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Mon, 12 Apr 2010 15:02:26 GMT
Why Phil isn't in the Hot Seat

Did you know, Phil Mickelson's wife Amy reportedly had an affair with none other than Michael Jordan? Did you know, Phil reportedly has an illegit child with another woman? Why is it that Tiger Woods gets taken to the cleaners by NBC and CNN and Phil gets a mulligan?

See National Post article

Fri, 26 Mar 2010 04:06:08 GMT

NBC hockey coverage sucks! Their new promo vid.

Wed, 01 Apr 2009 02:08:36 GMT
Talk-Sports to NBC Sports

Today, I finalized a deal with NBC Sports to sell them my website. It should be a good deal for the users, I know it was for me ;-) NBC plans on rebranding the website in the coming months. Likely candidates include I'll continue to manage the website for the next months until we can transfer the hosting and domains to NBC. Once the hosting and domain are tranferred, NBC plans on neglecting the website and eventually turning it off without notice.

Wed, 11 Apr 2007 14:43:26 GMT
Don Cherry on NBC
Don Cherry will make is debut on NBC tonight. He's been the main character on CBC (the premier hockey TV station in Canada) for years and he's been very controversial.
Thu, 13 Oct 2005 03:49:18 GMT
Controversy in White Sox 9th Inning Victory

NBC5: AJ Pierzynski struck out to end the bottom of the ninth, but ran to first base anyway, believing the ball had hit the dirt. Replays showed that the homeplate umpire appeared to call Pierzynski out, and the Angels players were already leaving the field, but after Pierzynski reached first base, the umpire called him safe. The next batter, Joe Crede, hit the ball off the left field wall, knocking in the winning run.

Randy: The umpire, Doug Eddings, made what may be the worst call in baseball history.

Sat, 16 Jul 2005 13:55:44 GMT
With Nicklaus gone, focus shifts to Tiger

MSNBC: The Golden Bear hunching over a birdie putt on the 18th hole, the ball curling into the cup, the club pointing skyward in triumph. Before the tears could dry, Woods arrived at the same hole, halfway home to his second British Open championship. This one has all the makings of another Tiger runaway, just like his first one in 2000. Woods is 11 under after rounds of 66 and 67, the next-closest players are a distant four strokes behind.

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