: ' ESPN'

Jameis Winston…Best Collegiate Season EVER?! (VIDEO)

ESPN as part of its “Numbers Never Lie” (NNL) segment argued the following in advance of the BCS National championship between Florida State and Auburn. Something to consider… [...]

Mo’Kelly Phones into The Bill Handel Show re: Matt Barnes and the N-Word (AUDIO)

Clippers forward Matt Barnes has been in the news for the better part of a week surrounding a game ejection, a subsequent N-word tweet and fine. Broadcasters such as Shaquille O’Neal, Charles Barkley and Michael Wilbon [...]

Seahawks’ Richard Sherman DESTROYS ESPN’s Skip Bayless (VIDEO)

You know it’s bad when Stephen A. Smith is speechless.  It’s obvious that he’s just going to allow this fight to happen and has no intentions of intervening. I’m not taking sides in this other than [...]

ESPN Fires Employee for ‘Chink’ Jeremy Lin Headline

From The Huffington Post   RISTOL, Connecticut (AP) — The cable television sports network ESPN says it fired an employee responsible for an offensive headline referring to Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin. The headline “Chink in the [...]

ESPN Late…Mo’Kelly Proven Right (Again) Re: Floyd Mayweather Jr.

The song features a familiar refrain, so everyone should know the words by now. I guess when “ESPN” says it…it’s “news.”  When Mo’Kelly says it (weeks before) it’s just a “blog post.”  Check out the latest [...]

The ‘Troublesome’ Antonio Cromartie

If The Mo’Kelly Report has been anything over the years, it has been both consistent and fair.  For every story Mo’Kelly has written in derision of a John Mayer, Michael Richards or even Dog the Bounty [...]

ESPN Was Smart to Fire Paul Shirley

“All men are created equal” says the Declaration of Independence.  And except for that part in the U.S. constitution where slaves were considered 3/5 of a man, the founding fathers largely got it right. (Yes, except [...]

ESPN Blogger Fired for Haiti Remarks (Damn Right)

Bravo to ESPN. Paul Shirley, former NBA benchwarmer, while writing for ESPN decided to offer his venture outside of his sports purview to offer his thoughts on aid to Haiti, birth control, homelessness and other topics [...]

I Guess When ESPN Says it…It’s Somehow ‘News’

Let Mo’Kelly know if he’s reading “too much” into ESPN’s (writer Jemele Hill) “comparison” of Gilbert Arenas, Javaris Crittenton and Plaxico Burress. Yes, the ultimate “point” may be different, but it still runs too close to [...]