ESPN is a liberal entity. Witness Berman and Tom Jackson’s trashing of Rush Limbaugh after he left, or Peter Gammons’ affinity for left wing polticians.
Really. When I saw this, I got onto their website and said I would not be watching Gameday until I saw a public apology from the whole Gameday team.
Here is the link to let ESPN and Gameday know what you think about these three stooges impuning practically every college football program in the nation:
Did anyone hear that Chris Fowler likes to dress up as a Girl Scout and ask people if they'd like him to give them some Do-Si-Dos for a good price?
I'm not sure if this is true, but I'm basing it on just as much evidence as he provides for his hypothesis.
There is a lot of money that comes with being a winning team in high-level college sports. ADs aren’t going to go out and hire guys who aren’t up to par just to satisfy some PC quotient.
And if a lack of black coaches is such a problem why aren’t we whining about a lack of white wide recievers? Thats another case where the pressure of winning means that schools take the best people available. Thats one great thing about sports. They are a true meritocracy. Either athletes can perform or they can’t. Those who can’t don’t make it due to affirmative action. It should be the same with coaches.
Did he discuss whether there are enough white football coaches at historically black colleges and universities?
So if you voted for CastrObama your not racist and if you voted for McCain/Palin you are according to Fouler. Most racist statement ever made on TV.
Pray for W, Palin and Our Troops
I am not implying that race has anything to with coaching abilities. However, you should be able to fire your incompetent coaches regardless of race. Notre Dame fired Willingham in 2005 and are still labeled as racist, even though he proved to be utterly incompetent. If college presidents have to worry about race card when the want to fire a coach, they may decide not hire them in the first place
Everyone go to http://espn.go.com/espninc/askespn/espnradiogameday.html
and complain to ESPN.
I blew up when I saw that this morning. You stay classy Chris!
Hey there - you’re (almost) famous: