Reliable sources close to persons within the
are confirming the Hurricanes have all but signed Super Bowl winning coach Jon Gruden to be its newest head coach. The deal reportedly is for five years and will pay the coach a little over 3 million dollars a year. Stay tuned. University of Miami
Posted by Rocky Alvarez at 9:28 PM
The buzz around Miami, Florida is that the University of Miami Hurricanes are close to hiring former Super Bowl winning Head Coach Jon Gruden, who is currently working as an analyst for ESPN. One source within ESPN and another close to the
, say the ‘canes are offering a three year three million dollar contract. Earlier today, the university’s Athletic Director stated during a news conference that his goal was for the team to be relevant again. Hiring Gruden would definitely do the trick. University of Miami
Posted by Rocky Alvarez at 7:13 PM
When CNN fired anchor Rick Sanchez in October, few people rejoiced more than suspended MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann. Though Sanchez apologized for a comment he made on a radio show implying the Jews were no longer an oppressed minority in the media world, the anchor ridiculed his apology dissecting it and finding fault with almost every word. He went as far as to give Sanchez “Worser” status on his “Worst Person in the World segment.
So now that Olbermann has been suspended indefinitely from the network, Sanchez reacted to his suspension with these words:
“Got to work w/ Keith when I was at MSNBC. He's a solid journalist. Hope this passes.”
I have to admit I was waiting for the gloves to come off, but was shocked by Sanchez’s kindness during what is probably a tough time for Olberman. Would have been nice to see Olbermann support his fellow newsman when he had the chance, instead of kicking him when he was down. Sanchez proves he is the bigger man.
Posted by Rocky Alvarez at 10:05 PM
MSNBC blowhard Keith Olbermann was suspended indefinitely for making political contributions to three ultra-liberal Democrats running for federal office. The untalented television anchor has always been an extreme left-wing loon, but now even his employer recognizes his behavior is unacceptable. On one occassion, he gave the maximum individual donation to a candidate on the same day he was interviewed on his train wreck of a show.
We have known for some time that the cartoonish anchorman should not be on the air, but now at least MCNBC feels the same.
Posted by Rocky Alvarez at 7:18 PM