Quote of the Day

"I've been second guessed. They're saying it's bad for the brand. If I feel like I want to support someone, then go for it."
-- Heat F LeBron James, on publicly endorsing President Obama and bucking the trend many athletes follow in not disclosing their political preferences. (FOXSPORTSFLORIDA.com, 11/5)
Tuesday November 6, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 40 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Cast Your Vote

    ESPN’s Chris Berman interviewed both President Obama and Mitt Romney during halftime of ESPN’s Eagles-Saints "MNF" game last night, but a large number of Twitter users were ambivalent about the segment. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's  Jeff Schultz wrote, "Oh goody, just what we all wanted and needed on this night: Chris Berman breaking down the election." Dallas Morning News  Evan Grant wrote, "Chris Berman interviewing Obama and Romney? OK, the election is officially a farce." The Bergen Record's  Tom Gulitti wrote, "I turned off the sound when Chris Berman started his interviews with the presidential candidates." SB Nation's  Jeff Gluck wrote, "Just goes to show you how clueless upper management ...

  • Peachy Keen Outlook

    Goodell optimistic Falcons will get new retractable-roof stadium to replace Georgia Dome.

  • One For The Money

    Dollar General expands deal with Joe Gibbs Racing for '13.

  • What Can Browns Do For You?

    The Browns will look beyond Cleveland and try to expand their fanbase throughout Ohio.

  • An October To Remember

    NFL Net, NBA TV see big gains in primetime viewership; NBCSN hurt by lack of NHL games.

  • More Than A Game

    Hosting basketball on USS Bataan "a complicated process."

  • Suiting Up

    U.S. Luge athletes will be outfitted as the Valiant X-O Manowar comic book character.

  • Jumping Into Action

    NFL's Mark Waller lauded for his quick work in creating Hurricane Sandy PSA.

  • Farewell Old Friend

    Columnists share praise for late ESPN announcer Jim Durham.

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