- Geek & Sci-Fi
Sure, this is a clip from First Take, but this is positively one of the stupidest things a human being has ever said on television.
Whoopi Goldberg defended Stephen A. Smith on 'The View' by saying that if a woman hits a man, she should expect to be hit in return.
Pleas, baby, pleas.
After adding to the confusion with a string of Tweets, Stephen A. Smith finally typed a complete apology for his domestic violence rant.
So remember, ladies: if you don't like getting beaten, don't do stuff that makes your man want to beat the crap out of you. Got it? Good.
A lot of people are upset with Richard Sherman's postgame interview from last night, but everyone should be celebrating his WWE-like personality.
This year’s NBA Finals, folks – they weren’t about the Miami Heat or the San Antonio Spurs.
The New York Jets have had a bullseye on their back since Rex Ryan burst onto the scene, making as many brash predictions as he could think of.
Last month, the incomparable Will Leitch wrote probably <a href="http://nymag.com/daily/sports/2012/08/please-stop-feeding-the-skip-bayless.html">the most poignant piece to date on how American sports fans and TV audience can best combat</a> ESPN’s resident troll, Skip Bayless.
During last night’s Game 4 of the NBA Finals I noticed a Tweet from someone about Skip Bayless making fun of Chris Bosh, and without thinking I clicked over to Bayless’ Twitter profile.
On the surface, Skip Bayless seems to have a very easy job – take a stance on a topic and shout louder than the person who is arguing the opposing view.
Ah yes, the perfect storm for a sports blogger: an incredibly attractive female athlete paired with an ESPN personality made to look like a moron.
Still in it's infancy, 2009 hasn't lacked for excitement as we knock the cobwebs out our brains while recovering from our holiday stupor.
On Tuesday, Lil' Wayne will be invading ESPN2's airwaves as a guest on <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_and_10_(ESPN_TV_series)">First Take</a>.