Last week, Max Kellerman made ridiculous, unfounded, stereotypical comments about a certain group of people he doesn’t like or agree with. I even wrote a piece on it. Today, another one of ESPN’s so-called finest, Stephen A. Smith, articulated another wildly divisive statement, like Kellerman’s, totally devoid of facts. It seems like these guys thrive on making baseless divisive remarks at a time when divisiveness is the last thing we
ESPN First Take commentator Max Kellerman insulted the SEC fan base, and everyone else who watches FoxNews. “You made the argument a couple weeks ago, you thought if SEC football wasn’t played that could swing the general election because people in Trump’s base would be very upset that they didn’t have football, which is practically a religion down there,” Kellerman said, while speaking to Stephen A. Smith. He continued. “I
The Washington Football Team (WFT) hired Jason Wright as team president, making him the first Black president in the NFL. Since we’re living in a racially divided environment further perpetrated by many talking heads in sports media who are obsessed with identity politics, this should be a positive story, right? This move should be celebrated; however, there are some that still see the negative in what is a historic moment.