Last night ESPN broadcast it's first ever NFL Playoff game without one of it's emotional and best known anchors. Stuart Scott had done just about everything at ESPN, including adding well known catch phrases into the popular lexicon.
I like Keith Olbermann. I like his show on ESPN2 -- a lot.
I'm kind of peeved they moved it from 11 p.m. to 5 p.m.; I will never get to see it again.
And as much as I like Keith, his commentary and standing up for what's right and snarky good, I almost have to wonder when he will be fired.
Jerry Jones is a 105 year old multi-billionaire who owns, among other things, the Dallas Cowboys football team, AT&T Stadium, and about a million people. And he's been married to his wife for 85 of his 105 years on Earth.
I'm not gonna lie; I'm not really a Metallica fan.
I know, you are thinking to yourself: "What Diabetes Boy, are you a communist?"
I mean "One" and "Enter Sandman" are all right, but I'm not a huge speed metal fan. I'm sorry Metalhead Ned, but I'm just bringing the truth.
But, having said all that, the band is the feature of a new ESPN "SportsCenter" promo.
Remember when no one outside of Kent County cared about Grand Rapids? When the only reason GR would be mentioned was when the fact that more Jello is eaten here per capita than any other American city. Those days are over. Really.
I remember June 17, 1994, like it was yesterday.
I lived in Gaylord, and it was 97 degrees that Friday. I stayed the night in an air conditioned hotel room and watched the whole thing on TV like everyone else did. I still can hear the police officer on TV say: "The Los Angeles Police Department, right now, is actively searching for Mr. (O.J.) Simpson” and could hear the audible gasps and whis
Yes, I know. Dave Letterman is retiring.
We have heard about how Dave is the "Reining King of Late Night," a title I doubt Dave would ever agree with.
There was only one King of Late Night: Johnny Carson. Dave is the prince, but there was only one king. God rest his soul.
And we know Dave's successor is The Real Stephen Colbert, not Stephen Colbert from "The Colbert Report" o
Damn Jimmy V Foundation. They used to use sports figures to recite the famous Jim Valvano speech from the ESPYS. Now they are using kids and parents of kids with cancer. I hate crying at TV commercials. Maybe it's because I'm tired. Maybe it's because like so many cancer has touched my family.
A West Michigan man and a West Michigan running event are both gaining national publicity tonight due to a story aired on ESPN. The sport's channel's popular show E:60 featured Rockford native Johnny Agar and the popular Mitchell's Run on Tuesday night's episode.