According to Deadspin, this CBS Sports Radio Minute aired yesterday during breaks on WFAN in New York and perhaps other CBS Sports Radio stations. Gottlieb is one of the cornerstones of the new CBS Sports Radio network that just launched and has his own television show on CBS Sports Network. CBS is putting a lot of faith in Gottlieb, so I hope he can provide more substance over several hours than the question he asked in this particular minute.
Is Tony Gonzalez's first playoff win better than the first time A.C. Green had sex?
Who actually thinks of comparing these things??? Who actually believes there is a legitimate comparison to be made between winning one NFL Playoff game and a decision to wait until your married?
I know there's a lot of pressure in sports talk radio to be the most controversial, the funniest, the most creative, the most off the wall, the most _________, but this is just plain bizarre.
Oh, and in case you're wondering. Gottlieb thinks Gonzalez's first time must have been better because... who the #*$% knows why.
Very strange. I get WFAN is my area and I dont know why they need a CBS Sports Minute. They have 20/20 sports. Just doesnt really make any sense.
Just as strange I think is his choice to use a basketball player who retired more than a decade ago. How many people even know Green, who while a solid player didn't get much attention?
I'm kinda glad that this did not air in Savannah. Even though my city has a CBSSR station, it dropped the Sports Minute once CBSSR kicked in. In fact, Doug's show doesn't air in Savannah in favor of a local show.
It aired on 97.1 the ticket in Detroit in the 5 o'clock hour. It was so bizarre I had to stick around to see if there was a point.
I heard it on WSCR in Chicago - it played at around 5:15pm here. I get the point he was trying to make, but wow, talk about creepy.
That was an odd hypothetical comparison to choose, but it did make me wonder: did A.C. Green cry after his first time?