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Jared Dudley: Melo is the most overrated player in the NBA

Milwaukee Buck Jared Dudley was with Colin Cowherd yesterday. CC asked JD who the most overrated player in the NBA today is:“I would say Carmelo [Anthony] … Carmelo is viewed as a top-five player … He has the talent to be able to facilitate … He’s gotta get out of the first, second rounds — he’s gotta get his teams to the playoffs. LeBron, with that [Knicks] roster...
Via Bob's Blitz
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Colin Cowherd’s Straw Man Is a Sports Radio Genius. Are you Comfortable With That?

Picture yourself walking down a major American city on a fine late spring afternoon. Maybe you have your ear buds in listening to the hottest sports takes of the day to get the blood boiling. Now picture walking past an otherwise anonymous man in a trench coat who opens the coat right in front of you, and each and every passerby, trying desperately to get attention from anyone who...
Via Awful Announcing
1 day ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Colin Cowherd Suggests “Denying Minorities Jobs in America” to Help NFL’s Domestic Violence Issue

Credit Colin Cowherd for always speaking his mind. Having to talk for a living isn’t easy, so being candid is essential. However, that doesn’t mean what comes out of his mind at times isn’t nonsense. That was the case today. […]
Via The Kevin Burke Project
2 days ago  |  Discuss

ESPN’s Colin Cowherd Selling Massive Florida Mansion For $4.25M (Photos)

Everyone knows people who play sports make a lot of money. But some people who talk about sports do quite all right for themselves, too. Apparently you can file Colin Cowherd under that category. The ESPN morning radio show host and former co-host of ESPN’s “SportsNation” recently decided to put his lavish mansion in Naples, Fla., on the market for a cool $4.25 million. Cowherd...
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Colin Cowherd is selling a Florida house for $4.25 million

Maybe Colin Cowherd’s got a future in real estate – according to Busted Coverage, this Naples, Florida house being sold for $4.25 million is currently owned by Cowherd. Apparently, trolling those less fortunate over their own unemployment on national radio pays off quite handsomely! It’s the new American dream. The four bedroom, three bathroom home is 4,960 square feet,...
Via Awful Announcing
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Scott Van Pelt throws epic shade at Colin Cowherd over John Wall

Someone might have to arrest Scott Van Pelt for committing ESPN on ESPN crime Tuesday night. Van Pelt, who is a Maryland native and huge fan of the area’s local sports teams, was rightfully impressed with John Wall’s incredible performance in a 117-106 win over the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Prepare yourselves for even more Colin Cowherd on ESPN airwaves

SBJ reports that ESPN has been in discussions with controversial radio host and amateur sociologist Colin Cowherd to “increase his television presence” in Bristol.  Why is this?  Because evidently Cowherd has lobbied the network to give him his own Bill Maher style show where he can talk sports and… gulp… politics.  ESPN is listening. ESPN Radio host Colin Cowherd told...
Via Awful Announcing
March 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Colin Cowherd Claims To Know Who Michigan Is Going To Hire, Believes Fans Will Like It

ESPN’s Colin Cowherd believes that he knows who the next Michigan head coach will be, but he is not ready to reveal the name. Instead, he went on a little rant about the hire, which he is very fired up about, without giving too many hints or specifics. The most interesting tidbits: it isn’t someone that Michigan fans would think of, it is a coach with a job at the moment, and...
Via College Spun
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Colin Cowherd implies southern culture to blame for Tony Stewart-Kevin Ward accident??

Colin Cowherd: Expert Sociologist is at it again. The man that brought you previous lectures on how people in Ohio and Indiana are bringing unemployment on themselves and why Pacers fans weren’t attending games because of race is back once more to teach us all a lesson about how the world really works. Cowherd spent some time on the Tony Stewart-Kevin Ward tragedy on his radio...
Via Awful Announcing
August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Angry Alabama fan Phyllis calls Colin Cowherd ‘Cow-Turd’ in best radio call ever (Audio)

Paul Finebaum welcomed fellow ESPN Radio personality Colin Cowherd onto his radio show on Wednesday to discuss some SEC football. During their chat, Cowherd spoke about how he believes Auburn is better positioned for the immediate future than Alabama and will beat the Tide in Tuscaloosa next season en route to a BCS National Championship. […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 19, 2013  |  Discuss

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