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ESPN (A bunch of Death-Spiraling maroons)

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Buckeyeskickbuttocks, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. DZ83CK

    DZ83CK Not Banned

  2. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck 2014 National Champions!

    What surprises me is Broussard whiffing. He's usually got a pretty good finger on the pulse.
    malibuspeedrace likes this.
  3. BayBuck

    BayBuck Buckeyes are best

    It's always hard to tell, but I hope this is a joke. :lol: Nobody is more consistently wrong on NBA intel than Broussard.
    Mike80 and OHSportsFan like this.
  4. buckeyebri

    buckeyebri Reach down between my legs...

    Seriously ESPN

  5. CFPBuckeye

    CFPBuckeye Turned down a Harbaugh sleepover '17 Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Nobody said the major moves were positive, especially in the case of Penn State.
  6. buckeyebri

    buckeyebri Reach down between my legs...

    I didn’t click the bait, but thought it was funny that The Pedsters would be in the picture. Makes one assume ESPN thinks they’re making top notch moves....
  7. CFPBuckeye

    CFPBuckeye Turned down a Harbaugh sleepover '17 Fantasy Baseball Champ

    Well nobody has made a bigger move and by that, I mean, a plummet down the rankings.

    I didn’t click it either. Not that I could with it being just a picture.

    But ESPN probably does think ol’ “not elite” is doing something noteworthy other than drugs.
    buckeyebri likes this.
  8. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    Ex-Wazzu QB, No. 2 pick Leaf hired by ESPN

    Ryan Leaf has been hired by ESPN to be a college football analyst, another step in the remarkable comeback of the former Washington State star who has battled drug addiction and served time in prison.

    Leaf will be paired with play-by-play announcer Clay Matvick and will call games mostly on ESPN2 and ESPNU. The No. 2 overall NFL draft pick of the San Diego Chargers in 1998 worked for the Pac-12 Network last season and has been co-hosting a show on SiriusXM's Pac-12 channel.

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    charlohiottean likes this.
  9. charlohiottean

    charlohiottean So much potential…

    In terms of quality of life, I hope Leaf>Schlichter.
    brodybuck21 and Thump like this.
  10. Bucklion

    Bucklion Throwback Staff Member Former Premier League Champ

    Depends on whether he blames everyone else like Art always has
    brodybuck21 likes this.
  11. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    ESPN founder Rasmussen: I have Parkinson's

    Bill Rasmussen, who founded ESPN in 1979, announced Monday he is battling Parkinson's disease.

    Rasmussen, 86, in a first-person story on ESPN's Front Row website, said he was diagnosed with the disease in 2014, but is sharing his diagnosis now, hoping to help others struggling with the disease and those looking for a cure.

    Parkinson's disease is a condition affecting the brain that results in the progressive loss of coordination and movement and affects between 600,000 and 1 million people in the United States alone. Rasmussen writes that though he didn't feel different at first, growing issues with shaking hands, a slower gait and balance convinced him to share his diagnosis.

    "First and foremost -- I'm doing well. For a guy pushing 87, and with the help of medicine that helps treat my symptoms, I still get around quite well and continue to travel the country telling the ESPN/life lessons stories as I have for decades," he writes. "I live in Seattle now with my amazing daughter, Lynn, a registered nurse and her incredible family, who have been on this journey with me and without whom this Parkinson's mystery would be a lot harder to tackle.

    "Now, by expanding the circle, by sharing my experiences, my hope is that I can help others who are impacted by Parkinson's and we'll all learn more together."
    Rasmussen, with his son, Scott, launched ESPN on Sept. 7, 1979, using the emerging technology of satellites to deliver television programming.

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  12. ScriptOhio

    ScriptOhio Everybody is somebody else's weirdo.

    NCAA, Jackie Sherrill reach settlement in 15-year long case

    Fifteen years after the case first went to trial, the NCAA and former Mississippi State University football coach Jackie Sherrill agreed to a settlement Wednesday afternoon.

    Lead attorneys for both sides Jim Waide and Cal Mayo made the announcement in Madison County Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon.

    The terms of the settlement remain confidential.

    Mayo, the lead attorney for the NCAA, referred questions to the NCAA head office.

    “Rather than continuing what already has been a lengthy legal process, all parties have agreed to confidentially settle the claims in this case without admissions of liability or responsibility. We thank the court and jury for their service and professional participation in the process.” said Donald Remy, chief legal officer for the NCAA.

    Sherrill said the conclusion to the case vindicated him.

    "I'm relieved," Sherrill said after the announcement, "especially after all this time."

    Sherrill first brought the lawsuit against the NCAA to court in 2004. But the case remained outside the courtroom until Judge Dewey Arthur took the bench earlier this year.

    Sherrill's attorneys argued that investigators with the NCAA damaged his reputation and future coaching options by publicly naming him as a subject of recruitment violation allegations in 2003.

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  13. TooTallMenardo

    TooTallMenardo “Big-time players step up in big-time games.” '17 Bowl Pick Em Champ

    Thursday night football games just got much more watchable:

    Hasselbeck and McAfee could be a phenomenal pairing.
  14. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    So, the ticker on ESPNU has Youngstown State playing Stanford in football tomorrow in the Guardian Credit Union Kickoff. I about shit myself. Then when I checked YSU's schedule, they're actually playing Samford. Fucking moron interns.

    Last edited: Aug 24, 2019
  15. buckeyebri

    buckeyebri Reach down between my legs...

    Ha ha their FPI has scUM at 5 and tOSU not even in the top 10. what a bunch of maroons....
    buckeyeintn likes this.

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