Happy Birthday to this Sports Broadcaster Today:He just turned 81 and hopes to still be announcing when he is 100

Posted by Andy Durham on June 9, 2020 at 10:48 am under College | Comments are off for this article

Here it is…Happy Birthday to Dickie V/Dick Vitale…..Some good thoughts for today, from Dickie V… Dick Vitale @DickieV Today I am 81 yrs young / heck only 19 yrs away from my goal of being 1st announcer to do a game on @espn at 100 . My dream & wish on my 81st is to …Read the Rest…

Top Young College Basketball Coaches:Wes Miller(37) tops the list of the Top 40 Under 40!!!

Posted by Andy Durham on May 13, 2020 at 12:55 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

ESPN has come out with their list of Top 40 College Basketball Coaches, that are under 40 years of age…These are head coaches and assistant college basketball coaches, and UNCG’s Wes Miller tops the list of the Top 40 under 40…..Wes Miller is #1 and the UNCG Spartans’ head coach is at the top of …Read the Rest…


Major League Baseball hoping for Early July Return with Fan-Free Stadiums:Minor League Baseball can not make it with Fan-Free Stadiums

Posted by Andy Durham on May 12, 2020 at 1:19 pm under Professional | Comments are off for this article

The word coming in early this week is MLB/Major League Baseball is hoping for a return of baseball in early July…. MLB would love to get going/throwing again right around America’s birthday on July 4…. A July 4 start would be a big spark in the return of baseball, but Major League Baseball would look …Read the Rest…

Ric Flair 30 for 30 ‘Nature Boy’ looked like WWE production instead of ESPN production and what is a “30 for 30”???

Posted by Andy Durham on November 8, 2017 at 11:54 am under Professional | 4 Comments to Read

Watched it last night and the ESPN 30 for 30, ‘Nature Boy’, on Ric Flair looked to me to be more like a WWE production than a program produced by ESPN….Sort of made me feel like I was watching the WWE Network, which I have not caught yet…. Lots of Triple H/Paul Michael Levesque, Stephanie …Read the Rest…

Longtime ESPN/ABC Sports Anchor John Saunders gone/has passed away, at age 61

Posted by Andy Durham on August 10, 2016 at 3:58 pm under College, Professional | Comments are off for this article

from www.espn.com: ESPN has announced longtime anchor and personality John Saunders has died. CLICK HERE to see and read more/see more from ESPN on the death of John Saunders…. John Skipper, President of ESPN: “John was an extraordinary talent and his friend, informative style has been a warm welcome to sports fans for decades. He …Read the Rest…


Did ESPN make the right call when they fired Rob Parker???

Posted by Andy Durham on January 9, 2013 at 1:50 pm under Professional | 5 Comments to Read

Gonna some spend some more time and sift through all of this one this afternoon..Saw where ESPN had let one of their men go, but had not heard of Parker until now…Check it out and see what you think….Thanks to one of our readers that sent this our way… from www.nbcsports.com: Rob Parker, the commentator …Read the Rest…

The sports world loses another Legend:Jim Durham, NBA play-by-play voice on ESPN Radio dead at age 65

Posted by Andy Durham on November 5, 2012 at 5:27 pm under Professional | Comments are off for this article

Just heard Jim Durham doing the Heat-Celtics game on ESPN Radio this past Tuesday night and I have heard Jim do 100’s of games over the years, along-side Dr. Jack Ramsay, the former Portland Trailblazers head coach and they made a good team and they started working Hubie Brown in with them for the playoffs …Read the Rest…

We have lost another ‘sports personality’:Beano Cook, the “Cardinal of College Football”, gone at age 81

Posted by Andy Durham on October 11, 2012 at 4:18 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

Beano Cook was the man…He had a certain dry way of getting his points across and he was what they call an ‘icon’, of collge football…He was with CBS, ABC, and then ESPN and before that he was such a big part of the University of Pittsburgh athletics, that they named their media center at …Read the Rest…