Old people say some funny stuff.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
This is Chris Kamara, and he is already my favorite futbol reporter of all time.
Yankees TV analyst David Cone employs an interesting choice of words when discussing the intricacies of big-league pitching.
TNT sideline announcer Craig Sager wore a particularly heinous suit this weekend -- I mean, even for him -- and Kevin Garnett rightly instructed him to burn the entire thing.
Former WNBA star Stacey Dales left her job as a sideline reporter and analyst for ESPN because the Worldwide Leader apparently <a href="http://newsok.com/stacey-dales-espn-fail-to-make-a-deal/article/3345434?custom_click=pod_lead_ou-sports" target="_blank">refused to fly her first class</a>.
I thought this was all done and settled weeks or months ago, but apparently this is today's news: Playboy has once again named ESPN's Erin Pageviews as the <a href="http://www.playboy.com/arts-entertainment/playboy-list/erin_andrews/01.html" target="_blank">nation's Sexiest Sportscaster</a>.
NBA Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler provides color commentary for Rockets games, and he is outstanding at it.
David Letterman sent Biff Henderson to be a Late Night correspondent at the Super Bowl.
After seeing this image, I was surprised to learn that Chris Berman has spent the last 30 years working for ESPN, and not drinking Wild Irish Rose and sleeping on a park bench.
Everyone has hated the stupid FOX Sports robot -- "Cleatus" -- ever since it debuted, and FOX doesn't get abused for it the way they should.
With less than three minutes to play, the Eagles had the ball and led by two scores in what was about to be an upset of the conference's top-seeded team in hostile Giants Stadium.
Michael Strahan and NFL scoopmaster Jay Glazer partied with Eddie Murphy's ex-wife (left) and some other on-air talent from FOX over New Year's, and the night had all the humping, licking, and groping you'd want to start your year off with (as the rest of the photos at <a href="http://deadspin.com/5126407/its-never-a-real-new-years-party-until-jay-glazer-licks-your-face" target="_blank">Deadspin</a> attest).
The police report from Charles Barkley's DUI arrest was released, and it's not hyperbole to say that this will only add to the legacy of Sir Charles.
NBA Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence early this morning in a Phoenix suburb.
Not that I'm up to speed on this subject any more, but "The Simpsons" looks like it's still going strong.
Here's the opening commentary from American Andrew Weibrecht's run at the <a href="http://www.boston.com/sports/other_sports/skiing/articles/2008/12/06/svindal_takes_flight_birds_wipes_out_us_skiers/?rss_id=Boston.com+%2F+Sports+%2F+Other+sports" target="_blank">notoriously dangerous Birds of Prey course</a> in Beaver Creek, Colo.
As noted earlier this week at With Leather, Shelden Williams <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/?p=12693">married WNBA star Candace Parker</a>, and we had the good taste not to bring up the mental image of a zombie lookalike and a muscular Amazon getting it on with a third party.
Erin Andrews has been named <a href="http://www.playboy.com/arts-entertainment/features/americas-sexiest-sportscaster/americas-sexiest-sportscaster.html" target="_blank">America's Sexiest Sportscaster</a> for the second year running, but perhaps Playboy should open up the competition to foreign candidates: Charlotte Jackson of the UK's Setanta Sports News has the same kind of fervent following across the pond that Erin Pageviews garners here.
Late last month, New York sports pundit Mike Francesca chose to televise its game feeds unavailable to other networks, leading expert bloviator Keith Olbermann to name Francesca "the worst person in the world" on his November 7th show.
Keyshawn Johnson, a watered-down version of Michael Irvin in every possible way, will be expanding his career beyond "analyzing" the NFL for ESPN when he <a href="http://www.aetv.com/news/?id=380920" target="_blank">stars in a newly greenlit reality show</a> for A&E about his new career as.