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Watch Tim Tebow’s Predictably Inspirational ‘Motivate Me Monday’ Segment From His First GMA Appearance
You remember Sam Gordon, don’t you? The completely unstoppable 9-year-old football player? The girl? Yes, her. Her internet fame grew wildly after that YouTube video made the rounds, mostly because girls + football = head asplode.
Ever since last November, we’ve obviously heard a lot about the Jerry Sandusky scandal at Penn State. Until yesterday, though, we hadn’t heard much from former university president Graham Spanier. Well, now we have – and it seems to us there’s a lesson to be had in one particular word Spanier used.
Kevin Pearce was a snowboarder – a good one – before a traumatic accident while training put him in a coma. Now, he’s back on board, and he talked with Good Morning America’s Gianna Toboni today about his recovery.
NBA free agent/former Kardashian husband Kris Humphries went on Good Morning America today to bake cookies with his mom. But since he’s former Kardashian husband Kris Humphries, he wasn’t getting away without talking about that whole spectacle….unfortunately for him.
You thought you were getting through the day without hearing something about Jerry Sandusky? Hey, we wish you were too, but alas, here we are. Sandusky’s lawyer, Joe Amendola, went on TV again today. He did not help his client’s case.
GMA’s Interview With The Mother Of “Victim 1″ In Jerry Sandusky Case Will Just Leave You More Unsettled
The horrors of the child rape case against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky are summarized in the 23-page report of the grand jury who investigated him. Here it is, if you’re looking to vomit. Today, Good Morning America talked to the mother of “Victim 1″ from that report.
Sure, we have our moments in America when soccer fandom shines. Overall, though, our passion for the sport just doesn’t match that of most of the rest of the world. And yet – we can still go plenty crazy over the beautiful game, and those who play it. Here’s proof.
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has seen better days, especially public-perception-wise…so he talked to Good Morning America to present his side of the story.
Friday marked former SportsCenter anchor Josh Elliott’s final day on the job before moving on to ABC’s Good Morning America…and Elliott was sad to see the era end.