ESPN25: Who's #1?

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Monday 12:00 AM on ESPN Premiered Jun 01, 2004 In Season

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ESPN25: Who's #1?

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ESPN25: Who's #1? was designed to glitz up the 25th anniversary of a network that permanently altered sports journalism and sports in general. Their mission was to present, in crude cinema verité form, the good, bad, and ugly that have left its fingerprints in the sporting community since ESPN debuted September 7, 1979.

All the lists are limited to ESPN's first quarter-century and thus are frozen in place.
Mike Greenberg

Mike Greenberg

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Mike Golic

Mike Golic

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Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

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Trey Wingo

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