Sport ESPN's Sergio Dipp is the internet's new favorite reporter

08:35  12 september  2017
08:35  12 september  2017 Source:   Sports Illustrated

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  ESPN's Sergio Dipp is the internet's new favorite reporter © Via Screengrab If you spent any time on Twitter on Monday night, you are probably familiar with Sergio Dipp, but for the uninitiated, Dipp is an ESPN broadcaster who worked the sideline during Monday Night Football's Chargers-Broncos game.

Dipp has worked with ESPN Deportes for a number of years and—noteably in what is likely his second language—became an internet star for this spectacular 30-second clip on new Broncos coach Vance Joseph.

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Despite being a bit nervous during his debut, Dipp seems to be taking this all in stride and is enjoying his newfound internet fame.

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The best part about Rovell' s lecture on college athletics, though, isn't that ESPN ' s sports business reporter clearly has no idea how business or markets work, generally, but that he apparently has no idea how the business of sports works, in particular.

Well, after ESPN had a fairly terrible morning covering the Jason Collins story, it looked like the network was making progress this afternoon: Smart news hour Outside The Lines would expand to a full As has been the case in the past, my beliefs have not and will not impact my ability to report on the NBA.

While there has been a good amount of trolling—when isn't there really?—much of the feedback has been positive, as many fans are clamoring for more Dipp.

Long live the Dipp.

This article was originally published on SI.com

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