Tag Archives: ESPN

We can’t have rich, entitled assholes running the world…can we??

At a closed-door meeting earlier this month, NFL owners gathered to discuss players protesting racial inequality during the national anthem. Among the several voices in the room who opposed the… Read more »

It has nothing to do with you being a woman…I just hate that you’re not a man

Women in sports broadcasting are used to men criticizing their voices. In my three years in sports radio, I’ve had more men complain about my voice than everything else about… Read more »

What happens when Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess are doing Bundesliga soccer matches?

ESPN pulls announcer from Virginia football coverage for having same name as Confederate general: https://t.co/dJwufMxjnl pic.twitter.com/rxncOsYvfE — The Hill (@thehill) August 23, 2017 By trying to avoid an embarrassing ordeal,… Read more »

“This year was supposed to be different. It isn’t.”

There will be a lot of people saying the same thing in different words this week. A lot of people saying things they’ve said before. A lot of people running… Read more »

Judging by the catty comments, you’d think it was Carrie Bradshaw and not Terry Bradshaw

Just in case you missed the fluffiest controversy of the holiday weekend, former Steelers legend Terry Bradshaw went on TV and gave a not-so-glowing endorsement of Mike Tomlin: “I don’t… Read more »

Freedom means the right to view and express oneself freely without conforming to expectations

Sports journalist Stephen A. Smith told ESPN, “Up until 2009, no NFL player stood for the national anthem because players actually stayed in the locker room as the anthem played…. Read more »

Stephen A. Smith: What happens when you go from “class” to “ass”…and never return

NFL Video: Stephen A. Smith rips Jay Cutler, calls him “the worst quarterback in the NFL” and an “absolute joke.” If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my five-plus decades… Read more »

If you think Colin Kaepernick should stand up and shut up, you might want to take your own advice

Former NFL QB Trent Dilfer has jumped into the conversation about San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick’s protests during the national anthem, and it’s been a rough couple of days… Read more »