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ESPN's Keith Olbermann calls for boycott of NFL Draft, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight

The NFL Draft is just five days away, and Floyd Mayweather will meet Manny Pacquiao in the richest fight in boxing history next Saturday. ESPN’s Keith Olbermann argued on his show that fans can take a stand against domestic violence by boycotting both events. 208 more words

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ESPN's Keith Olbermann calls for boycott of NFL Draft, Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight

The NFL Draft is just five days away, and Floyd Mayweather will meet Manny Pacquiao in the richest fight in boxing history next Saturday. ESPN’s Keith Olbermann argued on his show that fans can take a stand against domestic violence by boycotting both events. 216 more words

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Howard Cosell passed away 20 years ago this month. In this three-part series, we will be looking back on his contributions to sports media. The first installment, … 4,984 more words

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Keith Olbermann's 'Mad Men' Theory On Don Draper Is Absolutely Bonkers

“It’s the waitress,” Keith Olbermann begins in a lengthy, six-page essay that he posted to Twitter over the weekend. After six pages and a lot of Shakespearean references, however, Olbermann’s bonkers theory about Mad Men and Don Draper can be summed up in four words: Diana kills Don Draper. 406 more words

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Should the "Final Four" be moved out of Indianapolis?

Sometimes you have to wonder “Can’t we all just get along?”

In case you haven’t heard, a law has been passed in the state of Indiana that has the nation, organizations and some media figures in an uproar. 779 more words

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What Do Bill O'Reilly And Keith Olbermann Have In Common? Union Owes Them Cash

Bill O’Reilly has been distracted lately, so it’s no surprise he has overlooked the fact that SAG-AFTRA owes him money. Same with such familiar TV faces as his archnemesis Keith Olbermann, Savannah Guthrie and Chris Wallace. 264 more words

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Olbermann vs. The State of Indiana

This morning I came across this video laying out the situation in Indiana with their newly passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act. How I did not hear about this (probably because it Indiana) blows my mind. 254 more words

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