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Thursday, July 17, 2021

No, I’m not interested in Brett Favre’s un-retirement circus. (Well, maybe a little.)

But others are, and the worldwide leader in sports is responding to a ridiculous extent:

All I know is that when ESPN starts running a crawl line at the bottom of the screen with a category that says just FAVRE, right there alongside the NL, AL, NBA, NHL and NFL, it would seem we reached some sort of new milestone in terms of the definition of saturation coverage.

From this, I guess you could say Favre is in a league of his own, or even a league unto himself…

Good thing I never watch ESPN/ESPN2 during the football offseason. If I wanted to live in Green Bay USA, I’d move there instead of getting a cable-fed simulation.

by Costa Tsiokos, Thu 07/17/2008 01:35:32 PM
Category: Football, TV
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  1. Here in Wisconsin the Favre coverage is just off the charts. Makes me appreciate Bart Starr much much more.

    Comment by Tom McMahon — 07/18/2008 @ 11:03:24 AM

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