The potential for Twitter chaos after April 1 is looming.
How many fans would have to buy a $20/month package to equal $60 million/year in local TV revenue?
Picture ESPN taking Stephen A. Smith off the air because of a social media post and the First Take crew walking off the show in protest.
Are baseball rules and disputed calls as open to interpretation as in football?
What's truly being lamented is a bygone era of sports media that almost certainly isn't coming back.
Until a new club opens up, most of us will keep coming back to where all our friends and followers still are, the social network equivalent...
Continuing to use the 'OTL' brand is likely a nod to the great work of Bob Ley, Ryan Smith, and Jeremy Schaap.
Olsen creates the perception that he studies each team, breaking down film of offenses and defenses, in preparation for the telecast.
Programs like this always evolve. Fortunately, HBO is giving Jones the opportunity to define a late-night sports program.
Is the network's only other option Jac Collinsworth and Jason Garrett?