Silver did manage not to laugh, but it was close.
Shams and Woj still got their reporting in, and did so long before the televised broadcast started.
Barstool Sports parent Chernin Group is reportedly close to selling its half of Otter Media, which could lead to them investing more time and resources in the plans to expand Barstool's operations.
Cowherd criticized Mayfield for celebrating one September touchdown with the Oklahoma band and students instead of teammates, and for a video of him running from police. Mayfield calmly shot back.
Fox's first men's World Cup experience is going about as poorly as many expected.
LaForce will join Turner after being with CBS.
The short-lived SportsCenter show was often accused of having a "liberal bias."
Anthony Caponiti talked about the Hashtag Sports conference, its speakers, and the new sports economy.
Another tripleheader in the FIFA World Cup on Fox/FS1 and Telemundo
Ward called 34 basketball seasons and 31 football seasons at Tennessee, and left a huge mark on the school's teams and its fans.
This hire isn't going over so well on Twitter.
After taking criticism for hyping a 6 p.m. SportsCenter ratings boost over SC6 last month, ESPN has done that again.
Matthäus has been dropped mid-tournament "due to schedule conflicts."
We're pretty sure he's kidding, but you never know!