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From Dating In Bristol To The Berman Rule: Everything You Need To Know About Michelle Beadle’s ESPN Free Agency
Michelle Beadle has no idea what she wants to do.
Despite her aspirations outside of sports (which are real), and despite the growing sentiment that she’s on the way out at ESPN, she sounds like most other people whose contract with an employer expires in less than two months: really unsure of what’s about to happen.
On Monday, Michelle Beadle can officially talk to other media outlets about leaving ESPN. Her contract with the network expires on May 31st, but from April 15th until that expiration date she has an open window in which to entertain other offers. And there will certainly be other offers.
It’s no secret that the conference system as it currently exists in college athletics won’t be around much longer. Texas A&M’s move to the SEC might be the final straw for the Big 12, and it’s hard to imagine the Big East surviving the defection of Pittsburgh and Syracuse. And whatever happens from here on out, the eventual realignment will be shaped in large part by the actions of Texas.
Maryland forward Jordan Williams credits ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt among the people who helped him decide to forgo college and enter the NBA draft.
The ESPN upfront in New York provided one executive an opportunity to do a little preemptive PR maneuvering.
Eccentric San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson told ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo that he’s not playing a joke on everyone when he does the crazy things that he does.
After attacking Maryland fans via Twitter for not attending Wednesday’s basketball game, ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt hit the radio for a tirade of epic proportions.