Remembering SI’s Dan Jenkins who died on the eve of the Masters after brilliantly covering 68 straight

For those unfamiliar with him, Dan Jenkins was a preeminent sportswriter, associated for years with […]


CBS is following a longtime Masters’ preference but its announcers are wearing out the word “patrons”

  The CBS broadcasters, working coverage of the Masters Thursday on ESPN, must’ve used the […]


Duke-UCF thriller: CBS director Bob Fishman shines; Camera, lens and angle work were spot-on

  Bob Fishman has been directing big moments for CBS in the NCAA Tournament since […]


Tony Kornheiser’s Wish for the NBA: “A Living, Breathing Commissioner”

  Tony Kornheiser, a columnist for the Washington Post, was a finalist for a Pulitzer, […]


Duke-North Carolina: Like a Good Neighbor, Tim Brando is there – possibly the last time for TV

  When you turn on a college game these days and you hear the unmistakable […]


Tony Romo steals the show; CBS director Mike Arnold and crew excel

  On a day that was as dramatic as the NFL has ever seen, it […]


Columnist: Bob Costas, the prodigy years at CBS, doing NFL games at 25

  When CBS’ NFL announcers met for their pre-season meetings in August of 1977, and […]


Will Urban Meyer join ESPN again? What is the former coach’s legacy?

As soon as Urban Meyer, 54, announced he was “retiring” from Ohio State, there’s no […]


College Football: Does the committee make you numb too? The playoff caters to the big conference brands

A commercial for something called Cool Sculpting warns of side effects such as “temporary numbness, […]


Columnist: ESPN’s Steve Levy and Brian Griese college football’s best

Early in its infancy, ESPN hired John Walsh, a guy from Scranton, PA, to make […]