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    The Best Of Pride Fighting Championships

    The Best Of Pride Fighting Championships

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    Zuffa
    This new series will enable fight fans to relive their favorite bouts from PRIDE. Hosted by Kenda Perez, the show will feature archival footage from the defunct MMA promotion and its vast array of fighters. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, Takanori Gomi, Mirko Cro Cop, they're all here!moreless
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    NFL PrimeTime

    NFL PrimeTime

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    ESPN
    With too many games airing every Sunday to watch, NFL PrimeTime condenses all of the action into a one-hour program. Trey Wingo hosts and Merril Hoge and Trent Dilfer provide the analysis on NFL PrimeTime, recapping all of the action from the previous week in football.moreless
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    AT&T Cotton Bowl

    AT&T Cotton Bowl

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    FOX Sports
    FOX Sports and the 2008 Bowl Championship Series bring you the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl, and the Allstate National Championship Game - the final acts of arguably the most competitive, exciting and unpredictable college football season in recent memory. Also available are the prestigious AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic and the exciting Best of Bowl Bash highlights package. Download the Season Pass and relive every moment of the full-length bowl games--including extended coverage of post-game celebrations and trophy presentations--as well as the Best of Bowl Bash highlights and the unforgettable game already coined as a classic: the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.moreless
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    FOX College Football

    FOX College Football

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    FOX
    Fox College Football broadcasts games from the Pacific 12 Conference, Big 12 Conference, and Conference USA. Also shown are post-season games. FOX will air both prime-time Saturday contests as well as occasional doubleheaders.
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    Note: All rankings on this guide are from the Associated Press (AP) Poll. moreless
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    Outside the Lines

    Outside the Lines

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    ESPN2
    Wake up with ESPN's Sunday morning newsmagazine show that covers all things sports-related. Boy Ley and Jeremy Schaap host various guests on this diverse program.
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    Thursday Night Football

    Thursday Night Football

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    NFL - National Football League
    In addition to the traditional Sunday and Monday games, this 8-part package features football games from early November to December on Thursday nights. Beginning with the 2012 season, the Network aired 13 Thursday night games and beginning in 2014, the telecasts were aired jointly by the NFL Network and CBS.moreless
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    Inside The NFL

    Inside The NFL

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    Showtime
    Inside the NFL is one of the longest running, Emmy award winning sports shows on cable television today. Each episode has some of the most exciting player profiles, interviews and footage as well as expert comentary from past players from around the NFL. Current hosts include James Brown, Cris Collinsworth, Phil Simms and Warren Sapp who provide the in depth coverage that fans have come to expect since the shows long history. Inside the NFL began in 1977 with its original hosts, Al Meltzer and Chuck Bednarik, but is wasn't until 1979 that the show started to take form, with the hosts that would be on the show for the next 22 seasons, being Len Dawson and Nick Bounichonti. In 1990, Cris Collinsworth joined the cast of the show, and the three-man setup was there for 5 more seasons until they added some others to fill that 4th spot, whether it was Jimmy Johnson for his lone season in 1996, or Jerry Glanville, who was there from 1997 to 2001. In 2000, Dan Marino joined the cast after retiring from 17 years in the NFL, and was immediately a fan favorite. After the 2001 season and the shows 25th season, Len Dawson, Nick Bounichonti, and Jerry Glanville left the show because in Len and Nick's case, they were getting too old and Cris Collinsworth took the lead host role. In 2002, Bob Costas and Cris Carter came on the show, and joined Cris Collinsworth and Dan Marino. That foursome went from 2002-2007, ending with what was supposed to be the last ever episode of Inside the NFL, on February 6th 2008. Then for the 2008 NFL Season, Inside the NFL was picked up by Showtime, and the current cast for that show is James Brown, Phil Simms, Cris Collinsworth, and Warren Sapp. Historical segments from the show included the Cover Story, Where are They Now, NFL Crosstalk, Teeing Off, and now there are segments called Grab Bag, King for a Day, Phil's Pet Peeves, and Ask Warren Anything. Inside the NFL is now going into it's 33rd season and it now the longest running sports show on TV, and the second longest non-soap oprea show TV only behind The Price is Right.moreless
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    NHL Stanley Cup Finals

    NHL Stanley Cup Finals

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    CBC
    Hockey Night In Canada has been a national institution in Canada since 1952, when Foster Hewitt's familiar "Hello, Canada!" ushered hockey fans into the era of television. The first NHL game to be televised on Canadian Broadcasting Company was a game in Montreal on Oct. 11, 1952 and the first Finals in 1953, which were broadcast in French on CBC Radio-Canada only in Quebec, perhaps only in the Montreal area. Rene Lecavalier was the play-by-play man and only the three games in Montreal were televised. English language telecasts began in 1954 with Danny Gallivan at the microphone. Danny was followed by Bill Hewitt and Bob Cole were the primary play-by-play announcers through the 2008 Finals. Beginning in 2009, Jim Hughson took over the play-by-play duties with Craig Simpson alongside for color commentary.

