Jay Glazer, MMA Training, and Reporting: “Glazer’s arrangement is unusual, at best, and raises questions about how he balances his competing interests. While some N.F.L. reporters and sportscasters cover the sport for more than one news media outlet, Glazer reports on some of the same players and teams who pay him for his training expertise.” Is it more unusual than a high-profile reporter sharing an agent (or agency) with high-profile athletes, and said reporter using that inside connection for scoops? [NYT]
Fun segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“I know all those are lies”
Easily distracted by shiny objects.
“But it’s an amateur sport, we’re just here for fun. It’s not really that serious. So I guess any ball should be OK.”
ESPN’s latest 30 for 30 “Fantastic Lies” will examine the Duke lacrosse scandal.
Six first team all-pro safeties have won a Super Bowl recently.