Tony Reali, host of ESPN’s “Around the Horn,” coined a phrase for a lack of accuracy near the end of Monday’s show, but he felt guilty soon after and apologized to Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky.
Reali zinged Trubisky by saying at the end of the program that he “didn’t want to Trubisky it,” which is a reference to the Chicago quarterback’s accuracy issues. Reali apologized to Trubisky.
He then said he would be making a donation to a charity Trubisky supports as a way to make amends.
Reali typically plays the role of a neutral moderator on “Around the Horn,” so the zingers and opinions typically come from the panelists.
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