11
Jul
08

Titletown Has Finally Been Worth it


Titletown is one of the most uninteresting segments ESPN has done this side of “Who’s Now,” but the other day, while supporting Gainesville’s chances to arbitrarily be dubbed “Titletown,” Erin Andrews did her best Gene Simmons impression.

I know what sports fans will be dreaming about tonight…


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1 Response to “Titletown Has Finally Been Worth it”


  1. 1 shatraw
    July 11, 2008 at 1:17 pm

    ESPN has done a lot of dumbshit to wile away the long solo-sport summer months (because let’s face it, how much coverage do golf and tennis really warrant?). this one, i think, is the worst.

    yes, even worse than who’s now because at least who’s now had a host of top of their game athletes involved. titletown wastes 10 minutes of my day when some lame ass coach tells me why chapel hill should be titletown. (actually, chapel hill probably should be titletown based on the 18 championships the UNC womens soccers program has accumulated in the last 25 years, making the yankees look like a bunch of ne’er to win pansies.)

    in closing, whatever wins title town shall be burned down by me. sadly, however, i will continue to watch ESPN for no real reason i can think of.


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