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ESPN’s Barry Melrose and Okla. St. Coach Mike Gundy Chatted About Their Mullets and it Was Awesome

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

Whoever came up with this idea deserves a raise. Some ESPN SportsCenter producer, presumably, had the brilliant thought of putting ESPN hockey analyst Barry Melrose together with Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy for an interview. That wouldn’t seem like the greatest idea, given that Melrose’s expertise lies with the NHL and Gundy is a […]

ESPN’s Sage Steele Says the Worst Racism She Experienced is from Black People

Back in November, ESPN’s Sage Steele made waves when she called out Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans for sitting during the Anthem and had this to say. “We — as people of color — continue to cry for racial equality, diversity and acceptance, and rightfully so. That said, why must we continue to tear down […]

Thursday's TV/Radio listings (Feb. 23)

TODAY'S TV Event Time TV NBA New York at Cleveland 7:00 TNT L.A. Clippers at Golden State 9:30 TNT Men's college basketball LIU-Brooklyn at Mount St. Mary's 6:00 CBSSN Memphis at Cincinnati 6:00 ESPN Georgia at Alabama 6:00 ESPN2 Nebraska at Michigan State 6:00 ESPNU Marshall at Old Dominion 7:00 beIN South Florida at Tulsa 7:00 ESPNN Tenn. Show More Summary

ESPN listing SportsCenters at 6 pm ET and midnight ET differently from other editions

You know about the new 6 p.m. ET edition of SportsCenter hosted by Michael Smith and Jemele Hill. And the midnight ET edition has been hosted by Scott Van Pelt for more than a year. Those two are different as they are more personality and opinion-driven than previous editions of SportsCenter. Show More Summary

Are 'Win Probabilities' useless? ESPN's Director of Sports Analytics explains why they're not.

I freely admit that my motive behind this conversation was personal. I’m an Atlanta sports fan, information I’ve freely shared (...)

Bills’ clearance of Tyrod Taylor sets stage for possible grievance

It was no accident that someone from the Bills (cough... Russ Brandon... cough) told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that quarterback Tyrod Taylor has received medical clearance following surgery to repair a groin/hernia/core muscle/whatever they’re calling it now. When the Bills benched Taylor late in the year, the team’s intention became…

Bears hire Brandon Staley to coach outside linebackers

The Bears are hiring Brandon Staley as their new outside linebackers coach, ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported. Staley coached last season as defensive coordinator at Div. III John Carroll University in Cleveland, the alma mater of Hall of Fame coach Don Shula and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. Staley had been hired for the same role…

ESPN's Sage Steele: The Worst Racism I Receive Comes From Black People

ESPN anchor and NBA reporter Sage Steele has once again ruffled the feathers of the world's largest sports broadcasting network with her comments...

New MLB Rule Saves Time, but Some Say It's Boring

Those who complain baseball is too slow may be heartened to hear a quicker pace is on its way. Based on a Tuesday evening tweet from ESPN's Howard Bryant, Sports Illustrated reports that, starting with the 2017 season, MLB pitchers will no longer have to waste time lobbing four pitches...

Louisville basketball | Hoops experts break down U of L-UNC showdown

ESPN hoops analysts Dick Vitale and Seth Greenberg explore all angles of the Louisville-North Carolina tilt.        

Barry Melrose interviewing Mike Gundy “Mullet to Mullet” was interesting television

On Tuesday night, ESPN NHL analyst Barry Melrose co-anchored the 11 p.m. ET SportsCenter with his friend and fellow hockey maven Steve Levy. One of the more interesting segments came when Melrose had the opportunity to interview fellow mullethead Mike Gundy, the head football coach of Oklahoma State. Show More Summary

This founder who sold a startup for $200 million wants to build the next ESPN out of smartphone footage

Dan Porter wants to build a sports media juggernaut as big as ESPN, and use thousands of kids holding up their smartphones, filming a beautiful dunk or vicious block, as the springboard. The first step of Porter’s plan is Overtime, a...Show More Summary

Missouri student section successfully annoys John Calipari with chant

John Calipari cut short a halftime interview with ESPN as students chanted "Cal you suck!"        

Major League Baseball Is Changing How Intentional Walks Are Given Out

16 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Major League Baseball is about to make a major rule change, altering how intentional walks are handed out. Instead of a pitcher throwing four pitches out of the strike zone, the walk will be awarded by a signal from the dugout, ESPNShow More Summary

ESPN’s Bryant: Megawealthy Williams’ Sisters of Tennis Are Victims of Racism and Sexism

ESPN Magazine writer Howard Bryant, a sports reporter better known for his Black Lives Matter rants about police brutality and his disgust with public patriotism in pro sports, jazzed things up in his latest column with a nasty attack against an unnamed long-time associate (if they were friends before, they won't be anymore) in the February 27 issue. Show More Summary

ESPN Anchor Sage Steele says Worst Racism she Receives Comes From BLACK People

  ESPN Anchor Says Blacks Are The Most Racist In a talk she gave with Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson,... The post ESPN Anchor Sage Steele says Worst Racism she Receives Comes From BLACK People appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

Want Jay Cutler? The Chicago Bears want to trade him to you.

20 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

The moment for which so many Bears fans have waited so long seems to be rapidly approaching. The team is “actively” trying to trade Jay Cutler, as first reported Tuesday by ESPN’s Jeff Darlington. Chicago expects trade talks to intensify during the NFL scouting combine, which starts next week in Indianapolis. Every team will be […]

MLB Is Reportedly Introducing An Automatic Intentional Walk

20 hours agoSports : Deadspin

According to a report from ESPN’s Howard Bryant, Major League Baseball and the players’ union have agreed on a plan to scrap current intentional walk rules and allow managers to signal from the dugout and automatically send the batter to first base. The rule, like the proposed change to extra innings where teams would… Read more...

Wednesday's TV/Radio listings (Feb. 22) 

TODAY'S TV Event Time TV Men's college basketball Michigan at Rutgers 5:30 BigTen Vanderbilt at Tennessee 5:30 SEC DePaul at Georgetown 6:00 CBSSN Duke at Syracuse 6:00 ESPN TCU at Kansas 6:00 ESPN2 UCF at Temple 6:00 ESPNU Xavier at...Show More Summary

Alex Rodriguez says there is a ‘zero’ percent chance he’s coming back, but will work in TV

23 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

Former MLB star Alex Rodriguez abruptly retired from baseball as a New York Yankee last August, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have the option to play this year. However, he told ESPN that there is a “zero” percent chance that he will...Show More Summary

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