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- Yet Another Ridiculously Awesome Zlatan Ibrahimović Goal
- Stephen A. Smith Issues Apology On Monday Morning's First Take
- LeBron Can't Even Pick His Own Number Without Controversy
- Georgia's Todd Gurley Gunning For 2,000 Yards This Season
A couple months ago, just after the NFL Draft, Tony Dungy was asked by a Tampa sports reporter about Michael Sam, who was the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL. “I wouldn’t have taken him,” Dungy, said.
The best female golfers in the world will descend upon North Carolina this weekend to play in the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open from Pinehurst starting Thursday. Here’s where you can watch it — both online and on television.
Thought you lived in Midtown Manhattan? Sorry, it’s now Manchester City, if NBC has anything to say about it. Only eight days to the Premier League opener! (Tepid “Huzzah!”).
Great doesn’t begin to describe this commercial for the Premier League on NBC this fall.
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.
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]
Yesterday, reports emerged that SportsNation co-host Michelle Beadle would be leaving ESPN to sign a deal with NBC Universal. Now, more details of the reported deal are trickling out.