Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears went hunting for ducks on Tuesday morning. When he informed his Twitter followers of what he was doing, he had an embarrassing run-in with autocorrect. Some of you probably know where this is going. Here’s a retweet that shows what Spears initially wrote before deleting it: Autocorrect takes...Read More
As ESPN gets ready to broadcast its first Alabama-Auburn Iron Bowl game in seven years, another opportunity to watch has emerged. While Brent Musberger will be on the call on ESPN, Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch reported that Paul Finebaum will be live on the SEC Network taking calls during the game. They’re calling it the Finebaum Film Room: Iron Bowl Live and will feature...
Tim Tebow is all about the Bama bangs and Marcus Spears is not on the khakis train.
Twitter got the best of ESPN football analyst Marcus Spears today. The former LSU and NFL star thought he was having a twitter conversation with Florida coach Will Muschamp, who is on ESPN’s campus today as part of the network’s “Car Wash” style of programming. Unfortunately for Spears, though, he was tweeting at this fake Muschamp account: The conversation started when...
ESPN released today the travel schedule for “SEC Nation,” the SEC Network’s version of their parent network’s most popular program, “College GameDay.” The show, which will feature host Joe Tessitore and analysts Tim Tebow, Paul Finebaum and Marcus Spears, will broadcast each Saturday this fall from the campus of a SEC school. SEC Nation: @finebaum and Spears on...
Former Dallas Cowboys defensive end Marcus Spears is concerned that Tony Romo and Jason Witten attending the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship in Jerry Jones' private suite at AT&T Stadium could send the wrong message to other players on the roster. During the game, Witten and Romo were spotted on the stadium's jumbotron in the suite with Jones, Jason Garrett as well as former...
Former Cowboys DE Marcus Spears has officially retired from the NFL, according to the SEC Network. Spears is apparently pursuing a media career with the network as a college football analyst. Spears, 31, was a first-round draft pick of the Cowboys back in 2005. He spent his first eight years in the league with Dallas before he signed a one-year contract with the Ravens last year...
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