About the author


Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

Related Articles


  1. 1


    In my estimation, anybody who watches Sportscenter is an idiot.

  2. 2

    Jim V

    Maybe this is why I find myself watching fewer and fewer games. Across all sports. The game has become secondary. Your comments on B&B this morning about the downfall of NFL Primetime was a great summary of the little things that have slowly bled out of sports coverage since I was in my 20’s. Today sports have become less about the team and more about the stars. Basketball is the worst offender IMHO.

  3. 3

    Mike Marks

    agree with above….

    ….and somehow….by showing it 11x, they slowly made it look less impressive

  4. 4


    This is what $7 a month subscriber fees get you….a bloated, indulgent, non sensical time filler that is SportsCenter. Time to cut the cord.

  5. 5

    brad schimke

    Speaking of old crotchety guys (which I am resembling more and more on a daily basis), I wonder whatever happened to just seeing the highlights of previous games. You can’t find them anywhere. Not without 4 minutes of chatter building up to 20 seconds of highlights followed by 6 minutes of talking about the same highlights just seen. And it’s everywhere: NFL Network, world wide leader, world wide leader news…..Even Scott Van Pelt, whom I like and think he’s a cool, smart, funny guy rarely shows 2 minutes of highlights from a single game. He boils it down to one or 2 plays. Sportscenter (and pretty much anything on ESPN that isn’t a live game broadcast) is essentially unwatchable.

    Seriously, I want just highlights. I don’t need anyone to tell me what to think or to break it down. I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I miss The ‘Lights (is that what it was called on NBCSN a few years ago?)…..

  6. 6

    Scott A

    Get off my lawn ESPN! While I’m at it, take your brainless, corporate, Sport Center minions with you. You’ve become the tapioca pudding to my old, WISE, and geriatric palate.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

© , Steve Czaban. Website developed and managed by Enlutions