At the top of the seventh inning of Sunday's St. Louis Cardinals-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game broadcast, the ESPN commentators talked about the importance of being consistent.
Then, baseball analyst Curt Schilling made a joke about his sex life.
Retired men's basketball coach Bob Knight, who is best known for his time at Indiana University (and for throwing a chair on the court from time to time) and also at Texas Tech, is now a basketball analyst for games on ESPN2.
On Thursday night, Knight was calling the Temple-Southern Methodist game and was distracted when his view of the court was obstructed by a fan.
Last Thursday night, the Nashville Predators played the St. Louis Blues.
During the television broadcast of the NHL matchup on Fox Sports Tennessee, some people heard something other than the traditional sounds of hockey play-by-play. It was something much, much different.
Free Beer is again calling football games for Compass Media Networks this season.
This past weekend, he was at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind., calling the Michigan State-Indiana game. Eighth-ranked Michigan State won 56-17 in a total second-half blowout.
For years, a radio DJ named Inetta the Moodsetta has been known for the greatest on-air quitting moment ever when she decided that she had enough at the radio station she worked for in Mobile, Ala.
Well, move over Inetta! A television reporter at a station in Alaska dropped a bombshell Sunday night that puts Inetta to shame.
About halfway through the broadcast of the Boston Red Sox-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game Wednesday night, Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy had something happen to him that has never happened before: His tooth fell out.
It's always fun to see a great catch by a fan when a foul ball or home run ball lands in the stands at a baseball game.
A couple of weeks ago, we shared the awesome video of a dad who snagged a ball while carrying his kid up the tunnel from the concourse.
This time around, it was a play-by-play guy, not a fan, who made the catch.