spanned into the early hours of the Thursday morning, Washington Post reporter Bob Costa remarked on something Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told him in the spin room about how the campaign was doing … Continue reading ?
Al Michaels and Bob Costas were providing so much good content for Bill Simmons on this week’s Any Given Wednesday that an additional part of the interview was made into a digital extra. Talking about the state of sports media mightShow More Summary
By Lauren Neidigh on SwimSwam USA Swimming has announced NBC Sports' Bob Costas as the host for the 2016 Golden Goggle Awards and Silent Auction. This is the 4th time Costas will have played host to the event in an Olympic year. Read the full story on SwimSwam: NBC’s Bob Costas To Host 2016 Golden Goggle Awards
Ray Charles was a huge Vin Scully fan.
As the Cubs prepare to clinch the NL Central division, sportscaster Bob Costas recalled legendary Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray on Wednesday's episode of "Conan." Costas, 64, said Caray took him under his wing when Costas was first starting out. Costas remembered a time when they were dining at...
Wednesday, August 31 Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs (ESPN 8 pm) Jon Sciambi, Rick Sutcliffe, Doug Glanville Thursday, September 1 San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs (MLBN 8 pm) Bob Costas, John Smoltz, & Tom Verducci [alt: Marlins...Show More Summary
“When I exaggerate I tell people I’m 6? tall. When I over-exaggerate I tell them I’m 6? 5?,” NBC’s Olympics wrangler Bob Costas tells NBC’s late night star Seth Meyers. He called Lochte a “great swimmer and a nice guy” who did one thing...Show More Summary
What will people remember from this summer's Olympics games? Bob Costas, on last night's Late Night With Seth Meyers, said that he doesn't think it will be the Ryan Lochte and co. incident. Costas argued that we've already forgiven Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen, and that Lochte, by ... More »
You told yourself you’d call it a night after Usain Bolt’s 200-meter dash. But then NBC cut into the men’s beach volleyball final, Brazil vs. Italy. And the next thing you knew, you were listening to Bob Costas’ “LochteGate” update as...Show More Summary
Bob Costas is now being mocked over his interview with Simone Biles and Aly Raisman, two Team U.S. gold-medal gymnasts. Biles has won five gold medals and Raisman has won six. The interview is being called “awkward” and “embarrassing” by social media users. Show More Summary
After an interview with two U.S. Olympians that’s being called “Must-Cringe TV,” veteran TV critic David Bauder, writing for the AP, seized the opportunity to rip into NBC over its coverage of the Rio Games. “Bob Costas’ studio interview with American...
During an interview on Tuesday with Olympic gymnasts Simone Biles and Aly Raisman, Bob Costas said that Biles "wasn't that well known before the Olympics." Sure, she's the only woman to ever win back-to-back World Championships, and she'd already won the P&G all-around title four years in a row (something that's only ever happened two other times). Show More Summary
Before Simone Biles ever set foot in Rio, many considered her to be the greatest gymnast ever. She had already become the first woman to win back-to-back-to-back world championships, and anyone who knows anything about gymnastics knew...Show More Summary
Costas really knows how to stir it up on Twitter.
We haven’t heard too much kvetching from Bob Costas during the 2016 Summer Olympics. It’s been mostly smooth sailing as he’s had plenty of gymnastics, swimming and beach volleyball to introduce during the NBC Olympics primetime show in the first week. Show More Summary
Not surprising, but still amazing.
IN THE ABOVE CLIP, NBC broadcaster Bob Costas shares some thoughts about how golfers can approach their first Olympic Games. This Feherty episode airs on Tuesday, August 23, at 10 p.m. ET (on Golf Channel).