Coming Soon –

December 1, 2006

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3 Responses to “Coming Soon –”

  1. 1
    MDefl Says:

    I have been looking forward to this. The Pain of Philly – an ongoing saga.

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    MDefl Says:

    Since I am the only one here, I will make an obvious comment – Tony Kornheiser totally sucks as a football announcer. He is actually worse than Joe Theismann which is a level that is difficult to achieve.

    You know who I think should be in the MNF booth? Stephen A Smith. Yes, he would piss everyone off with his self importance. That would be part of the fun. On Tuesday, we would be talking about all the trash that came out of his mouth on Monday. I can not believe that no one at ESPN has thought of this.

    Smith has been a columnist for the Philadelphia Pravda (Inquirer) for at least the last 7 or 8 years and manages to upset me at least once a month. Still, he is the only columnist that I read on a regular basis. Furthermore, his show on the deuce annoys me, but I still tune in an average of 3x a week which greatly exceeds any other daily sports show that I watch. I can’t stand him but I can’t stop watching either.

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    Joe Citizen Says:

    Someone that I would like to see get into the sports announcing world (believe it or not) is the comedian Jay Mohr.

    I have heard him several times as a fill in host on the Jim Roam radio show, and he has a lot of overall sports knowledge.

    After the first time I heard him on the radio, I thought that he is a better commentator, and he knows more about football, baseball, basketball, and boxing than more than half of the regular guys on the tube now.

    If a guy can do a 3 hour national call-in show and take random questions from random callers about random sports topics, he should do very well with all of the people behind the scenes spoon feeding information to him.