Suggestions For New ESPN.com/ Links

Friday, March 13, 2009

If you've watched ESPN anytime over the past few weeks you probably noticed their commercials about the NEW espn.com. You know the ones that bounce from Bill Simmons to Notre Dame to Mike Golic to Biba Golic and they say things like espn.com/TUNA. Well that link does in fact work, bringing you to Bill Parcells. Considering they are just in the infancy of the /somethings, I have a few suggestions that ESPN most certainly can add to their list.

ESPN Personalities

Type in Boomer's signature phrase and you're at his bio. espn.com/ITSLIKENOONEHERESWORKEDONTVBEFORE

Like Stuart Scott would guy by anything other than his signature stare. espn.com/LAZYEYE

Bill Simmons gets a link that sums up his writing style. espn.com/WHINYGUYFROMBOSTON

Screamin A needs a loud link. espn.com/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

For all of Skip's popularity I'm not sure if this would work but he gets espn.com/EVENMYMOTHERHATESME

John Clayton gets a link which explains why he really loves football. espn.com/ILIKESNIFFINGJOCKSTRAPS

Rick Reilly needs a link to his blog page of things too short for a column. espn.com/HEGETSPAIDHOWMUCH...FORTHIS?

Pedro Gomez gets a link summing up his current location. espn.com/ILIVEINBARRYBONDSDRIVEWAY

ESPN Shows

Cold Pizza First Take gets a link, not sure why. espn.com/NOBODYACTUALLYWATCHESTHISSHOW

Around the Horn gets the espn.com/TALKINGHEADS

The Mt. Rushmore of Sports Was a classic segment so it gets espn.com/WEMAKEYOUDUMBER

Because Mayne Street is Most Certainly the best internet show ever it gets espn.com/ITSJUSTTOOGOODFORTV

Players

Nobody Loves it More Than Mike Piazza so espn.com/HEARTSTHECOCK is his.

Man of mystery Marko Jaric gets a link that sums up what people think about him. espn.com/HOWTHEHELLDIDHELANDADRIANALIMA

In honor of going from 33 to 34 Vlad gets espn.com/THISYEARMYBIRTHDAYCOUNTEDTWICE

Bernard Pollard gets the important tagline espn.com/HERO

Brett Favre gets what everyone wants him to do. espn.com/PLEASESTAYFUCKINGRETIRED

Ray Lewis gets the tag the court couldn't pin on him. espn.com/MURDERER

The Sporting World's Lord and Savior, Tim Tebow, gets an apporpriate link.
espn.com/JESUS

Coaches

Need Bill Belicheat info? Obviously the link is espn.com/CHEATER

Eric Mangini obviously gets his signature nickname. espn.com/MANGIDIOT

Mark Mangino requested his link to be what he had for lunch. espn.com/6EGGS4BIGMACS3KRISPYKREAMS3PIZZAS...
They told him it wouldn't all fit.

The Rest

Mr. Al Davis probably can't use the interwebs but he has this espn.com/SENILE

All the excitement of a cricket match gets you this link espn.com/WORSTSPORTONTHEPLANET

Random Profane Car Ad, ESPN Likes to Link On Mel Kiper's Page
espn.com/BIGBILLHELLS

Feel free to throw any extras in the comments.

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1 comments:

If Tim Tebow is Jesus than what are good quarterbacks?

Anonymous said...
12:41 PM  

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