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The Media’s Three Card Monte

by Junior D December 20, 2013
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I know that everyone is all over this Duck Dynasty story that seems to be the new flavor of the month. It got me thinking about these “big” stories in sports that fade out almost as quickly as they hit Facebook and Twitter. Since the whole Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin story broke, every sensitivity expert gave […]

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The Networks Make a Mess of the Masters

by Bryan Z. April 15, 2013
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I have been looking forward to The Masters since the first flake of fluffy, white snow fell on Columbus back in November last year. We’ve already talked about the lifeless vacuum that sports has become after the Super Bowl ends in early February. All you can do during those dark weeks in the cold of […]

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ESPN’s Rob Parker Needs To Go Away

by Junior D December 21, 2012

I don’t often call for people to get fired. Most of the time I just wish certain people would go away. Rob Parker from ESPN is one of those people. If you haven’t heard or seen his comments about RGIII on ESPN’s “First Take,” I will include the video below. Am I one to think […]

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Mark Cuban Verbally Bitch Slaps Skip Bayless

by Junior D June 24, 2012

There is no one more pompous and arrogant in the sports media than Skip Bayless. There is no owner that is more willing to take people to task and look at things from every angle than Mark Cuban. When these two met on the set of ESPN’s First Take on Friday, Mark Cuban took Skip […]

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Back, Back, Back….Enough!

by Junior D June 11, 2012

I was originally going to post this under “Diary of a Douchebag” but thought that I needed a good rant. When I was growing up in Western New York, the World Wide Leader was the only game in town when it came to sports coverage. Nothing had changed into the early 90s when I was […]

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