We are one day away from the Super Bowl and of course, that means live blogging action on Super Sunday.
Are you old enough to remember the 1997 movie Good Burger? While Kenan Thompson, who played one half of the burger serving duo, has gone on to success at Saturday Night Live, I often wondered what happened to the other half.
New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman posted another spiffy video tribute to his teammates prior to the Pats heading to Houston on Monday in preparation for Super Bowl LI.
Television sports play-by-play man and personality Brent Musburger will announce the final game of a legendary career next Tuesday night. The 77-year-old Musburger will hang up his microphone after next Tuesday night’s college basketball contest between Georgia and Kentucky.
The demise of the NFL has been greatly exaggerated. Green Bay’s last-second win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was seen by over 48 million people – the most people ever to see an NFL Divisional playoff game.
As mentioned on the blog several months ago, rumors were floating around that Chris Berman – the longtime face of ESPN’s NFL coverage – would be out in some manner after this season’s conclusion. On Thursday, that news became official.
Aaron Rodgers To Appear With Bill Simmons Wednesday; May Answer Questions About Bachelorette Brother
Aaron Rodgers will appear on Any Given Wednesday with Bill Simmons on HBO Wednesday night.
“Waiting All Day For Sunday Night” has reached its end.
It would be somewhat easy to argue that the history of the NFL’s long and profitable relationship with television could not be told without some sort of nod to ESPN’s Chris Berman.
Coming off of its highest-rated Thursday night run ever (and with some competitive games for a change), the NFL will add another broadcast partner for Thursday Night Football coverage during the 2016 and 17 seasons. The NFL announced on Monday that NBC will be jumping into the mix […]