finest grossest hour.
Bill Raftery’s got onions.
Notre Dame senior Casey Murdock hit the State Farm half-court shot on his second try. Keep an eye out for the Notre Dame fan wearing the bunny suit.
But record honcho Jimmy Iovine thinks so.
Caleb Moore died seven days after crashing his snowmobile while attempting a backflip.
In honor of Tony Kornheiser accidentally using a four-letter slang term for a woman’s special area on television last week, here’s a quick collection of the Worldwide Leader’s most prominent innuendoes and profanities of the last half-decade or so. (NSFW — language.)
There’s just over a week until the Super Bowl. So what do you think they were talking about?
BRB applying for a job at SportsCenter. Next, they’ll be hiring Gonzo to do sideline commentary.
“I’m reattaching my jaw. It’s one of the weirdest, saddest stories I’ve ever come across.”
Announcer charmed by sideline reporter.
Rob Parker will not return to “First Take.”
In a total win move, the network didn’t shy away from an intimate moment between Scott Norton and his husband during the 2012 PBA Chameleon Championship.
Rob Parker went on the air and decided to question Robert Griffin III’s “blackness.”
This man should be required to wear a microphone at all times. Thankfully he was wearing one for Monday Night Football, because he’s hilarious and insane.
The men behind ESPN’s Princess Bride-reference-filled show talk about how it happened.
And it was by far the least obnoxious thing he’s ever said.
Plus he says he knows nothing about football, and the anchor still asks him about Tim Tebow. We get it, ESPN. You love Tim Tebow.
Okay so a lot are missing, but this video from ESPN Unite is pretty tremendous if just for the Notre Dame bit.
John Clayton has a ponytail. I repeat: John Clayton has a ponytail.
I just hope Bill Parcells was out of the studio by the time they got to this.
There’s something in the (holy) water in Bristol.
Now we’ll finally get to see if the 2012 Olympic team could take their ‘92 counterparts. At least in a video game.
This time in a photo shoot for Lifestyle Miami.
The Patriots player put his own “Tight End” fully on display for ESPN Magazine’s annual Body Issue and I’m certainly not complaining about it.
ESPN’s annual issue dedicated to artistic nude photos of top athletes is here again.
ESPN’s most controversial sports personality gets sent up in a hilarious spoof of the network’s “Michael Jordan” promos.
ESPN posted this photo to their Facebook page, despite, you know, the results of the game.