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Responding to a Twitter campaign that went viral, Tim Tebow called Matt Hardy, a 17-year-old Shenendehowa High School student hospitalized with injuries suffered Saturday night in a two-car crash.
Super bummed it wasn't the wrestler.
"Those fans are in for a world of hurt...they've never gone up against a premium message board fan base like ours."-Vim
Makes me wonder how much of the 'Big Ten has fallen off' and a complete lack of PAC 16 coverage is chicken/egg. It just seems as though ESPN works the Big Ten storyline into every show.
I just want to find that mythical channel that has nothing but great shows everyone likes nonstop for 24 straight hours.
And after that I want to find the network that doesn't push their own programming or care about ratings.
Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
Exactly. One of my buddies drives me nuts because he says he cannot stand Skip Bayless and Screaming A Smith yet he tunes in every day for them. He needs help.
Spice TV, Playboy Channel, Penthouse Channel?
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
Agree. I watch ESPN for live sports. Period. (Except for the occasional Sports Reporters) Haven't watched Sportscenter, GameDay, etc. in years.
Don't think -- it can only hurt the ballclub
What about the shows where they let the women talk?
I miss the glory days of Sportscenter. When I was younger, it was easy to tell which kids had cable and which ones didn't, because the ones that knew about everything in sports from the day before had ESPN and could watch Sportscenter.
Now kids probably see Tim Tebow as the biggest name in football and remember the days when there was a sport called hockey.
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