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ESPN president admits amount of Tebow coverage has been a mistake

ESPN’s overwhelming Tim Tebow coverage looks to be trending downward after network president John Skipper said he told producers to take it back a notch following criticism from Doug Gottlieb Former ESPN analyst Doug Gottlieb evidently lit a fire under … Continue reading

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The First Televised NFL Draft

After ESPN’s production of the NFL draft this weekend it’s hard to picture the event as anything other than a slick, lavish event designed as much for TV as for the league itself. Today, it’s an event discussed and analyzed … Continue reading

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The Ego & Media Fluff Behind the Tebow/Manning Circus

There’s no question the hype surrounding Tim Tebow is overblown. He won’t be a franchise’s savior (pun intended) nor is he the worst quarterback to ever throw a pigskin. As a person, he’s obviously an easy guy to root for. … Continue reading

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I miss you already, Boomer

I miss Chris Berman already. His “2 Minute Drill” is the best part of ESPN during football season and now that it won’t be around for a while I’m going through some serious grief. Ol’ Boomer is definitely near the … Continue reading

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