Anything that comes out of the mouth of anyone on ESPN.
If they'd go back to the way they covered things in the late 80s or early 90s, I might actually watch again. Oh for the good old days when ESPN just covered the sports. They way they try to fabricate the entertainment these days is just incredibly painful.
In those things which we commit to practice we can master, and with mastery we have the freedom to use these skills whenever we desire, without this practice we are slaves to our inability.
"I prefer books and movies where the conflict isn't of the extreme cannibal apocalypse variety I guess." Redsfaithful
Taking it to the house is one I have come to loathe.
Honestly I'd like to see them bring back some of the older sayings. What would be cool is a 2 minute package on sports sayings and calls from 20's-40's, And then follow it up with a month of using those calls when doing highlights. Then see what sticks again.
“I’ll just take my walk,” he said, to laughter. One reporter followed up that Hamilton might be able to score from first on a single. “If he does, that’s great. Isn’t that crazy? Think about that: I hit a single and got an RBI. Like I said, crude stat, right?”
http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn...c.php?t=170083Upton, who was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2002 draft but is a shaky fielder and has struggled to find a position. A rival scout says he soured on Upton when he refused to pick up baseballs at the end of a batting practice at Class AAA Durham last year and brushed off a Bulls coach in the process. "There are serious questions about that kid," the scout says. "I just don't know how much he wants to play." . . .
Also, I think it's a law that if you work for ESPN, you have to work "oh by the way" into every third sentence. As in, "Rex Grossman reminds me of a young Brett Favre, who, oh by the way, only went on to have a hall of fame career."
"I can make all the stadiums rock."