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Its the number one story of the day. Personally, I could give a rats ass about Baseball right now. Its Football season. Football is the powerhouse sport and will take over. Baseball won't be back until Yankees-Red Sox this week and then off until late September / early October.

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And all 22 minutes have been on Michael Vick. No Sports. No Highlights. Just Michael Vick.

ESPN is such a joke.

It's unbelievable, that name is driving me fu**** nuts. During games, after games, NFL was really bases on Vick. I'm sick and tired of his name popping up.

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Its the number one story of the day. Personally, I could give a rats ass about Baseball right now. Its Football season. Football is the powerhouse sport and will take over. Baseball won't be back until Yankees-Red Sox this week and then off until late September / early October.

You could give a rat's ass about baseball right now because the Tigers just stomped the Yanks 16-0 tonight, but that's besides the point.

I've been hearing about Vick for the past month. He doesn't need 22 minutes on why I need to feel sorry for him now because apparently it took being convicted of dogfighting and murdering dogs for him to find jesus.

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You could give a rat's ass about baseball right now because the Tigers just stomped the Yanks 16-0 tonight, but that's besides the point.

I've been hearing about Vick for the past month. He doesn't need 22 minutes on why I need to feel sorry for him now because apparently it took being convicted of dogfighting and murdering dogs for him to find jesus.

Thank god I was at work and didn't have the pleasure of watching that game.:character42:

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Watching some of that preseason game tonight, you could see several of the fans there sporting their #7 jerseys.

I just don't understand why anyone would still want to show any type of support to him after the mess he has caused and the crime he has committed.

But thats just me.

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Watching some of that preseason game tonight, you could see several of the fans there sporting their #7 jerseys.

I just don't understand why anyone would still want to show any type of support to him after the mess he has caused and the crime he has committed.

But thats just me.

A gangsta culture and a wanna-be gangsta culture that defends it. Those are the only people who don't think Vick did anything wrong.

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You would think when the season starts, the Vick story would go on the backburner. Not so at ESPN. There will probably be more Vick coverage this year on ESPN than NFL coverage. Unless, of course, it's Monday Night Football.

Thank God for NFL Network.

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Watching some of that preseason game tonight, you could see several of the fans there sporting their #7 jerseys.

I just don't understand why anyone would still want to show any type of support to him after the mess he has caused and the crime he has committed.

But thats just me.

Because this was all racially motivated, duh!

lolsc

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I can't stand it. The entire Monday pregame show was dedicated to Mike "K9" Vick. They barely called the game in between tqalking about K9 and then the entire half time show was on Vick.

**** Mike Vick. I hope he gets shanked in his taint in jail.

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I can't stand it. The entire Monday pregame show was dedicated to Mike "K9" Vick. They barely called the game in between tqalking about K9 and then the entire half time show was on Vick.

**** Mike Vick. I hope he gets shanked in his taint in jail.

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!

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You would think when the season starts, the Vick story would go on the backburner. Not so at ESPN. There will probably be more Vick coverage this year on ESPN than NFL coverage. Unless, of course, it's Monday Night Football.

Thank God for NFL Network.

I heard they are changing their name to esVn.

A gangsta culture and a wanna-be gangsta culture that defends it. Those are the only people who don't think Vick did anything wrong.

And the O.J. jury.

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Can someone tell exactly when did ESPN became EVPN (Entertainment and Vick Programming Network) ?

I swear if I didn't know better I would have thought Jim Dolan was running EVPN now.

I have had enough Vick

I have had enough Kornhiser already (And we are only in the preseason)

I have had enough American Gladiators and stuff that was shown the previous day on ESPN Classic.

Please get someone in there who has a friggin clue.

Who has worst programming on right now

ESPN

MSG

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I watched the vick news with interest last night. It's a big story. I enjoy seeing how a thugturd has thrown his life away thinking he's above the law & everything else.

What sucks is talking about it during the game. they weren't my teams but i'd a been really pissed if they talked vick & didn't call out the names of the players who made plays or mistakes.

we bitch about buttle but he has good knowledge of the jets & talks about the game not the headline of the day

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A gangsta culture and a wanna-be gangsta culture that defends it. Those are the only people who don't think Vick did anything wrong.

And even they will turn on Vick soon, everyday you hear more and more about how he's turning into a witness for the state.. And nobody in that culture likes a rat.

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You could give a rat's ass about baseball right now because the Tigers just stomped the Yanks 16-0 tonight, but that's besides the point.

I've been hearing about Vick for the past month. He doesn't need 22 minutes on why I need to feel sorry for him now because apparently it took being convicted of dogfighting and murdering dogs for him to find jesus.

Like it or not Vick was a big name in sports with a HUGE following... if people werent watching the Vick coverage... they wouldnt provide it...

When you take a top selling, top tier pro like Vick... and watch his like hit the fan... its gonna be talked about... A LOT

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A gangsta culture and a wanna-be gangsta culture that defends it. Those are the only people who don't think Vick did anything wrong.

Couldnt be more wrong... Vick is going to be a huge rat... if anything they want to gun him down...

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Couldnt be more wrong... Vick is going to be a huge rat... if anything they want to gun him down...

So then I should be expecting some sort of video with Carmelo Anthony telling Vick not to snitch to come out sometime in the near future.

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You would think when the season starts, the Vick story would go on the backburner. Not so at ESPN. There will probably be more Vick coverage this year on ESPN than NFL coverage. Unless, of course, it's Monday Night Football.

Thank God for NFL Network.

An you just know the bung hole talents on ESPN will be looking for ways to bring Vick's name into every play of every game, event and show on ESPN.

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I want to see a 22 minute segment devoted to Stuart Scott's lazy eye

dont forget it was the Jets who gave him that lazy eye...

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/_stories/2002-05-28-scott.htm

05/28/2002

By Rudy Martzke, USA TODAY

clear.gif Stuart Scott's wife, Kimberly, winces when their 7-year-old daughter, Taelor, says, "Daddy, I'm glad you're home, but you still have to play football."

Scott, the popular ESPN SportsCenter host, has been home in Farmington, Conn., for nearly two months because of an injury to his left eye when he was struck by a football April 3. Scott, 36, was working out with the New York Jets in preparation for his ESPN piece on going through a minicamp.

The blow damaged the cornea, and Scott has been treated by several specialists as he strives to regain sufficient sight in his left eye to return to work. He'll soon be seen at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore by Walter Stark, father of ABC Monday Night Football reporter Melissa Stark.

The process has been complicated because of previous problems with both eyes, including a right detached retina. Jerome Kramer is working on a contact lens for Scott's right eye before the injured left eye is able to handle a contact lens in another two to three months.

"Dr. Kramer's a genius," Scott says. "I just got a contact lens from him, and it's very close to being the right one. My left eye was my sight before. Now my brain has to tell me that my right eye will be the dominant eye. I believe I'll be able to return (as a reporter for) the NBA Finals, and (in) another two, three weeks I should be able to read a teleprompter on SportsCenter."

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