ESPN is likely to keep its current "Countdown" team of Jalen Rose, Doug Collins and Sage Steele for the 15-16 season.
The current trio has been considered its "highest-functioning" unit of the past decade.
Rose is considered a rising star at ESPN, according to a source. Rose joined the show with Bill Simmons, but the ousting of the Grantland Editor-in-Chief hasn't impacted Rose's...
Christian Laettner was quite the ladies’ man while in college. He was so in demand that he even put a time limit on his female visitors. Doug Collins related a great anecdote on the 30 for 30 “I Hate Christian Laettner” film about his son, Chris, who hung out with Laettner during a recruiting visit...Read More
Every parent has felt the way Doug Collins did this afternoon. Every parent isn’t a former NBA coach with a son who coaches a Big Ten men’s basketball team, though.
Thanfully, Doug Collins is, so his awesome reactions were captured on camera by the Big Ten Network.
Northwestern, coached by Chris Collins, defeated Iowa in overtime Sunday afternoon, 66-61, in Evanston, Ill....
This was good.Those that were watching ESPN's pregame show prior to Wednesday evening's contest between the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat were treated to a special surprise: Doug Collins following Jalen Rose's lead and finishing a line to a once-popular (and still awesome) Birdman/Clipse song.While discussing Chris 'The Birdman' Anderson, a logical connection to Brian 'Baby'...
When Jalen Rose asks Doug Collins for the line after “Brrrrrr” and Collins responds “What Happened To That Boy?” His street cred rose 1000 points to the level of his always on point analyst work. Who knew DC was a Birdman fan.
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Jalen Rose sets up the Birdman call, and Doug Collins finishes in this Vine. It's the stuff of legends.
My latest column for the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana is on analysts who make the jump to coaching and newly fired coaches who find landing spots as TV analysts.
There is a little-known shuttle that exists in sports. We’ll call it the Doug Collins Express.
The Collins Express is set up for TV analysts who jump to the other side to become coaches and...