It was announced this week that Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer would become the first duo of women to call an NFL game during tonight’s Thursday Night Football game between the Vikings and the Rams. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman would work the television broadcast, and Storm and Kremer would work the Amazon Prime streaming…
Get the hell out of here, makeup. Hannah Storm doesn't need your last-second fix. We're live and talking about Aaron Rodgers.
Our media criticism in these parts often accuses television of being so lacking in basic sensibility that it has become post-human. Stuart Scott's death at 49 prompted a reminder that, yes, these are real people on TV; there's no more accurate a depiction of this than the tentative and often fragile on-air reactions…
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm signed off this morning's SportsCenter with thoughts on covering the NFL and their handling of Ray Rice, and essentially questioned if the league she enjoys actually cares about female fans, families, or the issue of domestic violence.
It's "Ladies Week" on ESPN Deportes (yes, "Ladies Week," as opposed to "Semana De Las Señoras") and tonight's SportsCenter features all-female hosts/hostesses. One of the presenters? The awesome Hannah Storm, from "real" ESPN.
It's no secret the Worldwide Leader loves all things Tebow. We didn't expect to find the Jets "quarterback" to be a topic of off-camera discussion by ESPN talent, though, as appears to be the case when a director cut from a live Colin Kaepernick media day presser to Hannah Storm and Mark Schlereth casually…
On Monday we learned why Hannah Storm had been off the air for three weeks: her propane grill blew up in her face, a "wall of fire" that burned off half her hair and left her with second degree burns on her hands, chest, and face.
Yack. SportsCenter's Hannah Storm suffered through a horrible accident three weeks ago after her propane gas grill exploded at home. She is, amazingly, returning to the air tomorrow for ABC's coverage of the Rose Parade.
What is ESPN prattling on about right now? We condense your morning SportsCenter to its essence.
Some of you may know Josh Elliott as the soon-to-be former co-anchor of ESPN's morning "SportsCenter". Some of you may not know him at all. If you were not familiar with his work along side Hannah Storm, you missed out. We had no idea he read our site. We really appreciate him taking the time on his last day to give…
We know it's exciting that the Mangenius is gone in Cleveland, but that's no reason for Hannah Storm and Adam Schefter to high-five over it. They quickly apologized, but still: high-five!
At noon today, two female SportsCenter anchors handed the baton off to two other women, a first in the show's long history. Truly this is a monumental day in the long struggle for women's rights.
In which we examine the occasionally controversial wardrobe choices on everyone's favorite morning serial. In this installment, Hannah Storm.
In which we examine the occasionally controversial wardrobe choices on everyone's favorite morning serial. In this installment, Hannah Storm and Josh Elliott.
Current Threat Level: Black, stiletto heel, paired with tasteful earth tones. Don't ask me to explain Bruce Bowen's tie, though. [via ESPN]
Kornheiser may well have been railroaded by whichever members of ESPN's high court also serve on Chris Berman's bowling team, but I think we can all agree on one thing: T.K. is a man who has richly earned his railroading.
ESPN's John Skipper responded to the suspension of Tony Kornheiser, but there's more to the story than the press release shipped out of Bristol. Observe.
As The Big Lead reported, Tony Kornheiser received a short suspension for his comments made last week about Hannah Storm's wardrobe. But there were other remarks made that day that really irked his royal Norbyness.