After Erin Andrews departed ESPN last year, reporter, Rachel Nichols became one of the strongest female reporters that the Sports network had on the air.
Now, Rachel has ended her tenure with ESPN and his heading to CNN. In Rachel’s new deal, she will also contribute to Turner Sports coverage on TNT and TBS, which includes the NBA and Major League Baseball. Rachel has spent a lot of time covering the Los Angeles Lakers during her time on ESPN. Read the rest of this entry »
ESPN aired some of the darkest moments in NBA Hall of Famer, Magic Johnson’s, life last night.
The latest installment in an ESPN Films series, The Announcement, focused on Magic Johnson and his public announcement that he was HIV positive and the impact it had on his career, team and personal life. Read the rest of this entry »
Hank Williams Jr.’s “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Monday Night” (a remixed version of his 1984 hit “All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over Tonight”) has opened Monday Night Football for some 20 years.
Judson Laipply, the guy whose “Evolution of Dance” video went viral in 2006 and was viewed tens of millions of times, is back.
ESPN commissioned the comedian several weeks ago to put together a routine featuring 23 of the most famous touchdown dances in history, including moves from players like Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco. Laipply practiced for an estimated 50 hours to get everything just right — and then amazingly nailed it all in one take.
When the NFL lockout ended yesterday, the sports network celebrated by releasing the video on YouTube, where it’s already been seen almost 120,000 times so far.
Peep This: ESPN reporter Erin Andrews is suing the corporations that run the Marriott and Radisson Hotels, alleging the establishments’ security provisions — or lack thereof — allowed a stalking Peeping Tom to gain access to her private reservation information.