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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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  • Nikita Kucherov good to go for Lightning, goalie Ben Bishop starts again

    Nikita Kucherov good to go for Lightning, goalie Ben Bishop starts again
    Describing the status of Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov before Game 6, coach Jon Cooper reverted to football lingo. "I'll go probable," Cooper said. He was listed at full-go shortly before the puck dropped for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final at the...
  • Want to fight campus crime? Stop cheering for criminals

    Want to fight campus crime? Stop cheering for criminals
    Chris Rainey will never be known as a great philosopher, but he spoke an eternal truth on Sunday. "We did feel like the S word," he said on ESPN's "Outside the Lines." The word was not appropriate for cable TV, so let's go with another S —...
  • ESPN's Sean Harrington to conduct area basketball camps

    ESPN's Sean Harrington to conduct area basketball camps
    Former University of Illinois player and current ESPN analyst Sean Harrington will conduct basketball camps through the Bartlett Park District at the Bartlett Rec Center from June 22-26. He will also hold The Players Camp on July 25 and 26 at Benet,...
  • NBA Finals Game 5 draws best rating since 2004

    The NBA Finals' Game 5 has drawn its highest television rating in more than a decade. The Golden State Warriors' 104-91 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night to take a 3-2 series lead averaged an 11.6 rating on ABC. That's the best since the...
  • UF had most athletes linked to crimes during ESPN investigation

    UF had most athletes linked to crimes during ESPN investigation
    UF football and basketball players have had more brushes with the law than the athletes at nine other major universities highlighted in a report by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines.” Florida athletes also appear to be treated more leniently...
  • U.S. women's soccer team still has a long way to go on equality scale

    U.S. women's soccer team still has a long way to go on equality scale
    The Women's World Cup has only been kicking around for a week, yet it seems all the requirements for a major American female sports competition have already been fulfilled. Sexist comment by a national sports commentator? Check. Athletes negatively...
  • FSU among schools where athletes reportedly treated more leniently

    FSU among schools where athletes reportedly treated more leniently
    FSU athletes appear to be treated more leniently by local law enforcement than the average college-aged student in Tallahassee, according to a report from ESPN. ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” requested public records from 2009-14 to...
  • Adrian Peterson's wife opens up about husband's return to Vikings

    Redeemed Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was back in his Texas hometown over the weekend, and his wife had a lot to say about her husband's legal troubles and her feelings about him ultimately deciding to return to Minnesota. Saturday was the...
  • Hope Solo domestic violence controversy a 'witch hunt,' husband says

    Hope Solo domestic violence controversy a 'witch hunt,' husband says
    As the U.S. women's national soccer team competes in Canada in the Women's World Cup, each time goalkeeper Hope Solo's name is invoked the words "domestic violence" inevitably follow. "It is a witch hunt, you can put that in the paper," Jerramy...
  • US soccer defends Hope Solo decisions in letter to senator

    US soccer defends Hope Solo decisions in letter to senator
    WINNIPEG, Manitoba — The head of U.S. Soccer defended the federation's handling of goalkeeper Hope Solo's domestic assault case in a letter to U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Friday night. Solo was charged with two misdemeanor counts of fourth-...
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