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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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  • Report: Cowboys plan to keep Garrett

    The Sports Xchange Report: Cowboys plan to keep Garrett Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett's job appears safe, ESPN reported Sunday. Garrett is in the final year of his contract and the team has finished 8-8 the past three seasons. The Cowboys, who...
  • Report: Raiders owner plans overhaul

    The Sports Xchange Report: Raiders owner plans overhaul Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis plans to make major changes to the team, according to ESPN. Those plans include spending lots of money and overhauling the organization in an attempt to build a...
  • NFL roundup: Texans QB Fitzpatrick suffers leg injury

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Texans QB Fitzpatrick suffers leg injury Houston Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was carted off the field in the first half of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts with what was called a fractured left leg...
  • Vikings' Adrian Peterson may retire, try out for Olympics

    Vikings' Adrian Peterson may retire, try out for Olympics
    Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson, facing suspension from the NFL for the rest of the season after being charged with beating his son, said on Saturday he was considering retirement from professional football. Peterson, who said he may...
  • 'Something very special' about Army-Navy

    'Something very special' about Army-Navy
    As he opened the broadcast of ESPN's College GameDay on Saturday morning from the Inner Harbor, ESPN's Chris Fowler said, "All of us are so proud to be here." The popular Saturday morning television show, launched in 1987 and hosted by Desmond Howard,...
  • Build for Army-Navy begins with ESPN's 'College GameDay' at Inner Harbor

    Build for Army-Navy begins with ESPN's 'College GameDay' at Inner Harbor
    The buildup to the 115th Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium got an early start at the Inner Harbor this morning. ESPN’s College GameDay came to Maryland for the first time and more than a thousand screaming Mids, Cadets and college football fans...
  • Lakers will be back 'on top' in five years, Jim Buss says

    Lakers will be back 'on top' in five years, Jim Buss says
    Lakers owner and Executive Vice President Jim Buss is confident the Lakers are on the right path back to success. Where does he see the Lakers in five years? “On top,” Buss told ESPN in a joint interview conducted in November with his...
  • Report: Falcons' Julio Jones out vs. Steelers

    The Sports Xchange Report: Falcons' Julio Jones out vs. Steelers Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones will miss Sunday's home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a hip injury, according to ESPN. Jones suffered the injury during last week's...
  • Football: The players to watch at CIF bowl games

    The matchups are set for this coming weekend's CIF state championship football bowl games at StubHub Center on Friday and Saturday. You never know which players on the field in a year's time you might be seeing on ESPN playing college football. Last...
  • Preview: Wichita State at Detroit

    Wichita State will try for its first road win of the season when it faces Detroit on Saturday afternoon. The 11th-ranked Shockers, who won their 22nd straight home game when they defeated previously unbeaten Seton Hall, 77-68, on Tuesday, are playing just...
  • Gil LeBreton: Time for college playoffs to go Hollywood and expand to eight

    In one of the great, unintentionally self-deprecating TV sports commercials of all time, actor Sean Astin reprised his role this autumn as Notre Dame walk-on Rudy Ruettiger to predict the coming of the College Football Playoff. You had to have seen it....