Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.
Real invigorating. Tremendous Sports Journalism. I was waiting for Howard Cosell to enter from the ground and belt out a huzzah.
Suffice to say that I watched about as much of this, eh, program as I could. Some young blond woman who covers sports for Yahoo, Melanie Collins, also debuted, as did some hyper British guy who said a bunch of things. I couldn't make out anything he was saying because he was talking very fast and I was too glued on checking out Collins. She adds a lot to the program but I'm not too sure it's sports-related. If that's perceived as being misogynist, it shouldn't be. I admire the great sports journalistic tendencies of Collins; as far as I'm concerned she's the Diane Sawyer of sports. I smell a Pulitzer coming. I'm going to watch Yahoo Sports Talk live every now and then just to see when Collins breaks into investigative sports form.
**Comcast SportsNet Inner love dept. special: The multi-invigorating, hardened sports journo supreme, Paul Gutierrez, is now an Oakland A's "insider" for the cable network. Gutierrez is married to Amy G, the woman reporter that does hard-hitting interviews on the field for the SF Giants. Guiterrez A, Guiterrez P, Glenn Kuiper, Dwayne Kuiper. Notice a trend?
** I rarely talk about the female voice on Knibber from 9-Noon because you already know how I feel and no matter what I say, how I feel, the results will be the same. The same old song. Of course I also know too, that, she too, could be a future Marconi winner much the same way as I too could be the next leading man opposite Cameron Diaz.
**Roy Hibbert: karma.
**The great Radu update: 12 more kisses to the betting fool. If he keeps this up, Fred and Ethel might have to sit on him and beg for insults.
**It's not that I enjoy picking on the bloated one, he just encourages it.
**Somebody at KTVU should tell Rapponi that the moles are out in full force. I suggest a memo.
**More Stock Up: Janelle Wang, KNTV, NBC Bay Area. Works hard. Dedicated. Cool personality