Found August 26, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Jason Whitlock’s first assignment since signing on with ESPN was to serve as a guest on Keith Olbermann’s new ESPN2 talk show. The two discussed the media’s treatment of the New York Jets, and they ventured into a discussion about the significance of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I have a Dream” speech to the sports […]
BEST OF MAXIM
Fox Sports 1 and Keith Olbermann’s new ESPN show both made their debuts in the past few weeks and did so rather swimmingly. Another sports show and its premiere, however, didn’t exactly go so well.
The program is called “Game On” and it comes via South Africa, where technical difficulties, awkward silences, terrified presenters and jumbled cricket highlights come together...
I was in bed when Glenn, a friend of BC, blasted me with an urgent text message after 11:30 p.m.
“DUDE YOU MADE…
In a month of anticipated television debuts, the initial bow of Olbermann, Keith Olbermann's late night return to ESPN2, may have been the most eagerly awaited. Hell is still thawing out from the shock of the sportscaster turned political commentator turning sportscaster again and returning to the network he left in a blaze of glory.
For all the hype surrounding the launch...
Not the end of their careers
Not going to apologize about this: I'm a Keith Olbermann fan. Don't mind his politics (well, obviously), love his writing, enjoyed him back in the day when ESPN was giving us all the fleeting hope that you could be smart and have a sports network, didn't take it personally when he tried to make ESPN2 work way back when, and was geeked enough...