May 22, 2012, - 5:43 pm

ESPN’s Feminist Plan of Chick Football Announcers Fails; Pam Ward Pulled

By Debbie Schlussel

In 2000, ESPN began its silly quest to force the mostly male TV college football fans to endure a female play-by-play announcer. Pam Ward was plopped onto the air to call college football. And it was a disaster, as it has been ever since. Women do not know football like men do. And men don’t want to hear them calling games. Somebody has to say it. And, clearly, plenty of people did because ESPN finally pulled Pam Ward off of the college football play-by-play, after slowly dropping her farther and farther to the bottom of its roster of college football on-air personalities. She just doesn’t know how to call a game, and her masculine/butch attire and matching haircut didn’t help.

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Men want to hear women call a game as much as they want to know the details of used tampons and as much as male broadcasters want to cover women’s basketball. Maybe even less. (Women college football fans don’t like women color commentators and play-by-play announcers, either.) But they have no choice in the matter because if ESPN is broadcasting a college football game, you can’t see it anywhere else, so where are you gonna go? But, by some miracle, ESPN finally woke up to its equivalent of fingernails scratching on a chalk board. I hope this marks the beginning of the end of ESPN’s experiments in political correctness, but that would be wisful thinking. Still, removing Pam Ward is a start.

Buh-bye, Pam. Don’t let the jock-strap hit ya on the way out.

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59 Responses

God bless women. Even the ridiculous ones, who attempt to talk about men’s sports. Honey, hush. There is no man alive, who listens to you. If she is fire hot, we may tolerate the insubordinance. If not, good luck. We don’t attempt to commentate on figure skating. Accept it, and go shopping!

Mike on May 27, 2016 at 8:17 pm

if the political correctnes at espn has women calling nfl games,i will not watch the games,many of my friends feel the same way.we don’t want to go into womens sports or other areas

joe johnson on September 11, 2017 at 11:30 pm

Just wait until the backlash from the first MNF game of the 2017 season. How many football fans were so looking forward to this game after a hard days work, sit down with dinner and a beer, turn the game on and…What’s this?? Who’s calling play by play, a 12 year-old kid?!? Oh no…it can’t be…not my Broncos game, please!! A female announcer?! Trying to sound like she has testosterone coursing through her veins?? I’ll try to watch…Noooo..I can’t take this anymore..!!

I like and respect women as much as the next guy and applaud the equality they have earned in this world. But when they are forced down my throat in the name of PC and feminism in a realm where they simply do not belong (like announcing football games) I draw the line. And no, I couldn’t watch the game.

I’m sorry but when I here a female voice during a football game, my instinct is to tell her to shaddup.

Mike on September 12, 2017 at 1:13 am

I sat in silence to watch the Chargers Broncos game last night because that commentators voice is even more annoying than the hum of my dishwasher and the smacking of my dog licking himself. Please ESPN, give us commentators who have actually played the game. If I wanted to her a woman’s voice for over three hours, I’d ask my wife what she thinks about…well, anything.

Steve on September 14, 2017 at 11:49 am

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