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Cowherd calls Harrison Smith a "STIFF"...
I enjoy listening to the guy, but he went too far. He called Harrison Smith a STIFF and said he was too slow. He said he fits more in a run defense and wouldn't be able to compete agains the NFC North teams?
Really, Harrison has played against some of the Best WR and TE in the country and hasn't done too bad. I would almost say that without him our record would have a few more losses!
Sometime I hate Cowherd!
f he indeed said that then he crossed a line between good journalism and just trash talk reporting.
How would he re-act to the reports that his efforts were, 'trash jounalism'?
He should be aware of being gracious and humble in making critique.
Umm, let's face it he's a turd!
One of the many reasons why I no longer listen to the cowturd. He likes to say outlandish things for ratings, but I will say in his defense, that he can occasionally make a good point. He and Skip Bayless should date.
When one is a STIFF it should be easier to spot a STIFF. Still, I think the STIFF known as "the Turd" missed this one. Gee, the guy makes more wrong calls than right. It is expected.
ESPN personalities are cartoon characters. Cowhead comments on ND because it has a huge fan base and is polarizing. ESPN operates on 1 mantra, do whatever you can do to get the most people up in a lather.
In the limited amount of time I have listened to him, he seemed like a loudmouthed blowhard. There is very little ESPN programming I will listen too. EVeryone has a Schtick and its played out.
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