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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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  • Fan-friendly guide to new College Football Playoff

    Fan-friendly guide to new College Football Playoff
    Virginia Tech entered the 2005 ACC championship game against Florida State 10-1 and ranked fifth nationally. An Orange Bowl bid and potential matchup with Penn State seemed inevitable.
  • Comcast Adding SEC Network In August

    ESPN announced Friday that Comcast Cable has agreed to distribute the SEC Network, which carries Southeastern Conference sporting events. Comcast customers will get access to the live content on the SEC Network's and Comcast's digital platforms beginning...

    PHILLIES RETURN HOME AS LEE RETURNS FROM INJURY

    PHILLIES RETURN HOME AS LEE RETURNS FROM INJURY
    In their first home appearance since the All-Star break, the Phillies will host the San Francisco Giants tonight (7 p.m., CSN). More importantly, left-hander Cliff Lee will be making his first start for the Phils since May 18, when he suffered a...

    ESPN ranks UCF vs. Louisville among top 25 games of 2013

    ESPN ranks UCF vs. Louisville among top 25 games of 2013
    Remember that time UCF football ruined Louisville's dream of a perfect season and bid for the national championship? Sure you do and so does ESPN.  ESPN ranked the Knights' memorable comeback 38-35 win over then No. 8 ranked Louisville among the top...

    Favre won't worry about Lambeau boos

    Favre won't worry about Lambeau boos
    ESPN.com reports: Brett Favre told ESPN 1000 in Chicago that he's not worried that Green Bay Packers fans will boo him when he returns to Lambeau, despite previous claims. See more at espn.com.