Petros’ hot/not hot streak ends

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Petros Papadakis, whose polarizing affect made him both the best and worst of the readers’ blog polls to determine the top and bottom sports-talk host as well as TV reporter/studio analyst, has again made it to the summit of the poll we’ve been running to determine your favorite TV game analyst (linked here)

But he’s not quite the unfavorite.

Papadakis, who does USC or UCLA football for Prime Ticket when he’s not on a FSN network contest, had 84 of the 272 votes as of Thursday night (31 percent) to lead the way for the favorites. Don McLean, who does UCLA radio and TV work, was second with 48 votes (24 percent). Our top choice, Jim Fox on the Kings’ TV, was third with 48 votes (18 percent).

On the no-go list, it’s the anti-King, Ducks analyst Brian Hayward, who drew the stink eye with 33 of the 145 votes so far (23 percent), just more than Papadakis (23 votes, 16 percent) and our worst, Steve Lyons on the Dodgers’ TV, who had 15 votes (10 percent).

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