Paul Shirley, one-time NBA player, has penned perhaps the most offensive thing ever written. ESPN should immediately take him off their payroll.
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I'm fascinated with failure. And I don't mean the "to err is human" failure, but the crash and burn kind. It's not that I like to see other people suffer, but I think, optimistically, it shouldn't have to happen.
We are not even a week in to the new year and we are facing a real media crisis. I wish I was blogging again about another crasher at a White House S...
I predict that to mark his grand return, Tiger Woods will appear on 60 Minutes, Oprah and ESPN, and then disappear again.
Google's Nexus One is now available for sale online. The phone, which WSJ reviewer Walt Mossberg said iPhone users may want t...
It would be a gross violation of journalistic ethics for any sports journalist to try and directly influence how any college football program is run. For it to happen where the journalist's son is on scholarship would be beyond the pale.
A few weeks ago the finalists for the High School "Rudy" Awards were announced. They are a group of real life overachievers who deserve a bow.
This week in a Los Angeles courtroom, Michael David Barrett pleaded guilty to one count of interstate stalking as a result of his activity related to Erin Andrews of ESPN.
Seth Kolloen has been watching Bobby Knight announce college basketball games this year, and he says his opinion on Knight as announcer is a radical change from his opinion of Knight the coach.
The NHL's popularity remains under question in in the U.S. Last year's All-Star Game drew lower TV ratings than reruns of Andy of Mayberry.
ESPN is bad for sports. There, I said it -- though I'd wager I'm far from the first. What started as the sporting world's little network that could has grown into a behemoth.
It was in 1973 that I moved to Los Angeles with my then wife, two children and a Maltese named Annabelle.
The media needs to stop glamorizing the violent aspects of the NFL game. As this week's headlines on head trauma suggest, this is bigger than football.
Today will be dedicated to making some big-picture sense of the whirling chaos of the Hoops Tip-off.