ESPN's resident college basketball crank Digger Phelps has let some bad blood boil with fellow analyst Fran Fraschilla today—especially regarding how the North Carolina-NC State game ended—but Phelps's disdain for Fraschilla is no more apparent than in this clip, when Digger really, really does not appreciate…
Kentucky basketball fans have invaded Nashville in an attempt to overwhelm Vanderbilt fans ahead of today's matchup between the Wildcats and Commodores, one which ESPN chose as its College GameDay site of the week. (They're not-so-cleverly calling it "Occupy Memorial.")
Maybe Digger Phelps spends the time before ESPN goes to air with its basketball version of College GameDay in quiet meditation. And maybe he uses an orange highlighter as his focus object, I don't know. But just as Notre Dame was polishing off an upset of undefeated and top-ranked Syracuse, the former Fighting…
To make clear, this upcoming vote on Digger Phelps is not a referendum on his acting abilities. In case there was doubt about that.
You might remember us telling you Thursday about Digger Phelps' off-off-off-off-Broadway debut. Well, a Deadspin reader was in the audience Friday night, and files a full report.
This is an actual romantic comedy play, performing in New York City this Saturday ... and it really does star Digger Phelps.
You've been blinded by the breathtaking brilliance of Digger Phelps on ESPN for years. Somehow, in the vast barren nation of banality, Phelps has been a beacon of hope and brilliance. So much so that, sheesh, we should elect him President!