- The Vikings Are The Most Dysfunctional NFL Franchise Of This Century
- SNY Host Blasts Jeter As A Clown Fraud For Doing Gatorade Commercial
- ESPN: Ray Rice Scandal Was A Case Of "Misdirection" And "Scant Investigation"
- We Thought Ticketmaster Was Screwing Us, But Now We Know It
- Reggie Bush's Comments On Disciplining Daughter Could Prompt Investigation
Of course, this event culminated in The Big Lead posting a GIF of Beadle looking like she’s giving a blowjob.
Michelle Beadle Thinks Her Relationship With Erin Andrews Is Like Tiger Woods And Sergio Garcia’s (Minus The Racism)
Creepy Photos, Delusional Tweets, And A Stalker: Michelle Beadle On The Darker Side Of Being A Famous Woman In Sports
ESPN security and Indianapolis police had already been warned: keep an eye out for a certain man in his late 20s — we’ll call him Dave — who might try to approach the set of SportsNation. Filming live at Indianapolis’s Pan Am Plaza during the week leading up to last year’s Super Bowl, the show was far away from the confines of ESPN’s Bristol campus.
The Olympics women’s 100-meter hurdles final was last night, and Lolo Jones didn’t medal, finishing fourth. Two much less-hyped American, however, did medal… and they didn’t seem too happy that they’ve been so relatively overlooked. Hear what they had to say after the jump.
Clearly, Former Olympic Gold Medalist Dan O’Brien Just Wasn’t Ready To See Michelle Beadle Working For NBC
We get it, 1996 Olympic decathlon gold medalist Dan O’Brien. Seeing former ESPNer Michelle Beadle in her new digs is odd. But is it this shocking? [Cosby Sweaters]
Well, after much speculation about her future, reports that she was headed to NBC, eventual confirmation of those reports, and some not-so-subtle on-air references to ill-fated romances, Michelle Beadle officially closed out her run at ESPN today, filming her final SportsNation. See the end of it in the clip above.
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.