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On his ESPN Radio show Monday, evening SportsCenter anchor Scott Van Pelt let it be known he wasn't happy with talking about Tim Tebow as his "One Big Thing" and called out his brethern at the daytime edition...
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SVP: "I vowed when we got up today and saw the news that Tebow'd been released by the Jets we weren't going to go all in here because he's a backup quarterback who was responsible for zero touchdowns last year and if SportsCenter wants to turn it into a carnival in the morning then that's on them. I don't get it but if you want to talk about that for an hour and not show Golden State highlights then I would disagree with that and people would be happy I'm not anchoring cause my thing is show me highlights."
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SVP speaks the truth. SVP for President!
Reply46 months
Yet another example of the slim ESPN has become. At one time they were "The sports leader". Now, they just want to be the sports version of TMZ.
Reply46 months
Keith O sucks more than Skip Bayless
Reply46 months
have always had respect for SVP.

i miss the days of Dan Patrick and Keith Olberman - they were the greatest SC duo imho.
Reply46 months
Remember when ESPN made a news story about how Tebow took his shirt off at practice last summer? Yeah I do. SVP is the freakin man
Reply46 months
News about Tebow News. Thanks Larry.
Reply46 months
Dan Patrick for the win.
Reply46 months
Once again showing why SVP is leaps and bounds over everyone else. I hate ESPN more and more.
Reply46 months
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