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After Ben Roethlisberger called his offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s scheme a “dink and dunk” offense, you knew this typo was coming eventually, because, you know, Ben Roethlisberger. So who flubbed first? Your answer, ahead.
Well, the presidential campaign’s over, and I’m happy about it. And nothing makes me realize just how happy I am more than seeing what the end of the campaign came to last night: interviews for both candidates with Chris effing Berman. After the jump, see him talk to Mitt Romney and hare in my joy that we’ve reached the end.
This is (thankfully) the end. Today,
the American people decide the Electoral College decides in line with state-by-state voting results who will be President of the United States over the next four years. Mainly, I’m just glad the campaign is over. And I think the video after the jump of Chris effing Berman talking to President Barack Obama will help explain why.
According to a report from Sports Business Journal, both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney have reached out to ESPN about appearing on the November 5th telecast of Monday Night Football, when the Philadelphia Eagles will visit the New Orleans Saints.
It’s time to play “Who Can Think Of The Best Way To Voice Their Displeasure With Listening To Chris Berman Spout Chris Berman-isms During The Home Run Derby?” It’s an ancient rite of passage for Twitter users everywhere to rip on the ESPN legend, and this year some real beauties were cooked up. Check them out after the jump.
Based on the reaction of Twitter users and writers on respected websites like Deadspin, you’d think that Chris Berman had been announced as your mother’s next boyfriend, rather than the play-by-play announcer of a single Monday Night Football game.
When the Monday Night Football season kicks off this year, Chris Berman will be in the booth to call the action. Naturally, this announcement has caused some to absolutely lose it. Reactions, after the jump.
Join us as we listen to one of ESPN’s announcers blow a golf ball into the hole, even as it seems impossible from the picture for it not to have already gone in the hole.
Welcome to Top 5 Dead or Alive, a new feature that’s designed specifically to make life hell for our employees. Each week, we’ll ask one of our writers to come up with a definitive list of the five best people, places or things in a particularly subjective category — then, we’ll ask you to tell him who or what is missing from the list. Feel free to be a total dick.
Because they want to make everyone feel bad about themselves, Sports Illustrated has conducted a poll of NFL players in which they’re asked to name their least favorite commentators. I find Cris Collinsworth to be pretty good at what he does. Apparently, pro football players don’t share that sentiment.