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“He was accused of "homerism" -- that is, being a fan of the team you broadcast -- which isn't entirely unfair, but is mostly beside the point.”
“That's the problem when you're in the media; if you root too hard for one team, people who are sick of the "homerism" start rooting against that team. ...”
“He's clearly trying to gain recognition from a national publication or media outlet by curbing the "homerism" and sticking to the tale of the tape.”
“Not a Homer, Huh? The Orange County Register published an article yesterday about Ducks color man Brian Hayward, basically defending him against accusations of blatant "homerism" by Kings fans.”
“Part of that is directly attributable to the homerism preference for CA wines out here.”
“Dibble, though, will turn his homerism into ruthless assaults on the team's poor quality of play when it offends him.”
“I always appreciated Mr. Weber’ s direct, objective style and never once minded his pro-Caps homerism, which he eloquently exuded without ever deriding opponents.”
“Simmons suffers from some of the most transparent homerism I can imagine.”
“Perhaps it's a bit of homerism on my part, but I can't see either of those bids surpassing Vancouver.”
“I like Simon, but he does work for the Whitecaps and one would think that there is a bit of homerism in his statement don't be offended Mr. Fudge.”
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