Too bad Scott didn't lead in with "and Rick wants eeeeeeeeveryone to know he broke this on Twitter". I wish I could've heard the conversation that happened with Steve Young at the commercial break after that
I had to watch it several times just to get everyone's reaction.
Steve Young looks like he wants to jack Reilly in the face.
Trent Dilfer looks like he clearly wants to facepalm, but maintains his professionalism.
Stu Scott gets that dumb look on his face that is the universal signal for "REALLY???"
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
Ok... My favorite segments on the old Dan Patrick show (espn version) was when Rick Reilly was a guest, (every thursday or something like that). I remember when DP was closing up shop at Espn, Rick Reilly had just made an agreement to join espn from SI. There was an awkward exchange where Reilly basically asked DP what the hell he was thinking...
DP started to be obnoxious because he thought he was ESPN... Apparently Reilly has a bit of an ego as well. Too bad, cuz in general I like his articles and stories.
"If baseball players speaking in front of Congress can be put on trial for perjury, then why shouldn't the politicians we vote for be held accountable to the same standard during their campaigns?" -Paraphrased from The Newsroom
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