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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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  • Keith Olbermann suspended after Penn State comments

    Keith Olbermann suspended after Penn State comments
    BRISTOL, Conn. — Keith Olbermann was taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after making insulting comments about Penn State students on Twitter. On Monday, a Penn State alum tweeted to Olbermann the phrase “We Are!” and a...
  • On The Air Wednesday

    BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: UConn at East Carolina. ESPNU; Radio: 1080 7 p.m.: VCU at Richmond. ESPN2 7 p.m.: Virginia at Wake Forest. NESN 7 p.m.: St. Joseph's at UMass. SNY 7:30 p.m.: Central Florida at Cincinnati. CBSSN 7:30 p.m.: Knicks at Celtics. CSN,...
  • Recruiting Sixth-Grade Football Players? Too Soon

    Recruiting Sixth-Grade Football Players? Too Soon
    For years now, Craig Bryden of Enfield has been unafraid, even eager, to share his son Daron's quarterback skills with the world. The Huffington Post posted a trick shot video of Daron in February 2011 that already had been broadcast on ESPN. Daron...
  • Keith Olbermann's Penn State Comments Result In Suspension By ESPN

    Keith Olbermann's Penn State Comments Result In Suspension By ESPN
    BRISTOL — Keith Olbermann was taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after making insulting comments about Penn State students on Twitter. On Monday, a Penn State alum tweeted to Olbermann the phrase "We Are!" and a link to an article...
  • ESPN's Olbermann suspended after referring to Penn State students as 'pitiful'

     
    ESPN suspended host Keith Olbermann on Tuesday for "completely inappropriate" tweets regarding Penn State....
  • Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon

    Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
    Mark Dixon will be working double duty this spring. In addition to serving as an analyst for ESPN, the former Johns Hopkins midfielder will also help cover games for the Big Ten Network. Dixon’s first next game of the season will be March 7 when...
  • Alabama safety Landon Collins may be worth a deep look from Bears

    Alabama safety Landon Collins may be worth a deep look from Bears
    Since high school, Alabama safety Landon Collins has subscribed to a motivational ritual, visiting YouTube on the night before every game. Search term: Sean Taylor. Up pop the highlights, and up spikes Collins' adrenaline. "I watch 30-minute videos....
  • Nose tackle class presents draft options for Bears

    Nose tackle class presents draft options for Bears
    As Bears general manager Ryan Pace gauges the team’s needs and matches them with the strengths and weaknesses of the free-agent and draft classes, a relatively deep group of college nose tackles offers the Bears a bit of flexibility in building...
  • Ravens, Orioles earn high marks for analytics use

    Ravens, Orioles earn high marks for analytics use
    Both the Ravens and Orioles were praised for their belief in sports analytics by an ESPN survey that rated all four major sports leagues on their commitment to statistical analysis. The Ravens were one of nine NFL teams rated as "believers," the second-...
  • Top 7 teams, led by Kentucky, still entrenched in AP Top 25

    Kentucky is No. 1 in the latest Associated Press Top 25, extending its season-long streak at the top of the rankings. The Wildcats are not the only team locked into place. For the sixth straight week, the same teams held the top seven spots in the poll,...
  • College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade

    College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade
    There is a lesson to be learned following reports several conferences are exploring the option of restoring freshman ineligibility, barring first-year athletes from playing. And you don't have to have a college degree to see what it is. It all began...