- Psychic Astros Fan Wedges Himself Into Grandstand To Avoid Foul Ball
- A Football Player Wards Off Gay Rumors By Saying He Fathered Kim Kardashian's Baby
- Yep, Alabama Is Getting A Waterfall In Its Football Locker Room
- Gerrit Cole's Time Is Now: Fantasy Baseball Prospect Pendulum
- FIFA Rules Male Players Can Wear Turbans, Overruling CSA
On this morning’s edition of
Worst First Take, Bayless was in unusually stupid form — and that’s saying something. One of the daily topics brought up on the show was, “Should Gregg Popovich rest his star players tonight in Game 6?”
Terrible Person(s) Of The Day: ESPN Atlanta Radio Hosts Mock Steve Gleason’s ALS, Get Suspended (UPDATE: Now With Audio)
Last week, we got to watch a soccer player pick up a dog by the neck and throw it into a chain-link fence. That was bad enough, but this week three radio hosts at Atlanta’s ESPN 790 The Zone decided to make fun of former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason’s ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Scientists have finally cracked the puzzle that is “how to get a camera mounted on a referee’s head”. And to think, all this on the heels of CERN’s discovery of Higgs-Boson “God Particle”. Excelsior! Video of the Ref Cam’s maiden voyage after the jump.
Some dude using binoculars in the audience. Pre-game LeBron James glitter ritual. Kentucky Wildcats fan makes her fifth national appearance. Yep, it must be the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
ESPN NFL Analyst John Clayton Has A Training Montage For That Time He Had To Throw The First Pitch At The Mariners’ Game
Everybody’s got a training montage. Including John Clayton, who’s day job never overshadows his calling as the funniest dude in sports entertainment. Someone please put him in a cot damn movie. Think you know how the pitch went? Video of that after the jump.
Skipper was interviewed by Sports Illustrated‘s Richard Deitsch, and he had a lot to say about ESPN’s massive power. He is not concerned about other competitors. Should he be?
In which ESPN president John Skipper tells Sports Illustrated that he wishes he had been “more careful” with Chris Broussard, regarding the latter’s on-air comments about Jason Collins. What does that mean, exactly? I’m picturing one of those hooks on a long pole that they used to pull dying acts off the stage in vaudeville.