Johnny Manziel is a lot of things to a lot of people. But an aerobics instructor? The ad folks from Snickers have transformed Johnny Football to Johnny JamBoogie in a hilarious new spot that is sure to make fans laugh, and give opponents more reason to taunt the Browns’ backup QB.
ESPN went there yesterday, and today they regret it. During coverage of the St. Louis Rams and Michael Sam on Tuesday, ESPN reporter Josina Anderson talked about the gay player’s showering habits. Instantly, the network came under a barrage of criticism. Dear ESPN, Everyone but you is over it. — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) August 26, 2014
You knew ESPN would cover Michael Sam’s every step in trying to make the St. Louis Rams, but into the shower? That’s where Josina Anderson took viewers today. Some reactions on Twitter, including teammate Chris Long: Dear ESPN, Everyone but you is over it. — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) August 26, 2014 Josina Anderson and ESPN feel
Mike Ditka refused to back down to the liberals who fight for the abolishment of the nickname “Redskins,’ but the ESPN analyst and former Bears coach admitted he would be willing to change his stance on the term “if an American Indian says it’s offensive.” During an interview on Friday for his Chicago Sun-Times column,
Baseball legend Hank Aaron met Milwaukee Brewers mascot Hank “The Ballpark Pup,” and the two knocked it out of the park with a precious photo. One hammered baseballs, one chases them. Hank the #BallparkPup meets his namesake, @HenryLouisAaron. #HankMeetsHank pic.twitter.com/QSf9JnCkvK — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) August 21, 2014
While many have voiced their opinions about the Washington Redskins’ nickname, former NFL referee Mike Carey silently protested the name for eight seasons. Carey told the Washington Post’s Mike Wise that he has always found “Redskins’ to be offensive, so much so that eight years ago he told bosses he didn’t want to officiate their
Somebody always has to ruin a good thing. What started out as a fun little backyard dare has turned into THIS! Figure skater Andrew Lavrik, a one-time national ice dancing champion in Ukraine, has officially choreographed all the fun out of the #IceBucketChallenge.
Cumberland American of Rhode Island had just been eliminated on Monday night from the Little League World Series in devastating fashion by Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West team. Kids’ dreams shattered … for thousands to view … on ESPN. But, then something uplifting happened. Instead of the usual hat-pulled-down-over-the-eyes shot, ESPN showed Cumberland coach Dave Belisle
When Pierce Jones belted three home runs and a triple for Jackie Robinson West in their opening-game victory of the Little League World Series on Thursday, he turned in one of the greatest performances in the 67-year history of the event. Time will tell if the Chicago all-star goes on to bigger things, but the