Sherman blasts Bayless on ESPN's 'First Take'

Sherman
Sherman
Posted: March 08, 2013

IF YOU HATE Skip Bayless, you'll love this. Bayless appeared with fellow commentator Stephen A. Smith on ESPN's "First Take on Thursday; their guest was Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.

Bayless wanted Sherman to talk about his Twitter feud with Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis. But Sherman would have none of it, choosing instead to humble the bombastic Bayless.

"Whenever you speak to me or whenever you address me, address me as All-Pro Stanford graduate," Sherman said to Bayless. "Because those are some accomplishments you will never accomplish. You have never accomplished anything.

"I am intelligent enough and capable enough to understand that you are ignorant, pompous, egotistical . . . and that's really what it comes down to. And I'm going to crush you on here in front of everybody because I'm tired of hearing about it."

For once in his life, Stephen A. was speechless. Wish we could say the same for Bayless.

Shameful fans

University of Wyoming fans crossed the line during a men's basketball game against Colorado State on Wednesday. C-State's coach is Larry Eustachy, who lost his job at Iowa 10 years ago after it was reported that he had been drinking with students at a frat party. He has since admitted he has a problem but says he hasn't had a drink in almost 10 years. But that didn't stop lowlife Wyoming fans from chanting "Al-co-hol-ic."

Wedding news

NBA star Michael Jordan applied for a marriage license; Heat star LeBron James has set a wedding date. Or is that dates? Jordan and Yvette Prieto were at the Palm Beach (Fla.) County courthouse Thursday securing a license. No word on when they'll tie the knot, but the license is only good until May 9. James will marry Savannah Brinson, the mother of his two children. But the man who held a nation captive while waiting for "The Decision" is being a bit evasive about "The Date." A copy of the couple's invitations, obtained by TMZ, simply reads "Save the Weekend, Sept. 13-15."

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