So why is Aikman (who is divorced and has children) still bothered by this? It sounds like a classic case of someone protesting too much. It’s also offensive — to Aikman, being said to be gay is something so heinous that he would hold a grudge for 16 years and threaten to physically attack the person saying it. That’s sad and says a lot more about Aikman than it does about Bayless.
- Outsports Jim Buzinski commenting on Aikman’s recent statement to the Dallas Morning News that he might beat Bayless up if they ever crossed paths. In the same interview Aikman also said, “I’m not so sure Skip’s not gay.” Oooooh, burn!