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Episode Detail: John McEnroe for his Repeated Outbursts - Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...

Reexamining John McEnroe's outbursts on the tennis court. Host: Brian Kenny.

Episodes: Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame... (57)

3/8/2007: Phi Slama Jama for Not Winning an NCAA Championship
2/15/2007: John Carlos and Tommie Smith for the Black Power Salute
2/1/2007: Buffalo Bills for Losing Four Straight Super Bowls
1/11/2007: Referees for Miami Losing 2003 Fiesta Bowl
9/28/2006: Matt Leinart for Returning for His Senior Season at USC
9/26/2006: Bobby Cox for the Atlanta Braves Winning Only One World Series Title
9/19/2006: Grady Little for Losing 2003 ALCS
9/19/2006: The Yankees for Losing a 3-0 Lead in 2004 ALCS
9/12/2006: NASCAR Fans for Hating Jeff Gordon
9/11/2006: Jerry Jones for Demise of Cowboys
9/5/2006: Steroids for the Home Run Explosion
9/1/2006: Peyton Manning for Never Winning the Big Game
8/31/2006: The Vikings for Trading for Herschel Walker
8/30/2006: Pete Carroll for USC Losing to Texas in 2006 Rose Bowl
8/29/2006: Bode Miller for Not Winning a Medal at 2006 Olympics
8/29/2006: Barry Bonds for Being Barry Bonds
8/21/2006: George Foreman for Losing to Muhammad Ali
8/14/2006: Why You Can't Blame the NCAA for Not Paying Athletes
8/7/2006: Anna Kournikova for Never Winning a Title
7/24/2006: Marvin Hagler for Losing to Sugar Ray Leonard in 1987
6/26/2006: Dennis Rodman for his Eccentricities
6/20/2006: Len Bias' Death for Demise of the Boston Celtics
6/13/2006: Greg Norman for not Winning More Majors
5/30/2006: Walter O'Malley for moving the Dodgers to L.A.
5/22/2006: Charles Barkley for Saying 'I'm Not a Role Model'
5/15/2006: Michael Jordan for Trying to Play Baseball
4/17/2006: Jose Canseco
4/10/2006: George Steinbrenner
4/3/2006: Chris Webber for Michigan's Loss in '93 NCAA Final
3/28/2006: Georgetown for Losing to Villanova in 1985
3/21/2006: Fred Brown for Georgetown's Loss in the 1982 NCAA Final
2/28/2006: Bob Knight for his Repeated Outbursts
2/6/2006: Sports Illustrated for Publishing a Swimsuit Issue
1/31/2006: Scott Norwood for Losing Super Bowl XXV
1/24/2006: Dan Marino for Never Winning a Super Bowl
12/12/2005: Ernest Byner for the Browns' 1988 Playoff Loss
12/5/2005: Terrell Owens for Over-the-Top Celebrations
11/14/2005: The BCS for Lack of a College Football Playoff
11/7/2005: Edmonton Oilers for Trading Wayne Gretzky
10/25/2005: Mitch Williams for Losing the 1993 World Series
10/25/2005: Ralph Branca for Dodgers Losing the Pennant
9/26/2005: Mike Tyson for Losing to Buster Douglas
9/19/2005: MLB for Trying to Keep Pete Rose Out of the Hall of Fame
9/6/2005: The Falcons for Trading Brett Favre
8/30/2005: Harry Frazee for selling Babe Ruth to the Yankees
8/23/2005: Umpire Don Denkinger for Cardinals Losing 1985 World Series
8/16/2005: Bill Buckner for Red Sox Losing 1986 World Series
8/9/2005: 1999 Ryder Cup Celebration
6/28/2005: The Trail Blazers for drafting Sam Bowie over Michael Jordan
5/23/2005: Wilt Chamberlain for Losing to Bill Russell
5/16/2005: The 1919 White Sox for throwing the World Series
5/9/2005: Jerry Krause for the Demise of the Bulls
5/2/2005: John McEnroe for his Repeated Outbursts
4/25/2005: Kobe Bryant for breakup of the Lakers
4/18/2005: Art Modell for Moving the Browns
4/11/2005: Steve Bartman for 2003 Cubs Playoff Loss
4/11/2005: Steve Bartman for 2003 Cubs Playoff Loss

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Premiered: April 11, 2005, on ESPN2
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