There you go.
Well would you look at that? Like the Shroud of Turin or Jesus’ image appearing in a tortilla in Guatemala, Tim Tebow’s revered image has made its appearance on the cover of the upcoming
Wow, quite the sanctimonious way to memorialize such a solemn anniversary, by unctuously bragging about the stranglehold ESPN has on the sports world, including a capricious attempt at inserting thei
Now that, my friends, is a provocative headline.
"You talkin' to me?"
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland is what we like to refer to in the business as “eminently quotable.
I cannot be the only person who gleefully remembers “Who’s Now”, one the biggest epic fails ever inflicted upon the SportsCenter-watching masses by The Worldwide Leader In Sports.
At first, I was like, “What the fungus?” and then I saw the cover and then I said, “Oh, I get it – not in reference to the state of perfection in a current sense, but instead
Va Va Va Voom Vonn! Hubba hubba. Now that’s what I call putting your best foot forward. Or leg. Or whatever.
Hummina hummina. What I would give to shoot some Strip Pool with The Black Widow. I’d let her knock around my balls, if you know what I mean.
Hitting newsstands today is the brand-spanking new edition of ESPN The Magazine‘s much-ballyhooed “The Body Issue” series.
I only wonder which personality it was who gave the go-ahead to ESPN The Magazine to use this photo of the 48-year-old, former football star-turned-MMA fighter, sufferer from Multiple Personality Dis
Screw “Madden Day” – so played – that crap is for video game geeky dweebs anyway.
Get ready to experience the crazy, those of you who actually spend some of your hard-earned money to subscribe to ESPN The Magazine (and yes, I know, if you subscribe you to that testament in periodi