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In the wake of Dan Patrick's departure from ESPN Radio, Keith Olbermann's PR agents have been hard at work floating this preposterous notion:
Keith Olbermann, whose return to radio with Patrick help boost both of their profiles the last few years and recreate the chemistry from their "Big Show" days on "SportsCenter," said Thursday's announcement was the first he had heard of The Content Factory.
"I told Dan directly that I've been exactly where he is, and I'll support him any way I can, and that he needs to do whatever works best for him," Olbermann said Thursday. Olbermann added that ESPN has "been terrific and I'm very torn" about whether to continue on the network radio show - either hosting it by himself, as the network has offered, or do a shorter version. He could also join Patrick somewhere down the road at another syndicated show. "I don't think with my other jobs I could give it as much as the company and listeners deserve," said the MSNBC "Countdown" anchor said of taking Patrick's ESPN Radio spot. "Plus, my motivation has been working with DP. In short, we'll see."
Yeah, sure Keith, you do realize of course that you'd actually have to talk about a sport other than baseball if you took over Dan Patrick's radio show right? Olbermann's dead silences when anything other than baseball were being discussed reveal Olbermann knows as much about other sports as he does about news, which is to say, little or nothing.
But wait--there's more:
From today's New York Daily News:
Match made in hell: When NBC Sports added Keith Olbermann to its Sunday "Football Night In America" pregame show, questions were raised about the Peacock bringing in another anchor to team with Bob (Rapping Roberto) Costas. There was speculation a studio configuration would be devised where Costas and Olbermann would work at separate desks. According to an NFL spy that won't be the case. "They will be together and will be encouraged to, well, debate," the spy said. This could be interesting. Olbermann is a loose cannon. Costas ain't. Kind of like mixing Vodka with Yoo-hoo.
Oh yeah, that's why viewers tune in to NFL football-to watch Olbermann and Costas "debate". It ain't a political forum folks, it's supposed to be a sports show.