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Michelle Beadle is leaving ESPN for NBC soon, as you probably know. And one potential side effect of knowing you’re on the way out at your current employer is feeling emboldened to say and do things you might not otherwise. Want proof? See the clip after the jump.
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Ah, another March, another controversial Duke basketball media moment. Last year’s, if you remember, involved Jalen Rose and “Uncle Toms.” And this one involved ESPN’s Colin Cowherd and the use of a word that’s acquired an ugly racial context to it in the sports world: “thug.”
Earlier today, Colin Cowherd interviewed Kate Upton. It was weird, and apparently, Cowherd could tell, because when it was over, he defended his interviewing performance… and made very clear he was TOTALLY NOT flirting with her.
This Chris Paul fiasco is quickly spinning out of control for the NBA. And earlier today, TNT analyst Steve Kerr had some strong words for the league on Colin Cowherd‘s ESPN Radio show. On top of what’s already happened, things could still get worse, according to Kerr.
The child sex abuse allegations against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky are the heaviest of the heavy. They constitute some of the very worst things a person can do. The enormity of the awfulness, if the allegations are proven true, is hard to comprehend, and the difficulty some have had in controlling their emotions while discussing the scandal serves to drive that point home.
Colin Cowherd had SI’s Peter King on his radio show today, but we’re not here to talk about the interview itself – we’re here to talk about the way Cowherd teased that interview. Now, don’t get us wrong, we love our football and we love our sandwiches, but putting it the way he did – well, the result’s a little less appetizing.
Zing! The above back-and-forth, between controversial ESPN radio/TV host Colin Cowherd and Texans running back Arian Foster, came after Foster tweeted his displeasure with people caring a little too much about their fantasy teams. With this newest tweet, he instantly becomes a top 5 draft pick in your “athletes who can come up surprisingly deep-cutting putdowns” roto-league.
ESPN radio host Colin Cowherd twisted history to suit his own purposes Wednesday morning when making the argument that quarterbacks who win the national championship in college go on to be professional failures.