Chris Berman understandably has maintained a low profile in the wake of wife Kathy’s fatal car crash in May.
ESPN has announced that it has retained the services of one Chris Berman, signing the polarizing but longtime figure at The Worldwide Leader in Sports to a multi-year extension.
Tim Tebow’s superhero weakness? Out routes. He can complete those in a single bounce.
Wow. Just wow, true believers.
Good golly. Gee whiz. Additional exclamation of exasperated annoyance.
At least we can hope.
I regret to admit it, but Chad Ochocinco’s Twitter-Twitpic uploads have been downright prolific as of late.
Justin Timberlake was in Bristol at the ESPN campus yesterday to promote his new film, The Social Network (which I have heard is finest acting performance by a former boy band member since Nick Lache
Thankfully, the demented minds over at TAUNTR have pondered the same thing.
Jesus! It’s like nobody else has ever worked in sports TV before! Jesus! It’s so rude! It’s just so goddamn rude! Jesus!
Apologies for two consecutive Chris Berman-related posts in
With the ever-increasingly useless spectacle of the Home Run Derby upon us once again, I thought I would go the route of the many clever folks before me who have devised ways to make a boring event m
Yep, the guy photographed above will be getting his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during a May 24th ceremony.
There really isn’t much to add to this clip from 1983 and ESPN’s coverage of the NFL draft. Simply enjoy it for all its dated brilliance. And Chris Berman and Bob Ley.
No one circles the wagons and locks up an overrated blowhard with a long-term contract like the Worldwide Leader in Sports.
In a wide-ranging and in-depth interview with USA Today‘s Michael McCarthy (by the way, thanks for the title, “Erin Andrews Interview: ‘I Need To Find My Smile Again’ –