The Winners and Losers At Last Night's Sports Emmys

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

You may remember this post from late March that had the nominees for the 28th Annual Sports Emmys. Well in a highly publicized event (sarcasm folks) the Awards were handed out to the winners losers.

Here were the nominees in case you forgot (AA's pick in bold)....

Live Sports Show:

131st Preakness Stakes (NBC)
'06 FIFA World Cup (ABC)
MLB on Fox
The Masters (CBS)

Studio Show- Weekly:

College GameDay (ESPN)
Inside the NFL (HBO)
NBA Nation (ABC)
Sunday NFL Countdown (ESPN)
The NFL Today (CBS)

Live Sports Series:

ESPN College Football
HBO PPV Boxing

Studio Show Daily:

Baseball Tonight (ESPN)
Inside the NBA- Playoffs (TNT)
Olympic Ice (USA Network)
Outside the Lines (ESPN)

Studio Host:

James Brown (CBS)
Joe Buck (FOX)
Bob Costas (HBO/NBC)
Rich Eisen (NFL Net)
Ernie Johnson (TNT)
Jim Lampley (NBC)

Play By Play:

Marv Albert (TNT)

Joe Buck (FOX)
Al Michaels (ABC/NBC)
Jim Nantz (CBS)
Mike Tirico (ESPN)

Studio Analyst:

Charles Barkley (TNT)
Jay Bilas (ESPN)
Cris Collinsworth (HBO/NBC)
Jeff Hammond (FOX)
Kirk Herbstreit (ESPN)

Sports Event Analyst:

Jerry Bailey (ESPN)
Cris Collinsworth (NFL Network)
Tim McCarver (FOX)
Johnny Miller (NBC)
Darrell Waltrip (FOX)

For the winners and to see how AA predicted them....hit the read more button....

Live Sports Special: MLB on FOX: Post Season
Studio Show Weekly: Sunday NFL Countdown
Live Sports Series: NASCAR on TNT & NBC
Studio Show Daily: Inside the NBA- Playoffs
Studio Host:
Ernie Johnson
Play By Play: Al Michaels
Studio Analyst: Cris Collinsworth
Sports Event Analyst:
Cris Collinsworth

So how many did I get right? 2 out 8. How many do I think are bs? The rest.....I mean Al Michaels??? Come on. Did they see the clip with him bitching about indoor fireworks? That's hard-hitting play-by-play right there.

This whole Awards thing just goes to show the common man, that the Sports Industry still knows nothing about what Sports Fans like. Here's the Network breakdown.....

NBC 9, ABC 4, ESPN 4, TNT 4, Fox 3, HBO 3, CBS 1, 1, ESPN2 1, FSN 1, NFL Network 1

UPDATE: From SBD comes this Jim Nantz quote....

Before announcing the first winner, CBS’ Jim Nantz drew laughter when he approached the podium and said, “This just in. With the 22nd pick in the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select Brady Quinn.” Later in the evening, ESPN’s Mark Jackson joked that another presenter, ESPN's Suzy Kolber, would be late to the show because she might still be in the green room with Quinn.
D***s. Brady will now destroy you with his beautiful eyes like the X-men's Cyclops.

Sports Emmys Press Release (Emmy Online)

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 12:54 PM


NASCAR? Really? I thought the category was for Live "SPORTS" Series.

the butler said...
May 1, 2007, 5:09:00 PM  

Fox baseball? Surely, you can't be serious. The people who lost must feel like real losers.

La Rev said...
May 1, 2007, 5:30:00 PM  

haha how in the world does NBC get the most and they dont even have nearly as many sports as the other networks

Anonymous said...
May 1, 2007, 6:47:00 PM  

haha how in the world does NBC get the most and they dont even have nearly as many sports as the other networks

Anonymous said...
May 1, 2007, 6:47:00 PM  

I like NASCAR but TNT/NBC does a TERRIBLE job with the races. I mean, comparing their NASCAR coverage to any of the other nominees is like comparing "The Godfather" to that awful Ben Afflick movie "Gili" or whatever it was called!!!!! TNT SUCKS!! I'm glad they only have 6 races this year.

Anonymous said...
May 2, 2007, 12:16:00 PM  

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