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By Tamera Thompson On Monday, August 31st, 2015

ESPN Conducts 1st Ever Mid-Match Tennis Interview (Video)

If you were to predict who would do an out of the ordinary interview first, who else to guess than ESPN? Colleen Vandeweghe granted ESPN network an interview in the middle of her first-rounder at the U.S. Open. That More...

By Robert Littal On Monday, August 31st, 2015

Redskins Niles Paul Wants to Know Who’s Snitching to ESPN Dianna Russini

I am sure she has developed moles within the Redskins and they are feeding her information on the daily.  That is no different than Adam or Mort or the other 100 reports who have been leaking info about the Redskins More...

By Kevin Kourafas On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015

ESPN Takes Curt Schilling Off Sunday Night Baseball Over Nazi Tweet

Once Schilling sent out that tweet (pictured above), we were all just waiting for ESPN to make the official announcement. ESPN has removed former MLB pitcher and current baseball analyst Curt Schilling from an More...

By Glenn Erby On Friday, August 21st, 2015

ESPN Accidentally Fired Adam Schefter And Shut Off His Devices

If Schefter isn’t safe I don’t know who is. And, should the NFL Insider view this as some sort of hint? Thankfully the Tom Brady ruling wasn’t handed down on early Friday morning, because Adam More...

By Tamantha Gunn On Wednesday, August 5th, 2015

ESPN Takes Shot At Meek Mill on Sportscenter (Video)

ESPN has chimed in on the Meek Mill and Drake beef, by taking a jab at Meek during Sportscenter. Even @SportsCenter is taking shots at @MeekMill lol….. — LilC (@49erswaggg) More...

By Mark Gunnels On Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

NABJ Partners With ESPN to Create A Stuart Scott Internship

The National Association of Black Journalists aka NABJ has teamed up with ESPN to provide a golden opportunity for aspiring sports journalist across the globe. This internship will be created to honor the late More...

By Donald Battle On Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

Suzy Kolber Potential Replacement for Chris Berman

Suzy Kolber has become one of my favorite sports anchor. Kolber is a constant profession regardless to what role she is asked to play. On-site for Monday Night Football, a side reporter or as a studio host, Kolber More...

By Mark Gunnels On Sunday, July 19th, 2015

Friends and Fam Celebrate National Ice Cream Day in Memory of Stuart Scott

Legendary sports anchor, Stuart Scott, would’ve turned 50 years old today. Scott lost his battle with cancer earlier this year. In his loving memory, Scott’s daughters, who were accompanied by family More...

By Glenn Erby On Thursday, July 16th, 2015

ESPN’s John Saunders Offers To Pay For Eric Garner’s Tombstone

ESPN host John Saunders will reportedly cover the costs of a tombstone for Eric Garner, the New York Daily News is reporting. Saunders, the longtime host of “The Sports Reporters,” decided to make the gesture More...

By Samuel Logan On Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

NHRA Drag Racing Signs TV Deal With Fox Sports

  After announcing that they would end their television contract with ESPN, the NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) reported that they had officially signed a television deal with FOX Sports. If you didn’t More...

By Natasha Paul On Saturday, July 11th, 2015

Keith Thurman Calls Out Mayweather After Win Over Luis Collazo

Luis Collazo appeared to have quit on the stool after a cut opened over his right eye in the 7th round. At the beginning of the 8th, Collazo told the referee he couldn’t see, and the fight was subsequently More...

By Kevin Kourafas On Friday, July 10th, 2015

ESPN Lost a Huge Amount of Subscribers Last Year

In most of America’s mind, ESPN is the reigning MVP of the sports world. Their name is synonymous with televised sports, and SportsCenter remains the epicenter to a proper American morning & night ritual. Despite More...

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