Posts Tagged ‘ESPN’

I have some questions, you might too. What does it mean to be an African American today? And just who is authentically black? And do Uncle Toms still exist? Are you a racial sell-out if you happen to come from an affluent home instead of the inner city? Some of you might ask: Do we need to have this discussion? I think we do.

If ever there is a subject that needs re-airing, and re-evaluation in the black community it is this one. Jalen Rose gives voice to this in his recent ESPN documentary about what he and his famous “Fab Five” University of Michigan basketball teammates went through 20 years ago.

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Record ratings! Lots of people watched Brett Favre’s revenge game with the Minnesota Vikings against his former team the Green Bay Packers. An estimated 21.8 million people tuned in. That’s 3 million more people than have ever watched any cable TV program in history. Such is the power of Brett Favre. It certainly didn’t hurt […]

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The Game of the Week is easily Green Bay against Minnesota on Monday Night Football. It will be Brett Favre’s first game against the Packers since he left the team two seasons ago. Favre denies its a revenge game. But don’t believe a word he says. Favre’s track record for honesty is pretty shaky these […]

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Plaxico Burress Explains

Posted: 26th August 2009 by DavidBurnett in Guns, NFL
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Watching the full interview of Plaxico Burress on ESPN provides another, much needed, perspective on the night that his gun accidentally discharged, injuring his leg in a New York City nightclub. As Burress, the former New York Giant wide-receiver, explained what his mindset was last November when the incident occurred, it certainly gave me a […]

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