Nailed it, Neil.
Nailed it, Neil.
All too often, a newscaster will slip up and say something inappropriate on live television and awkwardly pretend like it never happened.
Bill Simmons' appearance with Dan Patrick Show where he questioned Roger Goodell's "testicular fortitude" over Tom Brady's upcoming suspension over DeflateGate was the final straw for ESPN in endind contract negotiations with the Grantland founder, according to report from writer James Andrew Miller.
Bill Simmons is leaving ESPN and, oh, boy, that's a bombshell.
Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic solicited viewer reactions to Steph Curry winning the NBA MVP.
After serving a one-week suspension for her ugly tow lot outburst, Britt McHenry is back reporting for ESPN.
With about a week left until the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, many journalists have criticized ESPN's cushy coverage of Floyd Mayweather, who has a long, documented history of domestic violence against multiple women.
Floyd Mayweather granted Stephen A.
ESPN reporter Britt McHenry was involved in some controversy today when a video of her verbally berating a woman became public.
We don't know exactly what happened to ESPN reporter Britt McHenry to set her off like this but the on-camera tongue-lashing she delivers to the unseen person in this video is uncomfortable to watch.
Early this morning, ESPN hottie Kaylee Hartung interviewed Kentucky superfan Bill Morgan, who wears blue-tinted glasses 24/7 in honor of his favorite basketball team.
Jason Whitlock appeared on Pardon the Interruption, America's favorite sports-shouting program, last night.
Listen, I'm all about a good April Fools prank.
For the first time in a very long time I'm on the side of the worldwide leader in sports, ESPN.
ESPN's Jon Gruden is who says yes to any opportunity to perform in front of a camera.