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I find this absolutely hysterical...
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Do you not agree that ESPN has a "slobbering love affair" with Tiger Woods? Would you also not agree that it was and is the same "slobbering love affair" that they had with Brett Favre and Tim Tebow? Is it not the same form of manipulated journalism that they displayed with the "Penn State scandal"?
ESPN has proven time and again that they don't care about golf. Rather, they simply care about Tiger Woods. The guy is a great player, make no mistake. However, even Michael Jordan wasn't "slobbered" over like Tiger is. When Tiger is playing, they have a "Tiger counter" on SportsCenter. When he isn't playing, golf barely receives a mention.
Haha, very well done on their part.
I really hope they found a way to improve from last year's. IMO last years was the best they've had in quite a while.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Well apparently Rickie still shits his pants whenever he has to play with Tiger.
His mental breakdown on 16 shows how young he still is professionally.
Who cares? He's the best, and has been for years. People follow him whether they like him or not. You don't have to read the inevitable article they write about him after every round he plays, I know I do and I enjoy every one. He drives the sport, brings in all types of groups that normally wouldn't give a crap about golf, and makes everyone (himself, his competitors, and ESPN) much much richer. If you don't understand why ESPN loves him, I don't know what to tell you. Big stories get big attention.
Also just to piss all the other Tiger haters off more: IMO Tiger is the best ever (most dominant at the least) and is currently just extending his case.
ESPN just dedicated an entire week of its programming to Michael Jordan's 50th birthday. Their programming model has changed since the peak of Michael's era, but they certainly maximized his star power. To be honest, Tiger mania has much more validity than Favre, Tebow, Jimmer, etc. I won't get angry at any media outlet for extensively covering the true all time greats...Kobe, Lebron, Peyton, Jeter, Tiger, etc. even if I want to puke sometimes. Ill look back 20-30 yrs from now and be thankful that I had a front row seat.
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