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The Golden Age of Ignorance in Sports Media

There was a time when sports television was entertaining and refreshing. Shows like ‘PTI’, ‘Around the Horn’, and ‘The Sports Reporters’ gave sports fans the opportunity to hear insightful and interesting commentary on the day’s top sports news. 403 more words

Colin Cowherd

When To Legalize PED's And Medical Marijuana In The NFL

Seems like we can’t go too long without a debate on the use of PED’s and medical marijuana in the NFL (and other sports). They’re not quite the same but, forgive the pun, I want to tackle them both. 1,039 more words

Jeff Schubert

Max Kellerman: "Tom Brady Is Going To Be a Bum In Short Order"

Corrections and Clarifications: Max Kellerman replaced Skip Bayless permanently on ESPN’s First Take. 

Max Kellerman replaced Skip Bayless on First Take. He has come out firing, claiming “Tom Brady is going to be a bum in short order.” Stephen A. 117 more words

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Max Kellerman to Replace Skip Bayless on First Take

Back in April, ESPN First Take host Skip Bayless announced that he would be stepping down . Ever since then we knew he would be getting a replacement. 38 more words

Michelle Beadle Gets Petty on 'Sportsnation' (Video)

It’s been reported that Max Kellerman, co-host of ESPN2’s Sportsnation along with Michelle Beadle and Marcellus Wiley, is moving on to work alongside Stephen A. Smith on everyone’s most hated morning sports talk show, First Take, also on ESPN2.  63 more words

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Colin Cowherd: Max Kellerman Leaving SportsNation for First Take, Michelle Beadle Not Happy [VIDEO]

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Colin Cowherd made a foray into Periscope this afternoon. In the snippet above, he was asked about SportsNation, the television show that he was previously on with Michelle Beadle. 338 more words

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These Are ESPN's Three Possibilities to Replace Skip Bayless on First Take

As the hourglass in Skip Bayless’s tenure at First Take dwindles to its final specs of sand, The Big Lead has learned that ESPN has whittled its succession plan down to three names: Max Kellerman, Jorge Sedano, and Will Cain. 527 more words

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