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COLUMN: Foxy Lady

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Two things were debuted at the 2015 US Open, the golf course, Chambers Bay, and the TV network, Fox Sports. To say the reviews of network’s maiden outing were mixed would be kind. 1,105 more words


You Sound Dumb

People love to talk. They looove it. Some don’t, but most do.

People talk about the news, the economy, sports, the weather, movies, TV shows, themselves, relationships, their dog, their kids, blah blah blah. 767 more words

Goodell: Brady To Face Raptors in Fight to Death

NFL Throne Room, New York — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell today announced that he is rescinding Patriot QB Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his part in “Deflategate.” Instead, Brady will have the chance to prove his innocence by surviving a fight to the death with a pack of vicious velociraptors.   188 more words

Chambers Baby Steps: America's Youngest Network Still Growing

Fox promised a lot of things in broadcasting its first major championship. Beautiful angles, unparalleled technology, a fresh new take, all at a course that no one knew anything about. 520 more words

And away we go

Finishing up a Friday before going on a much needed vacation next week.   Will be staying somewhat local for the 1st time in a while.    Usually head down south (Hilton Head Island, or Rehoboth beach in Delaware).   420 more words

NY Mets

Fox's U.S. Open coverage is completely lost in the weeds

When I first decided to cover Fox’s first day of U.S Open coverage, I expected to be reviewing a train wreck. After all, when Fox stunned the TV world by getting right to NFC football in 1994, the network had instant credibility because it poached so much talent (John Madden and Pat Summerall being the most famous) from CBS, which had lost the rights. 886 more words


Fox Sports' U.S. Open Coverage Triple Bogeys First Round

My god, the Fox Sports coverage of the U.S. Open is horrid. I think management thought they could wallpaper over their lack of experience in golf by bringing in a bunch of pro golfers, but while they might be pro golfers they’re all amateur announcers. 96 more words

Brad Faxon