Today’s Sunday Special Sports Blog focuses on a priceless endeavor. It recognizes the NFL, once again, for making A Crucial Catch its annual initiative to raise awareness of, or as its slogan aptly states, to intercept cancer. The NFL’s Crucial … Continue reading
You don’t need to be a swami to predict this ESPN legend’s inclusion in my new sports comic book Favorite Sportscasters.
Check out this excerpt about one of my top talking heads in sports.
My choice for the #6 spot is arguably one of sports media’s most respected and decorated television broadcasters.
Synonymous with the ESPN brand, Chris Berman started with the then fledgling network way “back…back…back” in 1979.Continue reading
Today’s sports blog recounts the 1972 ground breaking law known as Title IX that changed the landscape of women’s sports in our country. On June 23, 1972 former President Richard M. Nixon signed into law the landmark civil rights legislation … Continue reading
Standing 13.5” tall and weighing in at a hefty 25 lbs., the iconic Heisman Trophy is unquestionably the most prestigious award in college sports. The big bronze trophy easily stiff-arms all other potential choices to be the focus of today’s … Continue reading
More than 40 years ago this week a significant game changer in sports television viewing occurred. On December 7, 1963, CBS Sports introduced Tony Verna’s instant replay concept during the Army vs. Navy football game at the old Municipal Stadium … Continue reading
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog declares my favorite sportscasters of all-time: PTI’s Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon. ESPN claims that these sparring sportscasters have made PTI, or Pardon The Interruption, the most successful show of its kind in sports … Continue reading
This weekend marks the start of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company’s 60th year of aerial advertising during college football games. The company’s annual broadcast coverage will culminate with a lucky college football fan hitching a ride on the famous … Continue reading
R.I.P. to former NBA favorite Darryl “Chocolate Thunder” Dawkins as he is laid to rest this week after dying from an unexpected heart attack. Though he never achieved the impossible expectations that others placed upon him, Darryl Dawkins will always … Continue reading
The Stockton, Paul, Lillard and Curry twins need to make room for another pair of assist makers in the State Farm Born to Assist ads. Sue Bird and her fictional twin sister, Summer, step into the scenes of the new … Continue reading
The Trademarked MIKE sports property is extending its digital brand. With an ever growing portfolio of 635 sports blogs and 37 sports comic books (ebooks), the new MIKE on Sports podcast will launch this spring on iTunes and Stitcher Radio. … Continue reading