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RIP OUT THE JUGULAR: One Guy Brilliantly Animated, Wrote, And Voiced A Cartoon Parody Of ESPN’s 2014 World Cup Coverage
Lalas is a blowhard, Van Nistelroy doesn’t have anything to say, Ballack sounds/acts like Schwarzenegger, Lynsey Hipgrave isn’t exactly charming, and Landon Donovan is sleepy. Yep, that about sums ‘em up.
Alexi Lalas Didn’t Appreciate Stephen Colbert’s Inferior Intellect And Hate For “The Beautiful Game”
Alexi Lalas went on the Colbert Report and spoke to Stephen Colbert regarding the recent worldwide soccer match fixing scandal that has football fans like Alexi Lalas really upset. There was mention of Colbert being a “boob” and a GIF-worthy Colbert dive. It was a wondrous segment. Video, after the jump.
Besides the mesmerizing voice of Bob Ley, Euro 2012 has been dominated by a more intriguing subplot – the Alexi Lalas/Michael Ballack relationship. Both have been serving as analysts for ESPN’s pre and post-game show covering the day’s matches.
The question that seems to loom largest in the wake of the United States’ exit from the World Cup is: What now? Part one of a three part series looks at the potential fate of coach Bob Bradley.
In this week’s “Movers,” we take a look at Miles Austin’s sudden burst in popularity thanks to Kim Kardashian, another wideout movin’ up for a far less sexy reason, a #1 draft pick with a huge shoe deal, and an analyst who’s riding the wave of World Cup popularity.
As replays–shown time and time again–have documented countless World Cup refereeing errors, it has become almost indisputable that the refereeing in this year’s World Cup has been largely inadequate. FIFA, however, begs to differ.
You already know Switzerland just stunned Spain 1-0 for the World Cup’s biggest upset so far. However, just as noteworthy for some viewers was commentator Alexi Lalas’ unintentionally hilarious description of the victory afterward.