This was posted just a bit prematurely.
Will Facebook's surveys about "trusted" news outlets affect the visibility of those outlets' sports coverage? What about sports-only outlets?
Arians said he had a great experience calling the Philadelphia high school football championships in 1988. "I went down and moms are crying, and I'm interviewing the moms on the field. I said, 'You guys get paid to do this s---? This is fun.' It's always been in the back of my mind."
Twitter's latest sports move is broadcasting eight high school basketball games in partnership with Intersport and Gatorade.
“It’s fair to say that, right from the start, there were execs who were conflicted about [covering WWE]. It doesn’t feel like, to a lot of them, something we should be doing.”
NBC's new primetime Olympic host will stay away from the sort of political commentary his predecessor embraced.
Smith, Jeremy Roenick, Phil Mushnick, Skip Bayless and Rob Parker had the hottest takes from Jan. 12-18.
“It’s an unusual time in America now, so politics has encroached into our happy little world more frequently than I think we’re used to.”
"To not even be in the credits for it, I thought was really petty."
The mobile-only series is already reaching millions of visitors.
A look at some of the top sports media videos of the week on the video-sharing app Clippit.
First week of the Australian Open wraps up tonight
Dave Pasch: "You're not going to corrupt my only son."