I don't remember now what was in my letter, which I'd addressed to the very nonspecific "SportsCenter anchors." I'm sure it was your standard fan mail—"I'm a big fan, I watch every morning, I want to be on ESPN one day." I don't think I asked for a reply, and I definitely didn't ask for signed headshots.
T'was a simpler time when ESPN's Kenny Mayne pitched a witty skit into which he led, "Legendary is faint praise for Brett Favre when he quarterbacks in the bitter cold of Green Bay. It's then that No. 4 elevates to immortal.
An amusing double-entendre about Kenny Mayne! Bring me the finest meats and cheeses!
Today we unveil a new feature on Deadspin, creatively titled, "Interviews of a Lifetime," where I, A.J. Daulerio, will attempt to interview a person of note in the sports, media,or entertainment community and attempt to learn something newsworthy that could be passed on to you fine readers of the internet. These will…
A few unusual facts about Kenny Mayne:
We really don't mean to pick on Rachel Nichols, who seems like a nice enough person and has some legit journ cred. Or at least she used to, before she became a sideline reporter. The muscle memory of that ridiculous job led Nichols to ask that ridiculous question of David Stern at his Donaghy press conference, in…
The "political" blog Newsbusters has been watching SportsCenter lately, and the folks there are calling shenanigans on tanned, nimble-footed ESPN personality Kenny Mayne. The site puts it thusly:
Sometimes, this job is too easy.