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Interruptible Hiatus

Hello Friends! Some of you have been dedicated to reading my meandering thoughts and attempts at prose (and poetry). And I am inexpressibly grateful. Tomorrow, however, marks the beginning of an “interruptible hiatus” from blogging. 125 more words

Tony Kornheiser compares Calipari to a beloved movie villain

People got a bit excited this week hearing about Kentucky coach John Calipari shutting down a rival recruiter – who may or may not have been Mick Cronin. 146 more words


Jason Whitlock has some remarkable thoughts on dating and DeAndre Jordan

Jason Whitlock and Dan LeBatard hosted Pardon The Interruption on Friday, and discussed DeAndre Jordan’s decision to leave the Dallas Mavericks and return the Los Angeles Clippers. 319 more words


On Michael Wilbon and What (or Who) is Dominant

One of my favorite sports talk shows is “Pardon the Interruption,” which airs in the afternoons on ESPN. Former Washington Post columnists Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon debate the topics and issues of the day. 182 more words

He Still Talkin! PTI's Michael Wilbon: The Browns Are A Nuisance...! [Audio]

People be talkin…people be talkin!

So last night I’m watching Pardon The Interruption and the Brown’s new uniforms came up in discussion.

Michael wasted no time telling the world how he really feels about our Cleveland Browns – saying: 70 more words

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Mike Wilbon Drops Some NHL Draft Pick Knowledge

Everyone knows ESPN looks upon the NHL as the redheaded step-child of the four major sports. The lack of coverage by “The Worldwide Leader in Sports” of a sport with millions of fans in over 20 television markets is at times juvenile, but that’s ESPN being ESPN. 1,003 more words


What A Statement

And I bet 7 maybe 8 out of 10 thought Cardale Jones was gonna leave OSU and turn pro. The doctors of prognostication who quickly whipped up mock drafts had the QB going anywhere from the 2nd round on. 115 more words