Skip can lie until the cows come home and I won't know any different because he's made my "ignore" list in life.
I don't watch this espn show. I won't watch this espn show. I watch espn less and less each week.
I did see a few seconds of Mike and Mike this week and they had a UConn helmet on the desk, along with a few other college team helmets. Someone commented on having a Stanford helmet displayed but not a Cal helmet. Why didn't they display an ISU helmet and an ISU bball jersey, since UConn fell to ISU in both sports this year?
I'm sick of espn cartering to UConn. How's UConn doing in men's bball academic compliance, boys? Well enough to be on espn this week.
This morning's First Take was ridiculous. Skip Bayless going on and on about how his high school basketball coach screwed him over. Stephen A. and Jalen Rose with an endless argument about non players talking about athletes.
At least Skip got to bash on LeBron a little bit for the show turned into a circus
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith are biased tools. Basically they talk about Tebow for half the show and have their little argument then disagree on other stuff. Jalen Rose actually knows what he is talking about because he's been in the NBA for 13 years and knows how stuff goes. And in that video, Jalen seemed like the mature one while Bayless and Smith were like little children.
I haven't watched ESPN regular programming for quite some time. I went to work out over lunch the other day though and decided to turn on ESPN on the TV. They had on an interview with Jerry Ferrara. (I don't remember what sport he played, but he was decent on the first season of Entourage.) It's nice they are putting that E in ESPN to use. I remembered why I quit watching anything but live sports on their channels.
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