Watch ESPN Talent React Live To The Alabama-Auburn Final Play

We've already shared with you Ohio State fan reactions to the wild play that ended this year's Iron Bowl, but how did ESPN's college football studio team of Rece Davis, Mark May, and Lou Holtz respond to the improbable ending? Fortunately, the WWL was live with a three-shot at that moment, so we can see how each… »12/01/13 11:10am12/01/13 11:10am

Either Mark May Or Lou Holtz Burped Loudly On ESPN's College Football Halftime Show

Caught off guard when they threw it back to the studio during ESPN's halftime report, somebody burped loudly and directly into their microphone. We're thinking it probably wasn't Rece Davis, because he was getting ready to talk and seems to transition pretty well. So it could either be Mark May or Lou Holtz. »9/29/12 2:35pm9/29/12 2:35pm

Springtime For Lou Holtz ... ESPN, Double Standards And You

Once upon a time, a site called The Black Table had a regular feature entitled Waxing Off, in which women gathered in an online roundtable to discuss issues of the day, and also to make fun of Will Leitch's shoes. And so we got to thinking: With so many great female sports bloggers out there, why not import the idea… »10/24/08 2:45pm10/24/08 2:45pm

Jemele Hill Just Taking This Whole Lou Holtz-Hitler Backlash in Stride

Jemele Hill finally addressed the whole Lou Holtz/Hitler non-suspension story »10/21/08 4:45pm10/21/08 4:45pm today on her personal blog and is predictably measured in her response. Hill, who was after she dropped the H-bomb in a pro-Pistons column for, says that she's received plenty of emails from friends and controversy-seekers…