12.20.2006

Howard's ...apology?



Apparently Desmond Howard "misspoke" during last night's bowl preview on ESPN. He didn't mean to say Cal was playing Texas in the Holiday Bowl, nor did he intend to say that he was looking forward to the key matchup between Cal's WR DeSean Jackson and Thorpe Award winner, Aaron Ross. He certainly didn't mean to throw in the added drama about Texas backup QB transferring to Ole Miss with Colt McCoy's status still in doubt. According to Dez, his mouth had a well-informed mind of its own for about 23 seconds last night.

I believe him..

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't it the Pacific LIFE Holiday Bowl?

Now he can't get the sponsor right.

Herringbone said...

And they call UM a higher learning insitution...that guy couldnt talk his way out of a wet paper bag...

Nelson said...

What did you expect from a moron Wolverine??

Uncle Fester said...

Herringbonehead and nelsonthenitwit both show what morons they are by thinking this is such a big thing that would merit one to question Desmond Howard's intelligence.

Let me just type something for you two hate mongers to suck on. Desmond Howard won the Heisman, played in the NFL and is on ESPN as an analyst, things you will never be able to accomplish.

I'd love to see you two on TV so that we can tear apart every mistake you make.

You two must be very upset on the fact you will never amount to anything other than online complainers.

Who's Your Daddy said...

That is some sharp analysis, ESPN is definitely getting their money's worth! A mistake is mispronouncing a player's name, getting tongue-tied, or even having a Dan Marion-esque metldown. Howard gave an insightful analysis on a matchup that existed only in his head. You would think someone who won the Heisman, played in the NFL, won a Super Bowl MVP (did you forget that one numb nuts?), and is a PAID ESPN ANALYST would be able to - I don't know - read the farking TV Guide?

Anonymous said...

Neither of you mongloids have ever mispoke before hey?? Never crossed up words or teams?? That's not what your grade 4 report cards said ... both times. Give him a break you idiots ... live tv's a little harder then stocking shelves at walmart boys but you'll never know ...

Anonymous said...

The guy is an idiot. Giving his analysis of the game wasn't a surprise to him. They didn't spring the question on him and ask him to make remarks on the fly. That I could excuse. No, he was responsible, as part of his job, to research the matchup ahead of time and come up with WRITTEN COPY which he read off the teleprompter. This is not flubbing a line or being confused about an off the cuff question. This guy had time to prepare and answer and write it down, and still got it wrong. DU mass!!

Anonymous said...

It's not Howard's fault that he's an idiot. The real idiots are ESPN, who continue to hire BASKET-WEAVERS to read sports. Most jocks have trouble reading at all, as evidenced every day at ESPN.

Anonymous said...

ex-jock = low expectations. jeeeze, you lower the bar to the ground and they trip over it. The best part are the people trying to cover for him