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Brent Musburger Joins The SEC Network, Along With Jesse Palmer

All sorts of television news has been announced lately, and part of that, is who will be calling the college football games in the fall, and on which network. Brent Musburger is one that will be making a change. Brent Musburger has been calling games on ABC for a long time, but is now set to switch to the SEC …

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Dennis Rodman Says He’s Not Returning To North Korea

Ever since former basketball pro Dennis Rodman began taking trips to North Korea to hangout with his buddy Kim Jong, he’s received tons of backlash, and up until this point he’s remained pretty defiant and said he’ll befriend anyone he wants. Plus, he plans to visit the country many more times in the future, he said, but now he’s singing …

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Ken Griffey Jr. Apologizes for Awkward ESPN Inteview

Ken Griffey Jr.’s interview with Linda Cohn on ESPN’s SportsCenter was awkward to the point of being difficult to watch. Now Griffey wants Cohn and her viewers to know he’s sorry for how the interview went. Griffey gave a series of interviews on Wednesday in connection with Upper Deck’s month-long 25th anniversary celebration. Everyone wanted to know Griffey’s thoughts on …

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Curt Schilling Faces Radiation, Surgery

Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s woes continue. The ESPN analyst is undergoing radiation and will need more surgery as he battles an unknown type of cancer. “Week 2 begins with radiation and unfortunately more surgery,” Schilling posted on his Facebook page Monday. “Not gonna break me though, way too much faith in Him and love from friends and …

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Michael Wilbon Uses The N-word on National TV

Michael Wilbon, a co-host of EPSN’s Pardon The Interruption, is trending on the internet today for his use of the N-word on national television. Wilbon, who is African American, spoke out against a proposed rule the NFL is considering that would penalize a player 15-yards if they use the N-word on the field. While Wilbon thinks that the word should …

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Tracy McGrady May Attempt Baseball Career

It looks like Tracy McGrady may be considering a career in baseball after retiring from the NBA last year. ESPN commentator Jeff Van Gundy set off a swirl of rumors during a telecast of Friday night’s game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Oklahoma City Thunder. “I think he’s going to play independent league baseball as a pitcher this year,” …

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Nicki Minaj Blasts ESPN For Airbrushing [PHOTOS]

Nowadays, whenever you see an actor or model on a magazine cover, better believe their photo will be airbrushed to the max, and it usually doesn’t matter how attractive or beautiful they are. And you would figure that most celebrities would have some kind of say on the amount of airbrushing that’s being done, but that’s not always the case, …

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Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” Still a Clear Hit

This time of year, it might seem like the majority of Americans are nacho crunching, beer loving, football fans to the extreme. However, for a large subset of the American populace, the most interesting details surrounding the Superbowl are not, in fact, which two teams will be facing off. Instead, many Americans eagerly await the announcement of who will be …

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Jason Berryman, Former Iowa State Player, Found Dead

Ex-Iowa State Football Player Jason Thomas Berryman was found dead on Wednesday in his East Texas home. Succumbing to multiple gunshot wounds, the body of the 28-year-old former Cyclone player was found by family members who were just so happening to be visiting someone else in the area. There is no official indication to why Berryman’s death took place but …

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Jim Tressel Coaching For The Browns Isn’t True

Just after a few hours of the public hearing about the Cleveland Browns being interested in Jim Tressel, ex-head coach for Ohio State, the story was quickly shot down by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The rumor first started to take flight once Mary Kay Cabot, a beat writer for the team, Tweeted the following: “Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel will …

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Tim Tebow Hired As Analyst For ESPN

Tim Tebow has a new job. It still includes football, but not him playing it. The SEC Network has hired Tebow as a college football analyst for the pre-game show SEC Nation. While Tebow is still perusing his football career, he says that this is a great opportunity for him. “I am so excited that ESPN has given me this …

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Jon Gruden Does Not Want NFL Job

ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden has no interest resuming the position of head coach. Five coaches lost their jobs, which has created open positions in Cleveland, Detroit, Minnesota, Tampa Bay and Washington where Gruden has been listed as a potential option. Prior to joining ESPN in 2009, Gruden was the head coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as …

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