No guy on ESPN would even think of doing anything but tie and jacket except Wilbon who gets away with $500 sweaters and $3000 sports jackets.
ESPN obviously has a strict, and I mean very strict, dressing code for men. T has said repeatedly on the air that he believes that when men come to business they should dress like it. ESPN obviously believes the same. Hannah fell far below the standard in the poorest of taste. That she is a grown woman makes her dress indefensible; Tony said so, but not his bosses. How come?
Clearly, ESPN sells sex; everybody on TV does. The next time the bosses at ESPN have a women on who is not a complete babe (except for those few who have earned their bones as credible sports commentators over a considerable period of time) will be the first. I'm fine with that, well, not really (I prefer my sports and appeals to my purient interests on different plates, thank you), but I don't count.
Hannah on the other hand took this selling sex thing to a whole other level and it wasn't a higher one. Tony said so on a local radio show. BFD. The bosses were wrong and called out the wrong employee, imo.