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Much has changed since Colin Cowherd toed the red turf of his alma mater in 2014, a trip to Cheney to help boost a former Roos Field renovation project. Cowherd, one of the nation’s most well-known and polarizing sports media figures, has since taken his silver tongue to FOX Sports, where his radio show “The Herd” is simulcast on FS1 and iHeartRadio.
Couch Slouch: LeBron James will not play in a ninth consecutive NBA Finals, and according to many pundits, it is because he moved to Los Angeles and went Hollywood. I don’t much like pundits, and if you tell me I’m a pundit, well, then, I don’t much like myself. Anyway, LeBron is the first order of business as Couch Slouch presents our annual incomplete guide to the NBA postseason:
For the fourth time since the National Championship run of 2010, Eastern Washington University is just a win away from a return trip to the FCS title game in Frisco, Texas. And with a second national crown on the line, this is your last chance this year to experience the most dominant football team in the Northwest over the last decade.
Carl Tinghino, a retired millworker from Kootenai County, remembers that school mate from his Illinois high school who was "very, very bright" and "very, very nice." But, as one of North Idaho's conservatives, he doesn't know whether he can vote for the former Hillary Rodham for president.
ESPN says radio host Colin Cowherd won’t be on the air again before leaving the network in the wake of his remarks about major league baseball players from the Dominican Republic. The network said Friday that “Colin will no longer appear on ESPN.” The statement said Cowherd’s comments “do not reflect the values of ESPN or our employees.”
NEW YORK — ESPN says radio host Colin Cowherd won't be on the air again before leaving the network in the wake of his remarks about major league baseball players from the Dominican Republic.
Offered a chance to be a part of a landmark football weekend at Eastern Washington University, Colin Cowherd didn’t hesitate. “It makes me proud and it makes me smile,” the national sports radio personality said of an event that combines some of his biggest passions: college football and the Northwest, especially the school in Cheney that he credits for “providing the canvas to paint my future.”
Offered a chance to be a part of a landmark football weekend at Eastern Washington University, Colin Cowherd didn’t hesitate. “It makes me proud and it makes me smile,” the national sports radio personality said.