Hulk Hogan Speaks Out – WWE Network & WrestleMania

Credit: Dave Whitaker and Hulk Hogan was on ESPN2′s SportsNation Wednesday. He was on for two segments Max Kellerman asked who was bigger in wrestling than Hogan. Hogan said Andre The Giant. When Kellerman mentioned Hogan slamming Andre, he rsponded that was a long time ago. Hogan mentioned being in the ring with John Cena and Arnold Schwartzenegger and said it (Hulkamania...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Hulk Hogan Speaks Out – WWE Network & WrestleMania

Credit: Dave Whitaker and Hulk Hogan was on ESPN2′s SportsNation Wednesday. He was on for two segments Max Kellerman asked who was bigger in wrestling than Hogan. Hogan said Andre The Giant. When Kellerman mentioned Hogan slamming Andre, he rsponded that was a long time ago. Hogan mentioned being in the ring with John Cena and Arnold Schwartzenegger and said it (Hulkamania...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Audibles: Kenny schools Marcellus, F1 car tires, Chromecast update, and some randoms

Adrian Gonzalez Hung Out With Some Cool Guys on an Australian Beach SPORTS Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith Schools Marcellus Wiley in Pop-A-Shot, Then Teaches Him How to Shoot – Diehard Sport Hottest Cheerleaders Of March Madness: 2014 NCAA Tournament’s Sexy Sideline Show – Gamedayr LeBron James says he needs to re-adjust to playing with Dwyane Wade – Ball Don’t Lie NBA Rumors...
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March 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Kenny ‘The Jet’ Smith Schools Marcellus Wiley in Pop-A-Shot, Then Teaches Him How to Shoot

It’s not everyday you get to watch two former professional athletes play sports against one another, though this is just a small basketball game. On Tuesday, Kenny Smith visited SportsNation and played one of its hosts, former Buffalo Bill Marcellus Wiley, in Pop-A-Shot, beating him 43-33. He then took to teaching Wiley how to properly shoot, who was profusely sweating throughout...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Hot 100: Charissa Thompson Photos

No. 12: Charissa Thompson Charissa Thompson has made appearances on many sports networks, including ESPN, Fox Sports Net, Versus, and The Big Ten Network. She is most famous for co-hosting SportsNation with Marcellus Wiley, and you can find her these days at Fox Sports 1.  Next On The Hot 100: Meghan Hardin >>>  More Photos Of Charissa Thompson (2/10) >>> Twitter/@CharissaT
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December 07, 2013  |  Discuss

2 Chainz Says Rappers Can Sell More Sneakers Than Athletes (Video)

Rapper 2 Chainz made an appearance on ESPN’s Sports Nation yesterday and was very candid regarding his stance on musicians signing large-brand sneaker deals. This conversation sparked a few days ago with Kanye’s departure of Nike for Adidas and Drake’s deal with Jordan Brand. There was also an article on that really touched on the new rapper/sneaker dynamic...
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December 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant names his all-time starting five, leaves out LeBron James

During an interview with ESPN2′s SportsNation show, Kevin Durant revealed his all-time NBA, starting five lineup. Hosts Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley asked him a plethora of interesting questions, but the starting five answer was the most interesting. The usual suspects were all there with Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, but Durant went with a big front court...
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September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Max Kellerman new full time co-host of SportsNation

With Charissa Thompson leaving ESPN for Fox, Bristol needs a new co-host for SportsNation, a show which has seen quite a bit of turnover since the days of Colin Cowherd and Michelle Beadle.  Marcellus Wiley has been entrenched as one co-host and now comes word today from ESPN PR's Mike Soltys that his ESPN LA radio partner and former Around the Horn host Max Kellerman will join...
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June 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Nick Young hits up Miss California, Mabelynn Capeluj on Twitter

Grizzlies Quincy Pondexter tried his luck with Chandler Lawson, current Miss Tennessee. Today Sixers Nick Young appeared on ESPN’s “Sports Nation” and they asked Nick what his thoughts were about it. Thirsty or no. Nick went with NO. So Marcellus Wiley and Charrissa Thompson decided to give Nick a suggestion for his own target, Miss California, Mabelynn Capeluj. Of course her...
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May 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Byrd vs. Levitre: Your ultimate guide to who the Bills will re-sign

Well, this isn't exactly debating Drury or Briere, is it?  It has been a long time since two Bills players will earn somewhere between 6-8 million bucks a year have hit the market at the same time. That's what happens when you suck for so long. You don't have players other teams want. I think you'd have to go back to the 2000 offseason when Eric Moulds and Marcellus...
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February 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Trivia: Who Were the Last Defensive Linemen Drafted When Dallas Ran the 4-3?

