ESPN took a step closer to becoming the next Real Housewives spin-off (Real Sports Journalists of Bristol?) when it decided to support Skip Bayless and say he is qualified to call Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel an alcoholic:
So a personal experience with something makes you qualified to judge others? Unreal.
"When discussing the widely reported public behavior, Skip based his comments on information he has from sources within and around the Browns’ organization with knowledge of Manziel’s continued pattern of behavior, as well as Skip’s personal family experiences with alcoholism,” an ESPN spokesperson told SI.
MTV doesn’t play music videos all that much anymore so why should ESPN report on sports?