Sam Ponder is calling out Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy for an abusive blog post he wrote about her in 2014. Ponder, who hosts Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN, first …
Last October, ESPN canceled Barstool Van Talk after one episode. This came hot on the heels of Sunday NFL Countdown host Sam Ponder bringing an explicit Dave Portnoy blog post and …
Portnoy then wrote a post on Barstool headlined “In The Face Of Plunging Ratings And Unheard of Unpopularity Sam Ponder Has Resorted To Flat Out Lying About Barstool Sports To Save Her Job At
ESPN’s Sam Ponder slams Barstool Sports, which happens to have a new show on ESPN Sam Ponder, the host of ESPN’s “Sunday NFL but Feitelberg and Barstool founder Dave Portnoy …
The response followed Barstool CEO Erika Nardini defending the site and president Dave Portnoy posting a Ponder tweet from 2010 that said “apparently my family is sexist, racist and a little
UPDATE: On Thursday morning, Sam Ponder “clarified” on Twitter, writing that it wasn’t Barstool’s Dan Katz who wrote the article in question, it was Barstool’s president Dave Portnoy.
But OKAY,” Ponder penned. Ponder’s war of words with Barstool and its controversial president, Dave Portnoy, stems back to last year, ahead of the premiere of ESPN’s “Barstool Van Talk
Ponder took to Twitter again on Tuesday to place the blame on Barstool founder and president Dave Portnoy. “I was wrong in thinking @BarstoolBigCat wrote that article & called me a slut repeatedly.
ESPN is home to plenty of women in sports, including newly-minted Sunday NFL Countdown host Samantha Ponder, who was the target of multiple Barstool attacks/jokes in the past.
ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown host Sam Ponder and Barstool Sports have a history.About a year ago, Ponder called out ESPN for doing a TV show with Barstool Sports’ Dan “Big Cat” Katz and PFT