Chambers isn't a member of the Colorado Avalanche. He's not on the player roster or coaching staff. He doesn't work in the front office.
What works for podcasts -- notably longer, wider-ranging interviews -- doesn't work on TV.
Sometimes, having a microphone in place at the right moment finds and distributes news.
Cook is closely associated with college football, but he was an important figure in sports broadcasting.
Nothing helps create better content than the absurd.
He had no use for sentimentality, saying he "hated" Field of Dreams. He didn't traffic in nostalgia, enjoying how baseball evolved and changed throughout the years.
ESPN shouldn't have let Beverley leave its studios without signing him to a contract that put him in an analyst role as soon as his playing...
'MLB Sunday Leadoff' feels like meeting up with an old friend while 'Friday Night Baseball' has been more like going on a blind date.
Can Meyer be taken seriously as a college football studio analyst now?
No one should ever make the mistake of thinking they know an athlete or celebrity based on what they see in public.