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ESPN’s Coverage Of The Women’s NCAA Tournament Carries Echoes Of Other Sports

With first-rate professionals Kevin Negandhi, Kara Lawson, and Rebecca Lobo in the studio, ESPN has respected the intelligence of viewers during the 2015 Women’s NCAA Tournament. Showcasing Lawson and Lobo, the two best women’s analysts not named Doris Burke, has marked yet another step forward in the continuing evolution of ESPN’s women’s college basketball coverage. Lawson...
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March 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Your Championship Week Announcing Schedule for 3/12

American Athletic Tournament, FedEx Forum, Memphis Central Florida vs East Carolina (ESPNU 3:30 pm) Dave O’Brien, Doris Burke Houston vs Tulane (ESPNews 6 pm) Dave O’Brien, Doris Burke South Florida vs Connecticut (ESPNews 8 pm) Mike Patrick, Len Elmore Atlantic 10 Tournament, Barclays Center, New York Massachusetts vs LaSalle (NBCSN Noon) Steve Schlanger...
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March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Doris Burke is terrified of coach Pop

The Courier-Journal caught up with ESPN analyst and sideline reporter Doris Burke and that turned into a very fun conversation. She was asked many questions, but of course she was asked about interviewing players and coaches and of course San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich came up. Here’s the question that was posed to […]
Via Project Spurs
December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Doris Burke almost driven to tears by Gregg Popovich interview

We all remember this now-infamous Doris Burke interview of San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich during last year’s Western Conference Finals: Yes, it’s now become known as the “Turnovers” interview.  It was funny at the time because as we have come to know with Popovich, he never likes the in-game TV interview and he gives nothing. It may be playful to him (especially...
Via Awful Announcing
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Women at work: Burke shines as ESPN analyst in NBA playoffs; only female announcer in pro baseball looks to make mark

A couple observations about women getting their shots in sports media: ****** Saturday, I tuned into the Atlanta-Indiana playoff game on ESPN. Mark Jones called the game with Doris Burke serving as his analyst. As usual, Burke was spot on with her analysis. She knows the game and is terrific in breaking it down. Nothing new here, which is just the point. A female analyst  for a...
Via Sherman Report
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Open Thread: Cuse-Pitt (Trying to Keep the Streak)

7pm on ESPN. Dave O’Brien and Doris Burke are the announcing crew, so it’s going to be all about the game. You may have heard and will hear something about that 9-0 versus top-5 teams at the Pete. So that’s out there. There’s also the fact that the last time Syracuse beat Pitt at the Pete was 10 years ago in a 48-45 mess of a game. Questions abound on the overall health of...
Via Pitt Blather
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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