Non-cheerleading chicks on the field?

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  1. GiovaniMarcon

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    Guys, what's your take on the plethora of lady sports announcers and columnists and interviewers on the football fields? Yay or nay?

    Personally, while I think some of them are nice enough eye candy, their obvious lack of knowledge of the game and pathetic attempts at sounding credible (ie, using athletic jargon in their speech) is irritating.

    Sadly though, at times it seems there are more white lady media people on the field at any one time than white male athletes.

    All according to the big plan, I guess.
     
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  3. jared

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    Football -especially the NFL brand- is already incredibly watered down with commercial breaks. For a 3+ hour block of time space, we get maybe 15 or so minutes of actual play. Sometimes I'm in the mood to stomach the assault of commercials and sometimes I'm not. But when networks decide to further dilute the action by minimizing the screen and muting actual football action so some sideline reporter can ask predictable fluff questions at the expense of game action, I get annoyed. Fast.
     
  4. WHITE NOISE

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    It is part of an overt plan to feminize a male dominated sport and culture. It is also used to emasculate the white male. It's pathetic and predictable and will only get worse. I must say that having Tony Saragosa on the sidelines is better than Suzie(plaster face) Kolber, God she makes me sick, she's so freaking ugly. What would happen if Suzie and Kornholer had a kid? Something out of Alien/Predator would result no doubt, mommy I'm scared. Edited by: WHITE NOISE
     
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  6. foreverfree

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    If you want eye candy (and can get the Balt/Wash franchise of Comcast Sports) try Amber Theoharis, the Orioles telecasts' roving reporter. Want eye eggplant (I hate eggplant) try Rosana Franco, who with Fernando Fiore and Felix Fernandez (and three shapely groupies called Las Senadoras) hosts "Republica Deportiva" on Univision, on Sunday middays ET.

    Ok, hubbiesapplepie admits to being female. [​IMG] Who are CF's other gals?

    John
     
  7. Bear Backer

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    It is really a non issue for me. It doesn't matter whether I have to listen to the eye candy female reporters on the sidelines or the annoying gelled and primped males like Chris Myers. All of them are pretty much are going to be singing the NFL script.

    As far as female members of castefootball, I am shocked there is even one. I know very few female fans who are students of the game. That is not a knock on women, just the reality that I have observed. In general, Men and women have different interests as far as football goes and different reasons for being fans.
     
  8. GiovaniMarcon

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    I can't stand prissy little male douche nozzles commenting on sports, either.

    When I see a six and a half foot tall Russian freight train KO some all-hype-but-no-chance black hope from Harlem, the last thing I need to hear is some pot-bellied, bald little queerlord with a West Hollywood lisp start talking about how boxing is in trouble.

    As per the NFL, I think the best thing for it might be a total teardown or some competition from a similar league that recruits on talent and not on melanin.

    I don't mind female sports announcers so much, but I would rather they stick to sports they play.

    The large number of female media people reporting on the NFL is just more slapping in the face of white men.

    "See? You invented the sport, but now it belongs to blacks and women -- not because it should, but, you know, just because. Thanks."
     
  9. Ground Fighter

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    Oh, Suzie Kolber serves a purpose for my entertainment, and that purpose is to keep me guessing which sex organ it is that she has dangling between her legs.

    I'll give everyone a hint...it DOESN'T begin with the letter "v".[​IMG]

    But seriously, I don't think that women have much of a place interviewing athletes or "affaletes" on the field. Even if the woman is attractive, just watching here stand there interviewing the Jamals and Cleophuses of the league just annoys me on a level that I can't comprehend. Probably because its because we all know what Jamal and Cleophus are thinking when they are looking at her. So, yeah, no need for female sportscasters on the field.
     
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    Maybe I'm in the minority but I've gotten quite sick and tired of Erin Andrews and her whiny voice.
     
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    [​IMG] I have a couple friends who believe it or not think she's "hot." That's where the old saying "to each his own" really comes into play. I always think of her as Dr. Ruth's granddaughter.


    I used to get almost physically ill when she was on ESPN's Sunday night games with Mike Patrick, Joe Theisman and Paul Maguire. Patrick paid such deference to her. Talk about wondering what someone has between their legs. . .
     
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    Baseball is just as bad,but "we American men"accept and appreciate the "gurlz"because not to would prove that we are sexist,if we don't approve of the "soft"looking news and weather "readers",we could be labeled homophobes,and God forbid that we don't fall in lock step with never ending wave of non-white celebs and affeletes,we could be called,wait for it,RACISTS!


    A label for all,and guess what?,they only apply to White males,but don't say anything, because to do so would bring scorn from even our own race and gender.
     
  13. foreverfree

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    Re Kolber, as I recall someone on CF posting, "Suzy is your man". [​IMG]

    Speaking of Suzy, I thought she was still on ESPN's now-Monday Night Football. Who is/are the sideline reporter(s) on MNF?

    John
     
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    I don't noe who the sideline reporters are.for Suzy I think "Broadway Joe" can be a good sideline reporter. [​IMG]
     
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    I have mixed feelings. Seeing a "hot" woman while watching the game - I think I would enjoy that quite much. [​IMG]
     
  16. Ground Fighter

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    Poor Suzie Kolber. Although, I do give her credit. She does possess more "masculinity" than most of the jock-sniffing caste whores such as Chris Berman or Tony Kornheiser. [​IMG] I guarantee you that she'd tell one of the "super-affaletes" such as Chad Johnson that he played like sh*t in a particular game, waaaaaaay before any of the NFL "analysts" would have the balls to. They would be too busy trying to kiss Johnson's ass, instead of telling him the truth.
     

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