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Today In Awkward Racial Moments: Doug Gottlieb Offers “The White Man’s Perspective” To African American Panel (UPDATE)
Doug Gottlieb offers up “the white man’s perspective” on the set of CBS’s NCAA Tournament March Madness. Dude, that sounds like you’ll be analyzing tournament games through the lens of a 19th century plantation owner. Naturally, the rest of the panel is not too thrilled.
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.
It’s never a good idea to say, “I’m a slavemaster!” But you know when it’s really not a good idea? When you’re doing a live TV segment with the “Firefighter Fitness Team,” and the Firefighter Fitness Team is a group of black guys.
After his touchdown to Patrick Crayton, Philip Rivers partook in the most awkward touchdown celebration of the season.
Giants ace Tim Lincecum has something of a Spicoli-stoner high-school-aged dude reputation. This is largely because…well, look at him. And yesterday, in a post-division-clinching interview, Lincecum added more reason for this view to persist.
SportsCenter had legendary New York columnist Jimmy Breslin on last night because they figured he’d be able to say something interesting about George Steinbrenner. They were right.