San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice, who was outspoken in his criticism of the New England Patriots over the deflated ball controversy, has admitted in an interview that he broke a league rule during his playing days.
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Customers have bombarded a Bay Area taqueria, ever since the restaurant bested tens of thousands of other eateries in a national contest.
La Taqueria’s carnitas burrito was named tops in the country by ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight website, which has been running a “Burrito Bracket” over the last few months.
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8th grader Neha Konakalla, who won the first ever CBS San Francisco Bay Area Spelling Bee in March, has outlasted dozens of other regional champions to advance to Thursday night’s live final on ESPN at 5 p.m.
ESPN the Magazine’s list of the 25 best-paid athletes in sports lists no Barry Zito, Barry Bonds or even a Buster Posey. As in previous years, many of the highly-compensated don’t even play one of the four major American sports. Eight of the top 25 income earners come from the worlds of boxing, soccer or Formula One.
Seemingly every time an NFL or top college coaching job opens, the Jon Gruden rumors bubble up. Yet here he is starting his fifth season calling “Monday Night Football” games, under contract with ESPN through 2016.
“I truly believe Colin Kaepernick could be one of the greatest quarterbacks ever,” Ron Jaworski said Wednesday. “I love his skill set. I think the sky’s the limit.”