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ESPN (tv network)

ESPN (tv network)
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

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  • FAU coach Mike Jarvis: "The defense has been awful"

     
    Who would have expected that the FAU women???s hoops team would be off to a better start than the men? The lady Owls are 7-6 and 2-0 in the Sun Belt and play Louisiana-Monroe (4-11, 2-0) WEDNESDAY at The...
  • Tebow's triumphant TD triggers $250,000 bonus, shatters Twitter record

     
    Tim Tebow had another reason to get down on one knee and give thanks after The Broncos??? wild playoff win over the Steelers on Sunday. His winning touchdown pass in overtime reportedly triggered a $250,000 bonus. According to ESPN, Tebow???s...

    Cutting-edge TV? Reyes to shed his hair on MLB Network

     
    ESPN had LeBron and The Decision. Now the MLB Network hopes to captivate a national audience by featuring another Miami-bound free-agent acquisition in The Haircut. The all-baseball, all-the-time network obviously has a lot of airtime to fill during the.....

    FAU coach Mike Jarvis: 'I will be back'; DT takes a hit

     
    His contract has yet to be renewed, but FAU coach Mike Jarivs said on his radio show last night that he will be back next year. "I have every intention of being back. Who needs a contract? I will...

    Join Mike Mayo for Debate 3 watch party in Sunrise

     
    I've watched plenty of political debates through the years, but never one that kept me at the edge of my seat as much as last night's Obama-Romney Round 2. If C-SPAN did the Instant Classic thing like ESPN, this one...