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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

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  • Sports journalism owes Bill Simmons an emotional debt

    Sports journalism owes Bill Simmons an emotional debt
    I was in college when I first heard of Bill Simmons. I was blogging about Notre Dame football for the university, and I made up for my lack of in-depth sports knowledge by channeling the emotions that charge a sporting event. A co-worker in the athletic...
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  • NASCAR great Rusty Wallace plans return to racing at X Games

    Aside from participating in an occasional test session, when Rusty Wallace stepped away from his NASCAR career at the end of the 2005 season, he left competitive racing behind. Nearly a decade later, however, he has decided to get back behind the wheel....
  • Part one of Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon

    Part one of Q&A with ESPN men's lacrosse analyst Mark Dixon
    Mark Dixon was part of ESPN’s coverage of first-round action in the NCAA tournament, providing analysis for No. 3 seed North Carolina’s 19-12 throttling of Colgate on Sunday. Here is Part One of a conversation with the former Johns Hopkins...
  • Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium

    Baseballs are flying out at Dodger Stadium
    Dodger Stadium has suddenly turned into Colorado's Coors Field, or so it seems. What has long been considered a pitcher-friendly ballpark, one credited for enhancing the earned-run averages of everyone from Sandy Koufax to Orel Hershiser, is already the...
  • Texas high court denies appeal in Mike Leach firing lawsuit

    The Texas Supreme Court has denied former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach's appeal in a lawsuit over his firing. Texas Tech dismissed Leach in 2009 amid accusations he mistreated a player suffering a concussion. That player was the son of Craig...
  • Leonard Williams signs contract with New York Jets

    Leonard Williams signs contract with New York Jets
    Three seasons of hard work at USC paid off for Leonard Williams on Friday. The former Trojans defensive lineman signed a contract with the New York Jets after his first rookie-camp practice with the team. The deal is worth $18.6 million over four...
  • ESPN, Bill Simmons part ways

    ESPN says that it is parting ways with Bill Simmons, one of its top personalities who created the Grantland website and was instrumental in the network's documentary series. Network president John Skipper said Friday that he decided not to renew Simmons'...
  • Jaguars rookie Fowler injures knee, likely out for season

    Dante Fowler Jr. didn't miss a game in three years of college. The former Florida star likely will miss his entire rookie year in the NFL. The Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end, the third overall pick in last week's NFL draft, is likely out for the...
  • Injured point guards major impact in East, West semifinals

    John Wall hopes to test his broken left hand and wrist by trying to dribble a basketball. "You have to be able to dribble," the Wizards' All-Star guard said Friday. "It's basically taping my hand behind my back and saying dribble with one hand. It's...
  • Real Salt Lake at Fire

     Real Salt Lake at Fire
    TV/radio: 2 p.m. Saturday; CSN, ESPN Deportes, FM-97.5 (Spanish). Records: Fire 3-4-0, 9 points; Salt Lake 2-2-5, 11. Storylines: The Fire look to rebound from Sunday's 1-0 loss at Sporting Kansas City. They'll be without forward David Accam,...