Found March 01, 2012 on Guyism:

Jalen Rose thinks Michael Wilbon is dead, sings terribly

Thursday night, ESPN placed NBA analyst Jalen Rose on the call of Michigan's game against Illinois.  Rose has quite the history at ESPN.  There's his DUI arrest, calling black players at Duke "Uncle Toms", and creation of a fantastical documentary about his own Fab Five team at Michigan that ESPN was more than happy to use to feed its endless hype and debate...

Wilbon says young journalists ‘look like ’

I didn’t make it to Tuesday night’s “Remembering Shirley Povich” event at the University of Maryland, but I sure wish I had been there to hear Michael Wilbon critique the sartorial sense of today’s young sports writers. Read full article >>

Shocker: Khloe Goes To Strip Clubs & Facebook User’s Face In Lube Ad

• Please watch this Jalen Rose ESPN blooper, please! • Rays’ manager Joe Maddon’s badass new ride • J. Lo boxing photo spread with infamous underboob • Surprised? Khloe & Lamar both like strippers • Who Wins USA vs. Italy Hot Chick Showdown? • ‘Extra’ hires this dime piece entertainment reporter • BC’s Favorite Brazilian Bikini Chick Of The Day: Flavia...

Game 30: Michigan at Illinois Open Thread

Photo: Dustin Johnston Michigan and Illinois will tip off at 7 p.m. eastern tonight as the Wolverines look to preserve their slim Big Ten title chances. Dave O’Brian, Stephen Bardo and former Michigan point guard Jalen Rose are scheduled to be on the call for ESPN. Join in the discussion before, during and after the game in the comments section below. Pre-Game Reading: Game 30...
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