If ya think Bob Costas is bitter about Mike Tirico holding his old seat in PyeongChang, think again -- 'cause Bob says Mike's doing "a great job" with Olympics coverage. Costas wasn't keen on talking gun control (remember his Sunday Night Football…
Hello, 911? I’d like to report a missing person. Last name C-O-S-T-A-S. Short, extremely white male. Dark hair, pink eyes. Brilliant sportscaster with a boyish demeanor. How long has he been missing? Ever since these Olympics began. I don’t want to alarm you, ma’am, but a Winter Olympics without...
What makes a standout Olympics memory? An elite talent at the top of their game, refusing to back down. A historic first. A triumph over adversity. It’s an uncommon blend of elements, which makes those occasions when they converge all the more gripping. Such was the case in early 2014, ... More »
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This is your daily infusion of information and news that you might have missed. The really big stuff you’ll find in other stories. NBC has been in a period of transition lately. Mike Tirico has taken over from Bob Costas as host of the Olympic Games and it will take him a while to gain the gravitas...
Dating back to 1988, Bob Costas has been part of NBC’s Olympics coverage. He started as a late night host in Seoul in 1988 before working as the primetime host for every Summer Olympics since 1992 and Winter Games since 2002, and was the face of NBC’s Olympics coverage. Show More Summary
"Just when I was looking forward to watching an Olympics without that misshapen runt Bob Costas again, along comes a cowardly little dickhead named Adam Rippon who used his Olympic platform to denigrate Mike Pence. I saw him interviewed after...
Costas retired after a long run as NBC Olympic host. When you turned on your TV to NBC’s Olympic coverage in Pyeongchang, you may have noticed an unfamiliar face hosting the Games. Mike Tirico is hosting his first Olympics for NBC, and...Show More Summary
Costas hosted the past 11 Olympic Games
Bob Costas says his removal from the Super Bowl coverage was 'mutually agreeable.'
Costas explained why he won't be part of the network's coverage on Super Bowl Sunday.
Costas explained why he won’t be part of the network’s coverage on Super Bowl Sunday.
When NBC announced the broadcast teams for its upcoming Super Bowl LII coverage, the name missing from the network’s studio pregame show attracted the most attention. Dan Patrick and Liam McHugh will host, along with analysts Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Mike Florio and Chris Simms. Show More Summary
Costas and NBC mutually agreed he won’t be participating in the pregame show. NBC’s broadcast of Super Bowl LII won’t have a familiar face on the pregame show next month — Bob Costas According to Sports Business Daily, Costas cited “his...Show More Summary
Bob Costas will not be working the Super Bowl for NBC next month
Bob Costas publicly said football "destroys people's brains" at an event in November.
When NBC announced the broadcast team for its upcoming Super Bowl coverage, it was tough not to notice which name was missing. Bob Costas, maybe the most pedigreed employee at NBC Sports, will not be part of the network’s studio team at America’s marquee sporting event. Show More Summary