Found July 16, 2013 on
Say what you want about ESPN – that the Worldwide Leader has become the sports journalism equivalent of Fox News or MSNBC, the network holds a pathetic grudge against the NHL for not cowtowing and pretending that the coverage is bigger than the sport, it pays more money to sensationalist hacks like Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith than it does to actual journalists who report actual news because it’s cheaper to troll the American public under the guise of debate than it is to bring people a balanced and unbiased sports news cycle, or it refuses to source other competing media reporters who work hard to report accurate stories by name and instead lets Chris Broussard and others hide behind “Sources” or “Reports” – but that network sure does make an entertaining commercial.In the latest “This is SportsCenter” spot, golfer Rickie Fowler pokes fun at his own bright duds by pretending that he’s color blind. Man, that’s some quality goofing right there.
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ESPN has consistently delivered some fantastic spots with their “This Is SportsCenter” ads over the years. Their latest, starring PGA golfer Rickie Fowler, is the latest great commercial. In the ad, Rickie Fowler runs into a minor issue with his eyesight in the ESPN break room, as pointed out by SportsCenter anchor John Anderson. Great stuff, check it out above. [ESPN] Article...
If ESPN’s hunch is right, Rickie Fowler never meant to dress like a creamsicle.
A new This Is SportsCenter commercial has solved another one of sports’ lingering questions, tracking down the reasoning behind Rickie Fowler’s colorful outfits. Let’s just say that coffee probably isn’t the only thing that tastes bad if this is indeed what’s up with Fowler’s world.
The folks at ESPN have done it again with yet another "This Is SportsCenter" commercial.This one features PGA Tour golfer Rickie Fowler trying to get coffee alongside anchor John Anderson. However, Fowler's attempt at mixing the right combination is thwarted by his apparent color blindness.The whole idea that Fowler is color blind is a joke, of course. It's just...
This newest “This Is SportsCenter” spot does a fantastic job of using the jokes people make about Rickie Fowler and how he dresses. I’m not sure if color blind people would be drawn to brighter colors, but it would make a lot of sense for Fowler to be color blind based on how he dresses sometimes.
ESPN has consistently delivered some fantastic spots with their “This Is SportsCenter” ads over the years. Their latest, starring PGA golfer Rickie Fowler, is the latest great commercial.
In the ad, Rickie Fowler runs into a minor issue with his eyesight in the ESPN break room, as pointed out by SportsCenter anchor John Anderson. Great stuff, check it out above.
Rickie Fowler regularly sports his trademark orange outfits during Tournaments, and now this "Colorblind" SportsCenter commercial explains why.
ESPN has been bringing the heat with their “This Is SportsCenter” commercials for several decades now, each providing its own unique take on sports and sports journalism with a touch of humor involved. The network released their latest spot, featuring Rickie Fowler, which you can watch below. This got us thinking about the great history of the commercials, so here are the 100...