When it comes to athletic greatness, at least when it’s being measured in our lifetime, the standard seems to be former NBA player Michael Jordan. Jordan won an NCAA championship, won six NBA titles, was named NBA MVP five times and played on 14 All-Star teams. Above all, he had a flair for the dramatic. It’s fair to say that he’s considered by most to be one of the most clutch...
Jesse Palmer has been selected to host Food Network's "Food Truck Face Off."
Jesse Palmer predicts Mississippi State to win the SEC West and Dak Prescott as a dark-horse Heisman candidate. Bold move, Cotton.
Chris Fowler is now forever endebted to Jesse Palmer, after he performed the Heimlich maneuver on him during half time of the Pinstripe Bowl.
Never before needed a Heimlich at halftime. (Or any time)!
thanks Jesse Palmer! He saved me from death by dry chicken sandwich.
— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) December 28, 2013
Not bad to have quick thinking, ex-NFL player around...
ESPN's Chris Fowler posts on his Twitter account that he needed broadcast partner Jesse Palmer to perform the Heimlich maneuver on him during halftime of the Pinstripe Bowl to avoid choking on a chicken sandwich.
''Never before needed a Heimlich at halftime. (Or any time)!'' Fowler posted Saturday. ''thanks Jesse Palmer! He saved me from death by dry...
Via AP on Fox
December 28, 2013
Former Florida Gator Jesse Palmer stated that he thinks Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott is a better running quarterback than Tim Tebow and Alex Smith.
ESPN’s Thursday night football game featured third-ranked Clemson at North Carolina State in a decent early season ACC matchup. ESPN runs Rece Davis, former Georgia linebacker David Pollack and former Florida quarterback/Bachelor/SEC-slapstick Jesse Palmer.
There is no denying that Clemson is a guarantee to schedule weak sisters, start each season off with a solid record and...
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ESPN college football analyst Jesse Palmer apologized for giving an upside-down Texas Longhorns Hook 'Em sign with his hand.
Kudos to Jesse Palmer for dropping a “busted coverage” during last night’s Va. Tech-Miami game because we’ve noticed a new trend where announcers are going with “blown coverage” or “missed assignment” over the traditional “busted coverage.”
In case you care, Miami won, 30-12, and will probably end up playing in the ACC Championship game on Dec. 1 in Charlotte...