If they respond by questioning his motives, he'll immediately invoke his standing as a supreme being endowed with supernatural powers of intelligence/ratings/followers.
Upon returning to the air yesterday after serving a one-week suspension for maligning students who raised millions of dollars for cancer research, ESPN's most outspoken talking head made it clear yesterday he does not like being the bad guy.
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