ESPN anchor Stuart Scott died Sunday morning after a long battle with cancer. He was just 49-years-old. Hannah Storm broke the news on ESPN’s “SportsCenter.” Scott, who helped launch ESPN2’s “SportsNight” in 1993, was known for his hysterical catchphrases "Boo-Yah!" and, "As cool as the other side of the pillow." “He didn't just push the
Hannah Storm’s emotional commentary on the Ray Rice case: “What exactly does the NFL stand for? (Video)
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm gave an emotional signoff on “SportsCenter,” as she questioned the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice crisis and it’s stand on domestic violence. “If the NFL and the Ravens had to see that video to be moved to significant action, should those who support the league demand the same?” Storm asked.
CBS Sports analyst Boomer Esiason actually got high during an NFL “Monday Night Football” radio broadcast. No, seriously, he did. He admits it. “I did get high,” Esiason said on his radio show, “Boomer & Carton.” “I did. I didn’t realize I was getting high when I got high, but I got high — and