Blogpoll Roundtable: Who do you love, who do you hate?

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Fellow college football bloggers Eagle in Atlanta (Boston College) have come up with a couple interesting questions realted to college football and the media.

Last week Trev Alberts made one of the all-time bonehead moves by getting fired by ESPN. Not surprisingly, college football fans and bloggers showed the little sympathy for the former first-round bust. Trev's self-important style and often misinformed opinions built up heaps of animosity among regular viewers of ESPN's college coverage. Plus Albert's departure means more TV time for real journalist like Nick Lachey! So with this in mind, I thought it was time to focus on the talking heads you love and the ones you love to hate.
  1. What member of the mainstream sports media (preferably one who covers college sports) makes your skin crawl, blood boil, forces you to change the channel or hit mute? Why?
  2. What writer, broadcaster, show, website etc. deserves more recognition? Who is someone we should all be reading, watching or listening to?

Of course, Trev Alberts and his Nebraska bootlicking act is the obvious answer to #1. However, since Trev no longer has the ability to annoy us on a daily basis with his annoying takes and shiny hair, my vote will go to local (California) SCum honk Petros Papadakis. However, Fox UCLA "analyst" Matt Stevens is a close second for his blathering about the good ol'days  under mediocre Donahue and blindo opininos on Karl Dorrell.

As for #2, my vote would go to the fine bloggers that make up this little subculture of obsessed college football fans. MSM opinions on certain aspects of the games and programs in general are really starting to reflect the influence of college football blogging.

What do you think?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.

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