ESPN GameDay will be live in Tallahassee Saturday and some FSU students plan a silent protest for the networks coverage of Jamesis Winston

FSU Fans Would Be Foolish To Protest During GameDay

Some Florida State University students are planning a silent protest against ESPN for what they feel is biased reporting in the case of star quarterback Jamesis Winston. It further thought by some in the student body that this biased

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Seminoles Must Drop the Persecution Complex

  July 7th, 1996 is the day that many in the world will remember as the day that Nelson Mandela stepped down as the president of South Africa.  It was a day that many will remember as the end

Bucs Gerald McCoy

Bucs’ Gerald McCoy: ‘No One Comes Into Our House and Watches Lifetime’

Bucs DT Gerald McCoy thinks they've have been a little too hospitable towards opponents and that there needs to be more of a home-field advantage Sunday

Football

J.J Watt Is Earning His Keep

With the 11th pick in the 2011 NFL draft, the Houston Texans selected J.J Watt, Defensive End out of Wisconsin.  After signing a six year $100 million dollar contract on September 1st, many people are wondering how a two time

1. Georgia running back Todd Gurley is suspended and will be missed Saturday against Missouri

10 College Football Games Not To Be Missed

As a public service we at Sports Talk Florida do not want you to waste a moment of your weekend watching bad football. So, in the interest of making sure that Saturday brings you nothing but quality football action,

Stan Heath

Former USF Basketball Coach Joins ESPN as Analyst

Former USF basketball coach Stan Heath will join ESPN as a men’s college basketball analyst. According to ESPN’s PR department, he will also be joined by Craig Robinson. They will call game telecasts on ESPNU, in addition to providing analysis

NBA

Reagan Era Legislation Enriches NBA

Monday was a great day for NBA owners and eventually NBA players’ bank accounts. But overall, it was a rotten day for the 95 percent of cable TV subscribers who will see their bills increase for programming they never watch.

Jim Calhoun

Jim Calhoun to Join ESPN for College Basketball Coverage

Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun will join ESPN’s college basketball coverage this season. The 72-year-old Calhoun won three national championships at Connecticut in 1999, 2004 and 2011. He retired in 2012 after 26 years with the Huskies. The

Bill Simmons

Twitterverse Fires Back at ESPN for Bill Simmons Suspension

When ESPN fired columnist Bill Simmons for calling NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a liar, his fans took to Twitter to let everyone know that they support him. Many bloggers, tweeters, and other reporters have spoken out in his defense,

Bill Simmons

The Podcast That Got Bill Simmons Suspended

When Bill Simmons recorded a podcast Monday explaining his feelings about Roger Goodell, ESPN didn’t like it very much. In fact, they hated it so much that they suspended the Grantland Editor-in-Chief for being so honest. According to Digg.com,