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Olbermann out. I can finally watch NBC Sunday Night Football again!

August 6, 2010

Maybe not, Bob Costas still waxes poetic like a douche, and the whole cast of Football Night in America is pretty intoleable, but hell it’s better than any douchetool thats on ESPN. Looking at you Tim Cowlishaw. Heres the face you wont see in Fooball Night anymore:

Keith Olbermann

But Keith Olbermann getting kicked off Sunday Night Football means Football in America has become a lot more tolerable. Hope Olbermann can tolerate going back to his two dozen fans on MSNBC.

First mentioned by HotAir:

I’m told that NBC News officials requested the move, citing Olbermann’s weekday commitment to MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann. During the 2009 NFL season, Olbermann periodically did not appear on Friday editions of Countdown.

Network television sources confirmed to me that Olbermann’s departure from FNIA was not due to any conflict with cast or production crew members. I was also given no indication that Olbermann’s politics had anything to do with the move.

You know that Olbermann’s politics not having anything to do with it is a lie. If anyone with principles, such as myself, would never watch football on NBC because of him. It’s just a matter of fact, Olbermann is absolutely awful at what he does and is so full of incompetence and hate.

Sports by Brooks expanded on things:

Some members of the FNIA cast and crew were made aware of the news Monday at a preseason production meeting in New York City. Afterwards, the cast and crew adjourned to Yankee Stadium to watch the Yankees-Blue Jays game.

I’m told that NBC News officials requested the move, citing Olbermann’s weekday commitment to MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann. During the 2009 NFL season, Olbermann periodically did not appear on Friday editions of Countdown.

Network television sources confirmed to me that Olbermann’s departure from FNIA was not due to any conflict with cast or production crew members. I was also given no indication that Olbermann’s politics had anything to do with the move.

Olbermann has hosted Countdown since 2003 and had served in varying capacities on FNIA since 2007.

My fear is that Dick Ebersol (emphasis on Dick), being the single most astounding failure in broadcast sports, will promote and equally liberal incompetent guy (like Rachel Maddow) to the Football Night in America desk. Here’s hoping that doesnt happen, even though it will. It’s too bad that Rush Limbaugh spoke his mind about an overrated black quarterback (Philly figured that out 6 years too late), I wish we could have back him, giving us football analysis. But please NBC, PLEASE for the love of God, don’t put another douchebag on TV.

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