ESPN has suspended Jemele Hill for two weeks for comments she made on Twitter, the latest in a string of issues between the SportsCenter anchor and the company. 

By Andy Gray
October 10, 2017

Where do you stand on Jemele Hill suspension?

ESPN suspended Jemele Hill for two weeks after a second violation of the company's social media policy. The SportsCenter anchor tweeted that fans who were upset ought to boycott companies that advertise with the Cowboys. This was in response to Jerry Jones' declaration that his players must stand for the National Anthem (which Jimmy has a good piece on, by the way). Michael McCann breaks down the legal aspects of the case and how Connecticut law could complicate things. Personally, I think ESPN has every right to suspend her. I agree with what she said but when you work for a company, you play by their rules. What do you think?

Taste of her own medicine

Former actress and Washington D.C. superfan Mia Khalifa has exposed several athletes (Chad KellyWillson Contreras, even Drake) for sliding into her DMs and trying to get some action. So what happened when she did the same to Gilbert Arenas? He let the world know, as only Gilbert Arenas can.

Only in Canada

A divorced Edmonton couple are in court battling over custody of their Oilers tickets.

Lovely Lady of the Day

Casting for the 2018 SI Swimsuit issue has begun and Bo Koehler certainly deserves a spot (in my opinion, at least). She is today's LLOD (click for full-size gallery). 

This makes me feel lazy

Congrats to Max Downham, age 81, who completed his first marathon over the weekend.

TIL: Pete Carroll wears $3,500 Nikes

Who knew custom dad shoes were so expensive?

Woman marries her dog. Seriously.

This is totally normal and not weird at all. Wonder if they're registered at Ikea.

These are atrocious

No pool for you

Good story, great graphic

Odds & Ends

This fan had the best reaction to Shane McMahon's jump from on top a steel cage ... Barry Bonds and other athletes were nearly caught in a fire at Ronnie Lott's fundraiser ... Ben Golliver examines Joel Embiid's huge contract extension ... Could the Mets sign Joe Girardi to be their next manager ... Raiders offensive lineman Donald Penn thinks his parking lot confrontation was a set up ... I thought the young Bulls players would trash Dwyane Wade but just the opposite ... ​ESPN won't be holding its 24-hour college hoops tip-off marathon this year ... NBC went way overboard in covering J.J. Watt's injury ... Celebs are starting to slam "disgusting" Harvey Weinstein.

I can't stop watching this two-point conversion

Hot mic alert

Iceland celebrates first World Cup berth

Can't tell if this is lame or cool

This will blow your mind

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