Wednesday, October 22, 2008

ESPN-Gate: Jay Glazer ticked over ESPN memo

The release of the ESPN memo, telling their folks not to report what Jay Glazer was reporting over at Fox, has Glazer ticked with the network. The ESPN memo had the headline: "DO NOT REPORT . . . DO NOT REPORT . . . . DO NOT REPORT . . . DO NOT REPORT.” Pro Football Talk reports (under the headline "GLAZER GOES ON THE WARPATH"):
    Among other things, Glazer called ESPN’s attempt to question the accuracy of his story “kind of garbage,” and he said that he has no problem putting his record against ESPN’s.

    “Don’t make it personal with me,” Glazer said. “I’ll make it personal with you.”

    For starters, Glazer suggested that a score sheet should be kept between his reports and those from ESPN.

    “I’ve got no problem going record for record,” Glazer said. “In fact I’d like to do that.”
This Glazer vs. ESPN story (with Peter King tossed in for good measure) is better than the Favre-Lions debacle.


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Jim Philips said...

I don't know why networks are doing that kind of thing. News are for everybody and they should cover all of them. Some people on pay per head services are tick off about it too.