What you may have missed over the weekend and what’s coming up from ESPN:
1. Jameis Winston won the Heisman Trophy and ESPN again won plaudits for its coverage.
Thanks for nice feedback on #Heisman show. 20th time doing it tonight and it still means as much to me to do the award justice.
— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) December 15, 2013
My man Tessitore just OWNED the touch screen… #Heisman
— Larry David Jr. (@JermsD55) December 15, 2013
2. Longhorn Network had extensive coverage of the Texas coaching change.
BREAKING: Mack Brown will resign as Texas head coach.
— Longhorn Network (@LonghornNetwork) December 15, 2013
3. Frank Caliendo as Kiper Claus was tremendous.
— senatorblutarsky (@SenatrBlutarsky) December 15, 2013
— Charlie Krausse (@ckrausse02) December 15, 2013
— Taylor Storm (@KingTaylor4days) December 15, 2013
4. Wishing all the best to Michael Kim.
Great person and a real pro says goodbye to ESPN. @MKimESPN it's been a damn good run, shug. You will be missed.
— Scott Turken (@Turk0219) December 14, 2013
.@MKimESPN Congratulations and best of luck!!! Wishing you nothing but the best. And much love to your family this holiday season!!!!
— Ken Jeong (@kenjeong) December 15, 2013
5. Even King James was going to watch the latest “30 for 30.”
LeBron says he's planning to watch Maurice Clarett doc when he gets home. They knew each other fairly well at one time.
— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) December 15, 2013
— Eric Reed (@EReed790) December 16, 2013
6. College basketball is entering stage right, as the college football season winds down.
— Paul Biancardi (@PaulBiancardi) December 14, 2013
7. Outside the Lines took a look at charities as they relate to PGA events.
— Shane Cadden (@scaddenFNL) December 15, 2013
8. A handy way to watch ESPN while checking lists once, twice or more.
— XFINITY Sports (@XFINITYSports) December 14, 2013
9. To get you ready for tonight’s Baltimore at Detroit Monday Night Football contest (8:25 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN, Jon Gruden answers some questions.