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August 22, 2009


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Not a fan of Holtz myself, but his record in college football speaks for itself. I don't get how his interest in politics makes him irrelevant on espn. Have a strong suspicion you wouldn't make those comments if he wanted to support Obama or run as a liberal Dem though.

The Wiz

Politics aside, Holtz's case is an interesting one, especially considering how ESPN handled incidents involving Jemele Hill and Dana Jacobson.



The Wiz

Speaking of which, Hill is at it again:



Holtz is harmless...there's nothing in what he's said that should suggest that ESPN has a liability on their hands. That's just over-the-top hyperbole...like his predictions. :-)

If ESPN didn't fire Dana Jacobsen for getting drunk at a roast event and yelling out "F&^% Notre Dame"..."F&^% Jesus"...then they sure as hell aren't going to fire Holtz for being an Irish homer.

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