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I have read Kyle Porter’s hyper coverage of Tiger Woods over the past couple few years. It’s always Tiger versus the complete field and whomever is the leader that week - that’s Kyle’s great golfing hope. What shocks me is not Porter’s negativity toward Tiger and his disrespect of Tiger. But it’s the fact that CBS has hired and given their name to a reporter spewing a type of coverage I sometimes think would fit fine with the Fox News Channel. Golf has and I hope still is a place where respect and competition (and the discussions surrounding these aspects) are challenged to meet higher standards. And I love that’s. It was the case with Jack and Arnie and Lee and Gary. When Tom Weiskopf popped up on top one week everyone applauded it. Jack was not thrown under the bus that week. Just something to think on folks. Tiger is not perfect..., no doubt. But folks, neither are the other players, institutions or I guess sportscasters as well. Time Kyle and CBS were held accountable for the slander, made corrections, and moved things to a higher place. It’s the right thing to do. Larry Lane..., Portsmouth NH
There are a lot of good things about this app such as the box scores and the fact that they have lesser know sports like college baseball. However, it can be very buggie. Often times taking you to a blank white screen instead of players profiles whenever you press on there name. I also think this app suffers from bad QA/QC. Such as the “Tweet” section of baseball game going days at a time without being updated. So you’re looking at a Twins v Indians game and the tweets from both teams are from two days prior. Additionally, the college football score board often times can be incorrect. I watched WV and Texas Tech go into half time 35-10, yet the score in the app was 40-13. It was weird because the score summary correctly documented each scoring drive, but the score still remained incorrect. I often get notification for college football games such as a 1 point touchdown or a 9 point field goal. It’s all very confusing. Due to these quality issues, I have decided to go to the Four Letter and will probably never return to CBS.
I’ve been using this app for several years and I can’t believe that it gets continually worse every update. It’s barely functional in its current state, sure you can get information in its basic format but you are constantly bombarded with ads and errors. Baseball season is almost over and they finally got the news feed working, it’s 9/17. Football season starts, suddenly all teams news pages go blank, really? Then when you can get an article to load it’s broken up and even has sections covered by freaking ads. I think I’m finally just going to uninstall and find something else that works. If they would reduce the ads by half I could give it 3 stars but its just too much greed trying to pack all the ads in. The sad part is that the ads never fail to load unlike the information you’re looking for.
This app used to be a refreshing alternative to ESPN. It gave solid coverage of the latest sports news and provided a well organized and consistent browsing experience. Not anymore. My beef with this all are threefold. 1. The app has punched me with ads recently. Clicking to watch a 20s video now has a 15-30 second ad attached. Bad form. 2. The app is on the level of spam with the number of notifications I'm getting without first opting in. 3. Stability. The app now freezes EVERY time I launch it somewhere between 1-3 minutes in. This means I browse to an interesting article, only to have the app hang. I then restart and am unable to find the article. I've gotten tired of only reading the first half of articles. I guess it's back to ESPN...
Should be a home button or a way that when the user scrolls through the upcoming days, they can return to the current day’s sports listings, instead of have to scroll all the way back again. Once the user leaves the app after an hour minimum, the app should reset to the current days listings of games, instead of the last place the user was looking. App should allow the user to follow individual players. Some fans like players, but don’t care to get all the news about the whole sport, league, etc. NCAA Baseball and Softball should be able to be viewed the same as major college sports. Though watching the games is more unlikely do to the coverage wants vs needs, this is a sports app, so all scores and teams should be provided.
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