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Before Seth Meyers agreed to take over for Jimmy Fallon at NBC, he was offered a late-night talk show hosting job at ESPN. Wait, what? Apparently ESPN wants a talk show to follow its 11 p.m. SportsCenter, and is in search of a host. We speculate on possible candidates, because that’s what we do.
Rick Reilly is the punching bag of ESPN columnists, mostly because he’s cheesy. And because he got caught begging for credit on live TV. And because he loves one-liners. And so on. The latest Reilly piece, however, deserves to be viewed by the masses.
Craig Robinson wants you to sit back, relax, and stop bugging about Derrick Rose’s controversial absence in this year’s postseason. A timely point he makes, after last night’s Bulls/Heat buckwild Game 3 — everybody’s gotta just chill out about basketball stuff.
Keep Getting Overage Charges From Watching Sports Highlights On Your Phone All The Time? ESPN Wants To Help
Going over your data allotment on your phone plan sucks, because money ain’t cheap nowadays. Corporate behemoth ESPN feels your pain, sports fan with cell phone, and wants to give you a hand so you can keep watching more and more and more ESPN.
Here Is Stephen A. Smith In A Star-Trek-Into-Darkness-Themed ESPN Commercial. Or The Other Way Around?
We may not be the biggest Stephen A. Smith fans in the world (does he have fans? would this help them?), but we may in fact be the biggest fans of ESPN commercials. They are consistently fantastic. And for all of Stephen A. Smith’s flaws, he may in fact be a good actor. In fact, the fact may in fact be that he is a legendary actor trolling us all. I subscribe to this belief, halfheartedly.
With his prospects of landing a job on the playing field fading by the day, speculation is that Tim Tebow may opt for a broadcasting career. This could set up a monumental bidding war between Fox Sports and ESPN, which is something we’d love to see. But if this happens, Tebow may be wise to turn them both down.
ESPN’s SportsNation Moved To LA For Charissa Thompson, But Now She’s (Reportedly) Moving To Fox Sports
Frank Caliendo Does Us All A Huge Favor And Mocks NFL Draft Guru/Disagreement Enthusiast Mel Kiper Jr.
Ever watch Mel Kiper Jr. and wonder how he gets through a normal day without an intense on-air confrontation? Ever want to touch his hair, just to see what it’s like? Ahem, me neither. Some vintage Kiper hating clips after the jump.
Is This JaMarcus Russell Film A Humanizing Look At A Fallen Star, Or Just An Ad For Jeff Garcia’s Workout Program?
ESPN aired a short film last night on JaMarcus Russell, the former Sugar Bowl MVP, turned overall number one draft pick, turned purple drank addict, turned fat man trying for a comeback. ESPN’s “JaMarcus Russell, Waking Up” tracks his progress so far.