David Wright, or Captain America as he was accurately dubbed during the TV broadcast of USA’s 7-1 victory over Puerto Rico, has long been known as just about the biggest enthusiast on Team USA.
Well, Super Bowl Sunday is only a few days away. The granddaddy of sporting events (or most events for that matter) is on CBS 11 and America’s Most Watched Network: CBS.
Cowboys fans are, by and large, just the best. Not so much in a “they are smart football fans” kind of way as a “mercy, they are nuts” kind of way, as the video shows.
Besides the win, the most talked about part of the Cowboys game was Josh Brent’s appearance on the sideline, about one week after he was charged with intoxicated manslaughter in the crash that killed fellow Cowboy Jerry Brown Jr.
Jim Rome, host of Rome on CBS Sports Network and The Jim Rome Show on the radio joined CBS Local Sports to give his take on the biggest topics in the major sports.
The successful sports television personality has taken his game to CBS, where his new daily sports show, “Rome,” debuts on the CBS Sports Network on Tuesday evening.
The Lakers just aren’t who they used to be. After consecutive titles followed by a dispiriting sweep in last year’s Finals, the Lakers have moved on dramatically as an organization.
Fans will the option of paying $3.99 to see all games on multiple platforms – online, mobile and tablet. The app will be available on Android phones for the first time.
The big news of the day was all about Josh Hamilton and his recent relapse of his addiction after a night of drinking. Josh held a press conference today and RAGE covered it from all the angles.
This move will allow developers to create and sell just about any fantasy sports-related apps they can think of to users of CBSSports.com, one of the world’s three largest fantasy sports websites.
He will host a half-hour weekday show on cable channel CBS Sports Network called “Rome” starting in April.
Albert will be added to the NFL on CBS team. Albert worked for NBC Sports from 1977-97, announcing the NFL on NBC for 19 years.