Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Jason Whitlock expresses some concerns re: ESPN
Let's go ahead and put a bow on the day and week right now and send you on your way early to sit in traffic and snap at loved ones in frustration.
But first, in the spirit of peace on Earth and goodwill toward men, here is a classic of the Jason Whitlock scorched-earth approach to column writing, in which in the process of defending the honor of his alma mater, Ball State, he gets into the holiday mood by calling ESPN "the most evil and destructive force in the sports world" and "the enemy of the truth" and adds, "Sports media is dying by suicide and ESPN is Dr. Jack Kevorkian."
Is this a great country, or what? We truly have much to be thankful for, friends, and two of those things are Whitlock columns and . . . ESPN.