BSPN Type Lauds Morris; Endangers Career

February 4th, 2011

There are many reasons why Joe has BSPN blocked on his DirecTV (though he will watch the network for football and college basketball games). One of which is the producers and suits who indoctrinate the innocent have their heads so far up a handful of northeastern teams’ collective arses (including the Patriots) they wouldn’t know the difference from a blue sky and, well, a septic tank.

So Joe’s eyebrows were raised when he read a Twittering from Ross Tucker, a man Joe knows from his solid work on Sirius NFL Radio, who mocked the choice of Bill Belicheat for NFL coach of the year over Raheem Morris.

@RossTuckerNFL: Didn’t get a vote for Coach of Year but would have voted for Raheem Morris. Lots of worthy candidates but young Bucs 10-6 is crazy.


Now Joe knows Tucker, a journeyman offensive lineman who nearly became a Bucs player, has a degree from Princeton, but even a guy with a community college degree would know that not goosestepping in line with the edicts of the Soviet Disney Mice will surely get one thrown out on the street like a common vagrant. Tucker writes a column for BSPN.

Tucker better hope his salary from Sirius NFL Radio is sufficient. Or he better delete that Twittering before the wrong set of Bolshevik eyes reads it.

12 Responses to “BSPN Type Lauds Morris; Endangers Career”

  1. Gary Says:

    Your ESPN hate is very entertaining Joe. Good stuff with the word play.

  2. espo Says:

    I am now a Ross Tucker fan.

    I used to love Sports Center but I’m switching to Onion Sports Dome. It has the same amount of BS but they embrace it instead of hiding it.

  3. BigMacAttack Says:

    Veryyyy Interestingggg…

    If Disney owned the Bucs instead of the Glazers, the outcome may have been different. Then again, the Bucs would probably have a left handed, high water corduroy wearing Coach with loafers from San Fransisco.

    Rah will show them all very soon.

  4. mpmalloy Says:

    Preach on, Joe!
    Let the ugly truth be known so that the American middle class can fight back against tyrants!…

    Seriously, though, I totally agree: I watch espn a lot and I feel dirty.
    It’s like shopping at Walmart……some of the most condescending sports commentary ever made

  5. mpmalloy Says:

    p.s. Props to Ross Tucker for fighting the power.

  6. oar Says:

    [Already posted this once oar, no need to spam each thread. Feel free to send links like this to Joe and he will highlight the story. — Joe]

  7. oar Says:

    Hope I didn’t step on your toes with my “outside the box” and link!
    Also, did you see Aron Sears was arrested on a warrant? Very sad.

  8. Joe Says:

    p.s. Props to Ross Tucker for fighting the power.

    Joe would love to hear Public Enemy do a remix anti-BSPN diatribe. LOL

  9. oar Says:

    Sorry bout that and I have emailed.

  10. Joke Says:

    Joe, are you sure you know what “mocked” means?

    Also, the ESPN = fascist hyperbole is tiresome.

  11. Joe Says:


    “Fascist” and Soviets are two far, far, far different theories. Might want to brush up on your political science my friend.

    As far as Joe’s hate for BSPN is “tiresome,” BSPN’s schlock is worse than tiresome.

    Joe gives the four-letter props when deserved. Sadly, the examples are far too few.

  12. BamBamBuc Says:

    ESPN is no different than virtually every other news network out there. Make things all big and fancy and over the top… the masses love shiny objects. Then, whenever possible, find the dirt. The masses love dirt. Doesn’t matter how inconsequential the athlete, if there’s dirt, it’s news. Then, when all is said and done, recruit the stragglers to the masses. Yep, if they’re not already fans of the major teams, only report on the major teams to whip the stragglers into shape and force them to become fans along with the masses. Means much less work when you only have to report on 3 or 4 teams in each sport.

    So, come on people, stare wide-eyed at the big fancy sets, drool at the dirt they’re throwing at you and for goodness sake, quit being a fan of the lowly Bucs and start cheering for the Patriots or Cowboys or Steelers. Forget the Rays, the Yankees and Red Sox are where it’s at.