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ESPN

ESPN
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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  • NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown

    NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown
    The Albany Regional has two games Saturday with the championship game Monday night. The winner goes to the Final Four. A quick trip around the region: No. 5 Texas (24-10) vs. No. 1 UConn (34-1) Time/TV: noon, ESPN • This is the first appearance...
  • Tirade or not, Bill Belichick might have reason to be upset with NFL

    Tirade or not, Bill Belichick might have reason to be upset with NFL
    Bill Belichick is displeased that NFL owners have once again rejected his suggestion of adding fixed cameras to improve replay reviews. Just how the New England Patriots coach expressed that displeasure isn't quite clear. In a widely cited report, ESPN'...
  • McDonald's All American Games showcase the best of the best

    McDonald's All American Games showcase the best of the best
    Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Shaquille O’Neal and LeBron James are among the best players to ever shoot a basketball. But before they were record-setting NBA giants, they were all players in the McDonald’s All American Games. The games...
  • ESPN NFL draft analyst projects Breshad Perriman to land with Kansas City

    ESPN NFL draft analyst projects Breshad Perriman to land with Kansas City
    If he wasn't already before, Breshad Perriman should be a first-round NFL Draft lock. Most NFL draft experts already projected the former 6-foot-3 UCF receiver to go late in the first round anyway but his head-turning 4.2 at Pro Day, held at UCF...
  • Forbes says the Orioles are worth $1 billion, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can spend more

    Forbes says the Orioles are worth $1 billion, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can spend more
    Though people often like to say baseball is dying, the attendance figures and mega-cable deals, as ESPN's Darren Rovell recently pointed out, say otherwise. To that end, Forbes recently announced its valuations of the teams in Major League Baseball, and...
  • Falcons reportedly informed about pending 'severe' penalties

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. The Falcons were caught off guard when they were informed at the owners' meeting that their punishment for the noise gate investigation would be "severe." The team was not expecting to receive an update at the meeting and were not...
  • Women's NCAA Tournament attendance up in some locations

    Steps taken by the NCAA to address the ongoing attendance concern at the women's NCAA Tournament are working, at least in some places. Buoyed by two moves in particular — to once again have top teams host first and second-round games and scheduling...
  • Casey Cochran Calls A Good Game, But On Other Side Of Microphone

    Casey Cochran  Calls A Good Game, But On Other Side Of Microphone
    STORRS — People who know Casey Cochran or have a decent understanding of what he's about will tell you that he probably can do anything he wants in life. He's well-rounded, talented, smart — qualities that can lead to success. He was all-...
  • Police Say Man Harassed Family Of Former ESPN Anchor

    Police Say Man Harassed Family Of Former ESPN Anchor
    WEST HARTFORD — A disagreement between parents of children attending Smith School resulted in one parent being arrested and banished from school property. Edward Cooper, 42, of 120 Richard St., was arrested Feb. 23 and charged with second-degree...
  • Bobby Hurley agrees to new contract at Buffalo: report

    Bobby Hurley agrees to new contract at Buffalo: report
    BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Bobby Hurley has agreed to a new contract with the University at Buffalo that will make him the Mid-American Conference's highest paid men's basketball coach, a person familiar with negotiations told The Associated Press on Wednesday....
  • Brock Lesnar chooses WWE over a return to UFC

    Brock Lesnar chooses WWE over a return to UFC
    Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar said during an interview with ESPN on Tuesday that he will not return to mixed-martial arts competition and will now perform exclusively for World Wrestling Entertainment. “I think the older you get the...