Posted January 21, 2012 on
To someone who might not be a fan of either Pitt or Louisville, there might be a concern of whether or not Saturday's broadcast will draw viewers of a matchup between the 11th and 16th place teams in the Big East. Rece Davis and Jay Bilas offer their take on how Saturday's game is still one that everyone should watch.
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This may be the best College Basketball Gameday sign of all time. A picture of ESPN’s sports personality Jay Bilas looking like a gangster with a sign that reads “JAY BILAS THE TRILLEST”. Two bored girls sat in the background with a sign that read “The losing stops now.” It may be time to get you some caffeine or amphetamines to wake you up for all of the college basketball...
College Gameday was at Pittsburgh because the Louisville Cardinals are coming to town to try and take down the Panthers. The College Gameday signs did not disappoint where a sign where a sign read “JAY BILAS THE TRILLEST”. This has to be one of the best signs ever shown on television. They also showed pictures of Jay Bilas’ iPod bumping Young Jeezy for the crowd. Jay Bilas...
Jay Bilas had a couple of interesting takes on Pitt's 2011-12 season, the bizarre departure of Khem Birch, and how Pitt's struggles are more than just the loss of one player.
Turns out all those 6 am rap tweets are finally paying off for Jay Bilas. Turning him from "The Wingspan" guy to "The Trillest" guy. Glad to see college basketball is finally picking on their ESPN anchors like their college football brethren have conquered. Remember though, NO HOLDS BARRED. [@TravisHouser]
North Carolina (15-3, 2-1 ACC) will look to bounce back from a loss at Florida State when it visits Virginia Tech (11-6, 0-3 ACC) on Thursday night at 9 p.m. in the Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va. ESPN will televise the game nationally. John Saunders (play-by-play) and Jay Bilas (analyst) will have the call.