    The Finals telecasts have been hosted by Ron McLean since 1987. He also hosts the popular Coach's Corner with the outspoken Don Cherry.moreless
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    NFL GameDay

    NFL GameDay

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    NFL - National Football League
    This Sunday football roundup show will provide unlimited access to all the highlights, scores, interviews and analysis from the NFL games played over the weekend. Superstar ex-Cowboy Deion Sanders and ex-49er coach Steve Mariucci will join host Rich Eisen to give fans a thorough and insightful analysis of all the weekend's games from their high-tech LA-based studio. Viewers will be treated to post-game press conferences, interviews from the field and locker room, exclusive audio captured throughout the day, plus all the key highlights, as well as team and individual (fantasy) statistics.moreless
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    Allstate Sugar Bowl

    Allstate Sugar Bowl

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    FOX Sports
    FOX Sports and the 2008 Bowl Championship Series bring you the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl, and the Allstate National Championship Game - the final acts of arguably the most competitive, exciting and unpredictable college football season in recent memory. Also available are the prestigious AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic and the exciting Best of Bowl Bash highlights package. Download the Season Pass and relive every moment of the full-length bowl games--including extended coverage of post-game celebrations and trophy presentations--as well as the Best of Bowl Bash highlights and the unforgettable game already coined as a classic: the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.moreless
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    Football Night in America

    Football Night in America

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    NBC
    Football Night in America began in the 2006 season in conjunction with NBC winning the rights to Sunday Night Football away from ESPN. Each Sunday at 7 pm ET, the team presents highlights and analysis of Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game, which starts around 8:20 ET. They also discuss what is going on in the world of the NFL. The show also includes interviews with players and coaches involved in the Sunday Night game and an in-depth report on one of the key afternoon games.

    The show is followed by Sunday Night Football and, during halftime, a brief analysis of the first half, abbreviated highlights of the earlier games and an essay by Bob Costas are presented. There is a post-game segment which includes player interviews, game analysis, an NFL injury update and closing thoughts and a preview of the next Sunday Night game from the broadcast booth.moreless
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    Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team

    Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team

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    CMT - Country Music Television
    They have become known as America's Sweethearts, but many know them simply as the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. CMT brings you the inside story of the selection process for the team: a behind the scenes look at what the casual observer would never get the chance to see. A four month process that begins in April and ends in August. To many, it may seem like those involved in the selection process are just looking for pretty faces to scatter around the sidelines, but this simply is not the case. The director of the team, Kelli Finglass, is the heart and soul of the entire organization. Being a former DCC herself, she knows how tough it can be in the girls' shoes and knows the incredible stress the girls must endure throughout the entire process. The girls must excel in a range of categories: athleticism, dance, football knowledge, personality, and over all style. CMT takes you through the entire, grueling, four month process where some dreams will come true, while others are shattered.moreless
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    WNBA Basketball

    WNBA Basketball

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    Each game will air Tuesday night, showcasing the 13th season of the WNBA accompanies by analysts Nancy Lieberman, Carolyn Peck, Terry Gannon, Dave Pasch and Pam Ward.
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    Orange Bowl

    Orange Bowl

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    FOX Sports
    The Discover Orange Bowl is one of the oldest college football bowl games in existence having been played annually since 1935. It is a member of the prestigious Bowl Championship Series collection of bowl games along with the Rose, Fiesta and Sugar Bowls. Played in Miami, Florida, the Discover Orange Bowl is the guaranteed destination of the ACC champion unless they are playing in the national championship game. Historically, the Orange Bowl was known for hosting the Big Eight champions until the birth of the BCS. Oklahoma (18) and Nebraska (17) are the overall leaders in appearances in the Orange Bowl game as a result. In 1989, FedEx become the official sponsor of the Orange Bowl. However, the 2011 game was the first Discover Orange Bowl as Discover Card has become the new sponsor. Stanford University defeated Virginia Tech University in that game. Be sure to catch the next exciting chapter in the history of the Discover Orange Bowl in January 2012!moreless
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    Soccer Aid

    Soccer Aid

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    ITV (Returning 2016)
    This is a British show presented by Ant and Dec in which two celebrity football teams are picked to compete against each other for charity: 'England' vs. 'The Rest of The World'. The two teams get professional footballers and coaches to help them play the final match live on television. All money raised from the show goes to UNICEF.moreless
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    The Captain and Casey Show

    The Captain and Casey Show

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    Fuel TV
    Get all the inside scoop on the latest news in the skateboarding world from these two off-the-wall sportscasters.
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    X Games

    X Games

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    ESPN
    X Games 11 is being held at various venues in Los Angeles, California from August 4-7.
    The top athletes and newest up-and-comers will highlight their skill and daring in this extreme sports contest that brings competition to a whole new level. Events include BMX Freestyle Vert, Moto X, Skateboard Street and Vert competitions for both men and women, SuperMoto X, Wakeboarding, and Surfing.
    The X Games concept was conceived in 1993 by EPSN through a desire to host a gathering of the top action athletes, showcasing unique and daring sports for an audience that was craving something different. The first event, called The Extreme Games, was held in Rhode Island in 1995. The turn out from spectators and sponsors was so strong that ESPN decided to launch another Extreme Games the following summer and scrapped plans for holding the event every two years. In 1996 the name was officially changed to the X Games and plans for a winter installment were announced.
    Now, almost ten years later the X Games has grown into an international event with spectators and participants from around the globe.moreless
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    World Extreme Cagefighting

    World Extreme Cagefighting

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    HDNet (ended 2010)
    World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC), formed in 2001, and shown on HDNet until event 28, is the sister promotion to the UFC and currently airs live on Versus. The company was purchased by Zuffa in 2006 who made several changes - The pentagon ring was dropped as well as the heavyweight and super-heavyweight divisions, concentrating solely on the lighter weight divisions - light, feather and bantam.moreless
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    French Open

    French Open

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    ESPN2
    The French Open is one of four annual Grand Slam tournaments in tennis, and has been covered on ESPN2 since the 1990's and on Tennis Channel since 2005. Each tournament runs for two weeks every year with commentators John McEnroe, Ian Eagle and Ted Robinson.moreless
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    Big Ten Network Football

    Big Ten Network Football

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    Big Ten Network
    Big Ten Network is the first television channel launched exclusively for one college football conference and they will show around 40 games a year from September to December. The Network itself was launched on August 30, 2007.moreless
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