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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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  • NFL asks Michael Sam, Richie Incognito same question: Can you play?

    NFL asks Michael Sam, Richie Incognito same question: Can you play?
    Some people confuse NFL games with morality plays. In their world, the NFL should punish players who punch and batter women, kill dogs, or are louts with obvious anger management issues. And it should reward the Good Guys who do missionary work and...
  • The football story of Michael Sam

    The football story of Michael Sam
    It's a football story playing out Thursday night in Sun Life Stadium, just another football story of a player trying to make his NFL team at a time dozens of players try to do the same across the league. The story isn't about whether Michael Sam showers...
  • No catch phrases for Fowler as new voice of college football

    No catch phrases for Fowler as new voice of college football
    Chris Fowler walks into some big shoes this year as the new lead play-by-play man for college football on ESPN. And since the network will air the new playoff format, including the title game, that makes him ostensibly the new voice of college football....
  • GameScout: UCLA at Virginia

    The Sports Xchange GameScout: UCLA at Virginia No. 7 UCLA at Virginia KICKOFF: Saturday, noon ET GAMEDATE: 8/30/14 SITE: Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Virginia TV: ESPN SERIES: First meeting KEYS TO THE GAME When quarterback Brett Hundley...
  • Kelly, even more than Cooper, should be grateful for Michael Vick

    Kelly, even more than Cooper, should be grateful for Michael Vick
    In the wake of details former Eagles quarterback Michael Vick recently shared with ESPN's Ian O'Connor about the immediate aftermath of Riley Cooper's racial slur going viral last summer, you have to think the real winner in all this was not Cooper, but...
  • Keith Olbermann returning to 'SportsCenter'

    Keith Olbermann returning to 'SportsCenter'
    After all these years, Keith Olbermann is returning to anchor “SportsCenter.” It won’t be on a full-time basis. But ESPN announced Tuesday night that with his show “Olbermann” moving to 4 p.m. Chicago time on ESPN2 on Sept....
  • Young black professionals come back to Akron for back-to-school drive

    Steve King came home. So did his boyhood friend, Eric Fletcher. Their return to Akron didn't bring ESPN cameras or gushing broadcasters. There was no Twitter frenzy or billboards. There were, however, tons of hugs for the two former Akron men, who...
  • Kirk Herbstreit offers high praise for NIU football

     Kirk Herbstreit offers high praise for NIU football
    Kirk Herbstreit touched a sensitive nerve in the Northern Illinois and Mid-American Conference football community two seasons ago when he ranted on ESPN that the 12-1 Huskies did not deserve a chance to play in the Orange Bowl against Florida State....
  • UConn Will Have Tough Task In Containing BYU QB Taysom Hill

    STORRS — The UConn defense is going to have a chore slowing the BYU offense, which uses the slogan, "go-fast, go-hard." But the Huskies will have no chance if they don't stop junior quarterback Taysom Hill. ESPN analyst Mack Brown saw it first-hand...
  • 'Canes hoops team announces ACC schedule

    'Canes hoops team announces ACC schedule
    With plenty of talented newcomers on the roster, expectations are high for Miami’s basketball team. And now the Hurricanes know when they’ll face some of their biggest tests. The ACC released its conference schedule on Wednesday and...
  • Bishop Moore's Parker Boudreaux makes ESPN list of 5 non-skill position players to watch

     Bishop Moore's Parker Boudreaux makes ESPN list of 5 non-skill position players to watch
    ESPN listed Bishop Moore OT Parker Boudreaux as one of five non-skill position players to watch in the 2016 recruiting class Wednesday. The 6-foot-4, 283-pound junior has 38 college offers. He also impressed at a NIKE football training camp earlier this...