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Sage Steele

Sage Steele: ‘The Worst Racism That I Have Received Has Come from Black People’

A conference on race took place at The Crossing Church in Tampa Bay, Florida, last week. The forum, titled “Under Our Skin,” attracted sports figures such as Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy, former player Ben Watson, and current ESPN anchor Sage Steele. The forum’s purpose was to “discuss the intersection of race and faith in America today.” That topic certainly got plenty of coverage at the conference. What’s more notable, however, is how no one in the sports media covered what was actually said there.

musburger

Brent Musburger: Olbermann Should Stick to Sports

During the Thursday edition of “The Dan Patrick Show” on NBC Sports, retiring ESPN broadcaster Brent Musburger blasted former ESPN host and now GQ host Keith Olbermann over calling for President Donald Trump to resign. Musburger said Olbermann, who used to work

Brent Musberger

Brent Musburger is Retiring From Sportscasting at Age 77

NEW YORK (AP) — Brent Musburger is calling it a career at ESPN after being the play-by-play man in the booth at sporting events enjoyed by millions of Americans, most prominently when he was the lead voice for CBS Sports in the 1980s.

Chris Berman

Chris Berman Not Leaving ESPN After All

Last May, ESPN announced that iconic announcer Chris Berman, a sportscaster with the network since 1979, would leave after the 2016 NFL season. The network did not plan to renew his lucrative contract, in perhaps a belt-tightening move.