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Colin Cowherd inadvertently defines ‘irony’

On his show recently, Colin was doing a not totally unfunny bit about what it would be like on the day when Derek Jeter breaks Pete Rose’s all time hits record at the age of 47 (or something).  He was describing Jeter limping to home plate, then remembering that he forgot his bat, limps back to the dugout and falls in and breaks his hip (it was actually pretty funny as delivered).  He then said something like, “We know that his falling into the dugout will be sponsored by someone, since it is the Yankees, and the Yankees have someone sponsor everything.”

Um, Colin?  Who do you work for again?

posted on Friday, October 12, 2012 10:54 AM Print
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# re: Colin Cowherd inadvertently defines ‘irony’
Ryan Gray
10/12/2012 11:26 AM
Did Colin have Liam Neeson on as a guest as well?
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# re: Colin Cowherd inadvertently defines ‘irony’
jdn
10/12/2012 6:50 PM
How great would it be if Liam Neeson descended on the mothership to exact revenge for how much time of his life has been taken by forced fake discussions like "True or false: Tim Tebow should start over Mark Sanchez" and the like?

A boy can dream.

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