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Rick Reilly, Loving Limbo

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
When most of us leave one job for another, we might get a week or two off to put our affairs in order if we're fortunate, and considerably less time if we're not. By this standard, Rick Reilly is the luckiest man in the galaxy. In late October, ESPN announced...
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Go Toe to Toe With Rick Reilly

9 years ago by Colin Bane
After 32 years of dream-job journalism, covering everything from the Final Four and the Super Bowl to the Olympics for the likes of Sports Illustrated and ESPN Magazine and spending more time interviewing nude men in locker rooms than he ever could have imagined, Rick Reilly set out in search...
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Rick Reilly's Capitol tongue-bathing: Arousing!

10 years ago by Michael Roberts
On Monday, we told ou about ESPN columnist Rick Reilly's April promise to "tongue-bathe the Capitol dome if the Rockies make the playoffs" -- and his subsequent vow to make good on this lost bet. He proved as good as his (second) word yesterday, gamely lapping the golden cap in...
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Rick Reilly on How Trump Is Explained by His A$$hole Golf Game

3 months ago by Michael Roberts
Rick Reilly says Trump cheats at golf "like a mafia accountant."
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Rick Reilly, ESPN columnist, shares his Goodwill with the Green Bay Packers

9 years ago by Michael Roberts
How did I wind up with a book from the collection of ESPN's Rick Reilly? It was definitely an act of generosity on his part, but not because he directly targeted me for his largesse despite my coverage of him tongue-bathing the State Capitol dome in 2009 after incorrectly predicting...
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ESPN's Rick Reilly on why he believes in Tim Tebow

8 years ago by Kylie Horner
A few weeks ago, I stumbled on a commentary about Tim Tebow by ESPN's Rick Reilly. Now, I don't care for football, and I don't care for extreme media hype over an athlete, either. But Reilly's commentary on Tebow is worth a read, even for you non-sports fans. Afterward, I...
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After botched Colorado Rockies prediction, Rick Reilly pledges to "tongue bathe" Denver capitol building

10 years ago by Michael Roberts
Back in April, no one expected the Colorado Rockies to make the playoffs -- least of all ESPN columnist Rick Reilly, who declared on KOA radio that he would "tongue bathe the Capitol dome if the Rockies make the playoffs." Yes, Reilly promised to lick the Colorado state capitol dome...
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ESPN's Rick Reilly goes for laughs in graduation speech/eulogy for CU journalism school

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
ESPN's Rick Reilly has a wicked sense of humor -- which made him the perfect choice to bid adieu to the final graduating class of CU's journalism school, which officially shuts down June 30 in favor of what's dubbed a "journalism-plus program." And in his speech to grads, he worked...
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Rich "G-Man" Goins Will Relive His Denver Bronco Billboard Stunt with Rick Reilly Tonight

5 years ago by Jamie Swinnerton
For many Colorado football fans, the name G-Man conjures up memories of 25 seasons ago, when local radio sportscaster Rich Goins, inspired by another rough start for the Denver Broncos, promised to live on a billboard until the team won a game and broke its losing streak. The Fox reporter...
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ESPN's Rick Reilly gave lousy advice to CU journalism grads, critics say

8 years ago by Michael Roberts
Proof that ESPN's Rick Reilly is a divisive figure in the journalism community: Even Reilly's speech to CU journalism school graduates is being picked apart by critics. Reilly believes journalists should never write for free, arguing that "nobody asks strippers to strip for free, doctors to doctor for free or...

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