The Cowboys last used the 4-3 defense in 2004. The Dallas Cowboys ran different versions of the 4-3 between 1960 and 2004. In fact, Tom Landry developed the 4-3 that became prevalent throughout the league. When Jimmy Johnson became head coach in 1989, he retained the 4-3 but discarded the flex defense that Landry had used for many years. Johnson’s defense relied on speed more than...
Via Know Your Dallas Cowboys: The Blog
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Marcellus Wiley replacing Colin Cowherd on SportsNation

Colin Cowherd is leaving ESPN2's SportsNation. This development has been expected for months but Bristol finally made it official this week. Cowherd will remain in Bristol, where he will focus on his nationally syndicated radio show (and potentially add to those duties somewhere down the line). At the end of December, SportsNation will relocate from ESPN’s Bristol campus...
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December 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Cowherd Leaving ESPN’s “SportsNation”

One of the more divisive ESPN personalities is leaving the network’s “SportsNation” talk show. ESPN radio talker Colin Cowherd will leave “SportsNation” in January, ESPN announced Tuesday. He will be replaced by Marcellus Wiley. In addition to the change in host, “SportsNation” will also change venues. The show will leave ESPN’s Bristol, CT headquarters and relocate...
Via Sports Media Watch
December 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Tebow 25th Birthday Celebration On ESPN Sends Twitter Into Frenzy

How bad did it get on ESPN today for the Tim Tebow 25th birthday celebration? Herm Edwards and Marcellus Wiley, loyalists to the pseudo-sports network, actually wore birthday party hats in a segment where the two NFL tough guys announced what they’d get Tebow for his birthday. It was the tipping point for many on Twitter. We’ve screencapped the following “ESPN-Dick-Tebow...
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August 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Five options for ESPN Radio to replace Doug Gottlieb

Earlier this week, we told you about ESPN college basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb's move to CBS and their growing footprint in sports media.  While Gottlieb's most glamorous position at his new home will be as a March Madness analyst, the crux of his hire was to be a building block to the new CBS Sports Radio Network, launching early next year.  Yes, Gottlieb will...
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August 04, 2012  |  Discuss

New York Giants Continue to Get No Respect

The underdog card is one that is constantly over-played in sports. A team can dominate all season and still find a reason to declare themselves the "underdog", even if it's unwarranted. Every year it seems the New York Giants find themselves the as one, even coming off a Super Bowl Championship season. It may sound like overkill, but despite all the success last season...
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July 14, 2012  |  Discuss

First Take's Tebow free edition mentioned Tim Tebow over 125 times

Today was the much ballyhooed #TebowFreeTV edition of First Take.  The "Tebow free edition" came about because the talented DJ Steve Porter won a Webby for his "All He Does Is Win" video mashup featuring Skip Bayless.   I wanted to take in this spectacle, if only to see First Take collapse on itself like an aging star by not mentioning Tim Tebow.  Except...
Via Awful Announcing
May 23, 2012  |  Discuss

ESPN Heads Say Steelers Finish 3rd In AFC North Because Of Too Much Change

ESPN had their special 2012 AFC North preview show Tuesday and it included the division predictions of Herm Edwards, Bill Polian and Marcellus Wiley at the end of the show. Both Edwards and Wiley have the Baltimore Ravens winning the division while Polian has the Cincinnati Bengals winning it in 2012. All three had the Pittsburgh Steelers finishing third and the Cleveland Browns...
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May 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Grading the Buffalo Bills – 1997 Draft

Over the next couple summer months, this guy (I/me/BroJ) will be examining the recent Buffalo Bills’ rookie drafts under a microscope. I will be grading every pick and every Bills draft class of the last 15 years. Why 15 years, you ask? Well, in all honesty, that’s pretty much all I can remember. Although my knowledge of Bills history is slightly handicapped by age (full disclosure...
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May 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Junior Seau laid to rest in native Oceanside

Former NFL linebacker Junior Seau was laid to rest Friday in Eternal Hills cemetery in his native Oceanside, California, following a funeral service that was held earlier at Calvary Chapel.  Seau’s family members, friends, and former teammates, such as LaDainian Tomlinson and Marcellus Wiley were among the mourners in attendance.  Meanwhile, thousands of fans flocked to San Diego’s...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Marcellus Wiley tearfully reflects on the life of former teammate Junior Seau

Shockwaves are still reverberating over the tragic apparent suicide of former All-Pro linebacker Junior Seau.  Seau died yesterday at the young age of 43.  Speculation has already begun as to the relationship of Seau's apparent suicide and concussions and brain trauma brought on by a life in football.  Last year, former Bears safety Dave Duerson shot himself in the chest to...
Via Awful Announcing
May 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Larry Brown to SMU? Why wouldn't SMU consider it?

Of every radio show going right now, the Max Kellerman and Marcellus Wiley show based in Los Angeles is far and away my favorite. I heard it once driving around LA last spring, and from that point I was hooked. I now download the podcast every day and listen to it at the gym, which is ironic, if only because I couldn’t care less about Los Angeles sports. The show is that good though...
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April 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Breaking Down The Saints Bounty Situation

NFL players are inherently tougher than the majority of normal people. They take and give beatings every day that they step onto the football field and fans love it. Fans love the big hits, the crushing blows and the brute force that these players use on each other. It should come to no one’s surprise that players enjoyed delivering these crushing blows just as much as fans like...
Via SportsBlooded
March 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Marcellus Wiley Calmly Describes The 49ers Defense As Terrorists... Wait, What?

In live television, there's always a danger of saying something that seconds later you know was a terrible idea.  Enter ESPN's Marcellus Wiley.  As he was discussing the upcoming 49ers-Saints playoff game  with Kevin Negandhi on SportsCenter (wait... you mean there are other playoff games this weekend besides that one happening in New England!  Who knew!), Marcellus...
Via Awful Announcing
January 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Marcellus Wiley Referred To 49ers Defensive Players as "Terrorists" (Video)?

ESPN NFL analyst Marcellus Wiley made a comment on Friday's SportsCenter that may have raised some eyebrows as he referred to some San Francisco 49ers defensive players as "terrorists". Read more » Holdout Sports is now the master of its own domain. Visit us at
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January 13, 2012  |  Discuss

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