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ESPN’s Nancy Grace says some pretty outlandish stuff, and that fact isn’t lost on his co-workers, who aren’t technically allowed to roll their eyes on live TV after he goes on a hyperbolic rant. Karl Ravech did the next best thing…
Preliminary reports suggest Jameis Winston will not be charged with sexual battery. But that won’t stop ESPN from keeping this story buzzing around five of its TV channels. Hey, guys, we want to watch sports and be entertained by Ron Burgundy. Report on the news when it’s news — not when it’s potentially news.
Call us a whale vagina, but we’re almost certain there are better co-anchors out there than that blow-hard Ron Burgun-who-gives-a-crap. A slideshow of who we’d like to see guest host at the SportsCenter desk, after the jump…
As you may have heard, Kenny Mayne is now back at the SportsCenter desk, after getting to do pretty much whatever he wanted for five years. But there’s reason to believe he’s not very happy in his new/old position, and is possibly appearing on the air drunk to deal with it.
Kenny Mayne is coming back to SportsCenter, so here he is, practicing. As you might imagine, it’s funny.
For 40 weeks, a nation doubled over in uproarious laughter as it watched the epitome of failure that is Mark Sanchez running into his own teammate’s butt and decided, no, there is nothing from the past week that is as terrible than that. That’s how SportsCenter’s weekly “Worst of the Worst” segment continued to show a play from November 2012 — until today.