In what turned out to be one of the worst moves in sports media history, Michelle Beadle left ESPN to join NBC. To say things did not work out would be an understatement.
LeBron James and the Miami Heat paid a visit to Dallas on Tuesday night to play the Mavericks and according to an ESPN report, he and Tony Romo, who attended the game with his old man, had a brief co
ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden has a unique way of talking and expressing himself.
ESPN nixes Ron Burgundy’s ‘SportsCenter’ appearance due to expected news about FSU QB Jameis Winston
Horrible Winston’s Timing!
Sorry, couldn’t help myself.
On Wednesday, the NFL announced that it had fined San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks $15,750 for his hit on New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees during last Sunday’s game.
ESPN’s “NBA on ESPN” promos over the years have been consistently nothing short of fantastic.
If there’s one thing ESPN can be counted on to do with remarkable consistency and success, it’s coming up with brilliant commercial after brilliant commercial in its long-running “T
If there is one thing that is a near certainty in the world of mascots, it’s that if you slap some goofy, borderline psychotic eyes on an inanimate object to create a mascot, chances are said m
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish took the basketball court at Madison Square Garden on Thursday for a Big East Tournament quarterfinals showdown against the Marquette Golden Eagles.
As succinctly pointed out by The Big Lead, this truly signifies the demise of SportsCenter.
Fresh off the presses — er, Twitter — comes news that ESPN felt it necessary to issue a brief statement addressing Brent Musburger’s excessively creepy horndoggery when commenting u
Let me answer that for you: Of course you don’t.
In the frenetic atmosphere that no doubt a constant when trying to put together a live telecast in the manner in which SportsCenter does night after night, mistakes invariably will be made.
The Gods of the Internet have showed us their benevolence, my friends, as a blooper reel has been released by ESPN featuring behind-the-scenes footage from arguably the best “This is SportsCent
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.