Whoop! ESPN reveals inside look at Sasquatch calling contest

Whoop! ESPN reveals inside look at Sasquatch calling contest

With March Madness wrapping up earlier this week and the NBA Playoffs set to begin on Sunday, you’d think ESPN would be up to their eyeballs in basketball coverage. Will Mike Cronin be the right fit at UCLA? Will the Golden State Warriors pull off the three-peat for the first time since Shaq and Kobe’s heyday? How will the Lakers replace Magic, and will LeBron get the help he needs this summer during free agency? These are the questions you’d expect pundits to be debating on ESPN. Instead, the self-proclaimed “Worldwide Leader in Sports” is covering Bigfoot. In fact, they just released an inside look at the annual Sasquatch calling contest in Whitehall, New York.

Whoop, indeed.

Are you interested in the history of the competition? Or maybe you’re interested in participating in the contest? Either way, check out the article below for all the details.

Inside the world’s premier Sasquatch calling contest (yes, that’s a thing)

Apr 10, 2019 David FlemingESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and FlemFile columnist for ESPN.com. Has written more than 30 cover stories for SI and ESPN. Author of “Noah’s Rainbow” (a father’s memoir) and “Breaker Boys” (stolen 1925 NFL title).

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