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#1 papago

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Posted June 16 2016, 06:58 AM

Why do we have to suffer the worst golf coverage of the year for the most incredible event of the year?

 

 

ESPN SUCKS.



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Posted June 16 2016, 11:49 AM

I hear the golf channel's coverage is much better.



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Posted June 16 2016, 12:13 PM

Somehow I suspect the Cartoon Network's coverage might be better. 

 

ESPN is a joke anymore.  I could not even watch a college baseball game last weekend without their commentators causing me to ask myself why I was subjecting myself to it.

 

Back when Gifford, Cosell, and Meredith were doing Monday Night Football (aka ABC's Three Stooges, although Gifford was sort of an innocent victim of that crew), people were known to watch the telecast with the sound turned down to zero.  ESPN has the same effect, I think.



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Posted June 16 2016, 04:07 PM

I was considering watching it in person this year since it's in the Pittsburgh area but too much homework to do this weekend.  :golfer:


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Posted June 20 2016, 03:29 PM

I was very happy to see Dustin Johnson finally win a major.  To think he could have lost another one based on a very questionable ruling.  But he persevered this time as the others around him collapsed (primarily Lowery).  That shot he hit on 18 was incredible and after he had to reset after someone made some noise in his first backswing.  Great win at an insanely difficult golf course.


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Lon (Kansa City, Mo.): I'm a transplanted 'Burgh boy living in Kansas City. My wife was pregnant with my oldest son when the Steelers drafted an undersized former QB from Georgia with their (compensatory) 3rd round round draft pick in 1998. Now, just days ago sitting here with my almost 14-year-old son watching Hines give his retirement speech...couldn't help but think how fast time flies when you're having fun. Thanks Hines for everything! We will miss your tough catches for first downs when we needed them most, your crushing blocks that had linebackers complaining about rough treatment from WRs, and above all, your smile! You're the consummate football player, pro, and thankfully, Steeler for life! Black and Gold forever!

Nick (Cleveland): As a Browns fan, my memories of Hines Ward will always be his [expletive] smile. There were so many times I wish someone on my beloved Browns could slap it off his face, but we never did. Now that he is retired, I can see myself always referring back to that smile. He was one of the greatest complete wide receivers I had the displeaure of watching bury my Browns year after year in his storied career. Glad to see him go out on a high note. Take care Hines! IMO, a sure fire Hall of Famer.




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