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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

Top ESPN Articles

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  • Speak Out

    The female sports reporter on ESPN who berated the towing company clerk should not lose her job. If every move or act during our day was recorded and viewed on TV, a lot of people would lose a job. We all make stupid mistakes. I've heard people who say...
  • Penn State part of ESPN's prime-time Big Ten football schedule

    ESPN on Thursday announced seven prime-time 2015 football games involving Big Ten teams, including Penn State. The Lions will visit Ohio State for an 8 p.m. kickoff Oct. 17 at Ohio Stadium. The game marks the fourth consecutive year the teams will...
  • ESPN to feature seven Big Ten games in prime-time

    ESPN to feature seven Big Ten games in prime-time
    ESPN's prime-time Big Ten college football schedule will feature a heavy dose of Scarlett and Gray. The network released its Big Ten television schedule Thursday and defending national champion Ohio State highlights three national telecasts this season....
  • Jameis Winston on crab legs incident: 'I just got them for free'

    Jameis Winston on crab legs incident: 'I just got them for free'
    Jameis Winston didn't actually steal crab legs during an infamous incident last year. At least that's what he implied during a segment recorded back in February for ESPN's "Draft Academy." Instead, he told Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh on the show, the...
  • At a Glance: Internet TV options

    How other providers stack up against Verizon's new FiOS Custom TV AMAZON Monthly price: $8.25 (only through $99-a-year Amazon Prime subscription) Live offering: None On demand: Apart from original shows such as "Transparent," offerings tend to be past...
  • Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood

    Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood
    It seems people are not big fans of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry right now and they are making it known. McHenry was suspended Thursday after a video surfaced of her berating and belittling a female employee of Advanced Towing in Arlington, Va. She was...
  • Jameis Winston says stolen crab legs were given to him for free

    Jameis Winston says stolen crab legs were given to him for free
    Jameis Winston admitted to a possible NCAA violation -- albeit minor -- stating during an ESPN interview he received free food from a Tallahassee grocery store.   The former FSU quarterback made headlines in April 2014 when he was cited for stealing...
  • FSU investigating whether Jameis Winston committed NCAA violation by accepting free crab legs

    FSU investigating whether Jameis Winston committed NCAA violation by accepting free crab legs
    FSU coach Jimbo Fisher says Jameis Winston receiving free food from a Tallahassee supermarket was an isolated incident. Winston, a former Florida State Heisman winning quarterback who was cited for stealing seafood at a Publix near campus last April,...
  • Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff

    Big Ten, Big East matchups set for Gavitt Tipoff
    The Big East and Big Ten conferences announced matchups on Wednesday for the inaugural Gavitt Tipoff games next season. Illinois will play at Providence on Nov. 18, the first meeting since the 2003-04 season. DePaul heads to Penn State on Nov. 17 with a...
  • Miami Dolphins reach deal with veteran WR Greg Jennings

    Greg Jennings will sign with the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Herald has confirmed, seemingly erasing the team's No. 1 need just a week shy of the draft. The deal, first reported by Fox Sports, is for two years and $8 million, according to ESPN. Jennings,...
  • Weekly champ: Bill Silliman; chump: Britt McHenry

    Champ Bill Silliman: The president of Silliman Homes CitySide, a luxury home builder, he broke ground this week on the "House of Hugs." A four-bedroom custom home, it'll be built in Orlando's Orwin Manor neighborhood, then sold with the proceeds going...