Luke Kennard looks
benching of J.T. Barrett. That’s a popular sentiment around these parts, but it’s not Carman’s place to pop off. I’m guessing he’ll end up at USC, where he can tweet all day. good in those White-Allen commercials. The kid from Franklin is polished and comes off as relaxed and sincere. The spot was a great test run for Kennard, who has some good tape for future endorsement deals. I hope he drives a Chevrolet or Ford, especially since he’ll be starting his NBA career in Detroit.
did a great job calling the late game last week on “Monday Night Football”. A big deal was made about a woman chatting about the Broncos-Chargers game, but college football fans know Mowins. She’s worked many games on Saturdays. Now maybe she can mentor that sideline reporter, who was in way over his head.
Rafael Nadal, Aaron Judge, Tribe. Nadal won the U.S. Open last week, raising his Grand Slam total to 16. The Spaniard won 21 of 24 sets in the tournament. He didn’t meet Roger Federer in the final, much to the chagrin of the tony NYC tennis crowd. That ticket would’ve been the sport’s equivalent of a front-row Taylor Swift ducat.
Craig Carton, Mike Fiers, Jon Jones. Carton, Boomer Esiason’s former radio sidekick, resigned from WFAN in NYC after he was charged with running a $5 million Ponzi scheme to pay off gambling debts. Carton allegedly took money from investors who thought they were putting their cash behind a ticket-reselling business.