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PostPosted: 04/29/19 9:52 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

willtalk wrote:
For what it's worth, i for one also think very little of Creme. Judging him by the standards of just some guy posting on the internet he might appear to be knowledgable, but not someone who does it for a living. I agree that he appears to be someone who was thrust into a job and is just going through the motions just enough to maintain his position.

And this doesn't make him some kind of idiot?

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PostPosted: 04/29/19 11:03 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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PRballer wrote:
He's not an idiot - he has another full-time gig and he's mastered Bracketology quite well. You have to give him that, esp. his accuracy on getting the seeds and placement right.

What he is NOT is a journalist. At all. And shame on ESPN for not fact checking or editing. Why not have Michelle Smith or Mechele Voepel edit his work? For example, Myah Taylor played at Mississippi State this past season as a redshirt freshmen. He's just lazily reading old news releases I imagine. The Dean/UCLA error is also big as she's going to be a major player for UCLA next year.

Women's bball deserves better coverage.*

But Creme isn't an idiot...just not a professional journalist.

*(The podcasts have been bad lately as in MIA - not one podcast on any of the news, the draft, the coaching changes, anything. It's a bummer. Cheryl Reeve's podcast is about the most consistent, up-to-date podcast out there for news...very sad. The media core tries their best and usually stays on top of Twitter, but it is SLIM pickings out there).

Because the Michelle’s are so much better right, insert 100 sarcastic emojis here!

Michelle Smith? Yes. She's a seasoned professional journalist who has demonstrated a very real passion for the women's game and built up tons of credibility over the years covering the game.

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