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Steve Spurrier and Nick Saban appeared on ESPN this afternoon because, c’mon, producers know television gold when they see it. […]
Worthy of a Pulitzer.
All Tiger, all the time.
Wideouts doing wideout things.
Just another day in the little slice of sports heaven known as Bristol, Connecticut.
Brazil is a hell of country.
Let him talk, dammit.
Post-grad Bros: Do you really, really like sports stats? So much so that you’d like to get paid and make […]
Raise your hand if you’ve entered into a discussion about Donald Sterling’s alleged racist comments over the past week.
Hello, Britt McHenry. Now that all the pleasantries are out of the way, will you marry me?
Dude is just living his life for the love of Stony Brook.
You know who sucks? ESPN master troll Rick Reilly, a man who writes poems about the New York Jets and enjoys misquoting his own father-in-law. Today Fox One's Katie
On the off chance you didn't watch any NFL football this year, ESPN has created a very efficient roundup. Not watching any professional football sounds
Newsflash: If you have a job talking about sports and you're not actively attempting to shoehorn pop culture references into your broadcasts, you're doing it wrong.
Ron Burgundy will have to find another outlet that doesn’t bill itself as the worldwide leader to promote his new movie later today. His scheduled
Barack Obama has two years in the White House still, but he's already daydreaming about what his next career move may be. According to the
5. Brett Favre, Tim Tebow, Jameis Winston ESPN. Guys. You’re killing me here. Yes, the entire country’s interested in stories about Favre, Tebow, and Winston. But
With Jeremy Lin dominating at Madison Square Garden, last night felt an awful lot like 2012. ESPN anchors were even falling into their old habit of
The Spartans dropped top ranked Kentucky 78-74 last night. Our own Reggie Noble probably lost his shit in the privacy of his own home over the upset win,
In anticipation of Saturday's Alabama-LSU matchup, ESPN sent the unreasonably attractive Kaylee Hartung to interview Les Miles in his SUV. Les Miles, you should know,
Last night’s Minnesota Vikings-New York Giants game was an absolute stinker. I was there in person to witness each and every terrible Josh Freeman pass.
This is hands down the most amazing GIF I've ever seen from College Gameday. While David Pollack gabs on about blah blah blah football, this Bro
Shout-out to this Bro chillin' in an empty stadium to watch Stanford crush Washington State, 41-3. He's the Internet's new hero for pouring popcorn all over
It's not hard to fall asleep while Skip Bayless is talking, but if you watch this video from this morning's edition of First Take, it sure looks
To hype his new album, Nothing Was the Same, rapper/crooner Drake went on SportsCenter yesterday for a masturbatory segment about his sports besties, including Johnny Manziel (who he
Lee Corso was in rare form in Fargo, N.D., dropping B-bombs left and right. Classic Corso!
ESPN is still doing the bit where Lou Holtz and Mark May pretend to be in a courtroom with Rece Davis presiding. I’m sorry to
This is the story of Welles Crowther, a former Boston College lacrosse player and investment banker who died heroically rescuing others in the South Tower
Well, we finally get to the root of why they called this segment The Freak; because literally everyone they interviewed (from rival teams, no less)
Somewhere, Jevon Kearse is not happy that ESPN is trying to give Clowney his nickname. The Freak airs Sunday, August 25th at 10am EST on ESPN.
It’s no secret that Bubba Watson plays by his own rules. So if he wants to play a round of golf inside of ESPN headquarters,
What if I told you... that a television company made a bunch of new sports-related documentaries for the fall of 2013? Because they did. ESPN
On March 4th, 1993, ESPN began an award show that would change the landscape of awards in sports for years to
Sportscenter's John Anderson discovers the story behind Rickie Fowler's bright orange outfit.
Fired from Current.TV in 2012. Fired from MSNBC in 2011. Hired by ESPN in 2013? Keith Olbermann's resume is looking spiffy, you guys. But if