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Samantha Ponder, making her way through work, marriage, and modern motherhood

Sam Ponder is making waves as a college football reporter for ESPN. She has a beautiful baby daughter with husband and Minnesota Vikings Quarterback, Christian Ponder. Baby Scout can be seen traveling with mom while she reports from the sidelines of college gamedays across the country.

Ponder is a woman that is making it happen by managing a full-time career in the public eye, being a wife, and a mother. You can see this documented via her Instagram account where she’s in Fargo, North Dakota one day and then the next is in Tallahassee, Florida.

All the while, she’s working and posting the most adorable pictures of her family.


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Hannah Storm Gets Emotional and Asks “What Does the NFL Stand For?”

It’s been a rough week for NFL fans, especially if you’re a female fan of the game.

We talked about what female fans of the NFL can do moving forward, but ESPN anchor Hannah Storm asked in a broadcast Sunday morning of what the NFL will stand for?

In a rare emotional moment, Storm, who has been covering sports for more than three decades, said it was a difficult conversation to have with her daughter on why Ray Rice was allowed to hit a woman and not be in jail. “I should have been talking to her about her first week having a fantasy football team. Instead, I’m having to talk about this” said Storm.

She goes on to echo the majority of football fans on the hot topic issue, “If the NFL and the Ravens had to see that video to be moved to significant action, should those who support the league demand the same? To see action? To see change before believing?”

This goes back to our expectations that the NFL should set the example, not react to it. It’s a privilege to play and be a part of this game. And it’s time the NFL required that kind of pride out of it’s players, no matter their skill level.

H/T Deadspin

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MLB’s Anonymous Player Poll Results

Every year, ESPN conducts an anonymous MLB player poll that always has some interesting tidbits of information.

This year, 143 players were polled with questions like:

-Is the MLB ready for an openly gay player?

-Should Arod be banned from the Union?

And always a crowd favorite:

-Who is the most overrated player in baseball?

The answers weren’t just one-word responses, either.


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Manning Brothers show off childhood videos in new documentary


Did you know that Peyton and Eli Manning are BROTHERS?!

Shocking. I know. But for most NFL fans, we’ve only heard stories here and there throughout the entire time the Manning brothers have played in the league together.

And to commemorate possibly the last time Peyton will ever face his little brother Eli, ESPN’s fantastic 30 for 30 documentary series was able to sit down with football’s royal family to talk about growing up, father Archie and the oldest brother nobody knows about because he doesn’t play football.


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