Chris “Mad Dog” Russo was once the broadcast partner of Mike Francesa, our other favorite sports radio goober, but now he’s just a dude who yells a lot on his own radio show. “Yelling” can mean different things depending on who is doing it, and in Russo’s case it means, “Man who is clearly at the end of his rope.”
It's been a horrendous season for the Texans already. Losing to the Raiders and falling to 2-8 just adds more frustration.
There are two ways to look at this incident, which took place during the Pacers-Cavs game last night, in which Tristan Thompson (probably inadvertently) elbowed Pacers rookie Ben Hansbrough, and Pacers psychopath Tyler Hansbrough intervened and admonished Thompson with gusto.
Welcome back to the heaving underbelly of the internet. That incessant hum you hear is because some people are all atwitter about the ethics and legitimacy of a post on this site. Read and enjoy.
We get a massive amount of tips in our inbox each week. Some are pretty interesting, but don't get published for one reason or another.
This is probably one instance where the "Media Meltdown" tag has never been more apt: ESPN's Skip Bayless gets destroyed on-air by Philadelphia sports radio host Mike Missanelli. Enjoy the carnage.
Stephen A. Smith won't be daunted by any of Bob Costas's comments: