Re: Least favorite sports radio personality.
I don't mind Cowherd so much. He is a caricature of a radio guy, but at least he takes a stance. So many radio guys spend 4 hours on the air and say nothing (I'm looking at you Jim Rome). Cowherd comes with 4 or 5 points per day that he tries to get across. I would rather listen to someone say something (whether I believe it or not) than someone who says nothing. His style reminds me a little of Bill O'Reilly or Rush. You can tell Cowherd has spent alot of time listening to them. Remember, the secret to Rush and O'Reilly's success (irregardess of their political views) is that they get their lovers to listen avidly and their haters to listen angrily. But, they listen nonetheless.
I really enjoy the Dan LeBatard show (which you can download on ITunes). They are sort of the Stephen Colbert of sports radio in that they are a spoof on the genre. LeBatard loves to attack the cliche driven sports world and I find it fun.
BTW, sorry for the three slightly political references, but I'm more interested here in describing their style of presentation and not their actual message or content. (My lawyers advised me to attach this to my post.)
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