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    Sunday NFL Countdown

    Sunday NFL Countdown

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    Since 1985 ESPN has been on hand to kick off your Sunday afternoon and get you ready for a day of football. Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka, Keyshawn Johnson and Cris Carter all return to the desk.moreless
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    ESPY Awards

    ESPY Awards

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    Since 1993 ESPN has been honoring the best athletes with an award show of their very own. The ESPY Awards have a number of categories including "Best Game" and "Best Championship" and feature a celebrity host.moreless
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    City Slam

    City Slam

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    City Slam brings the sickest streetball dunkers and ballers into the world of prime time as they compete in the ultimate Slam Dunk and 3 Ball Championships. These playground legends and local heroes square off for cold, hard cash and ultimate bragging rights on the streets of New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Each city crowns its streetball king who then advances to compete for the national title. Who will become the first-ever City Slam champion? Hosted by former NBA dunk champion Dee Brown and judged by Damon Jones of the Miami Heat, Spud Webb, and guest judges such as Dominique Wilkins, Greg Anthony, and Michael Cooper, the competition is harsh and so is the criticism. There is nowhere to hide. Bring your A Game or go home.moreless
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    ESPN Fantasy Focus Video

    ESPN Fantasy Focus Video

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    ESPN Fantasy experts Matthew Berry and Nate Ravitz provide daily player previews, game overviews, injury reports and strategy.
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    L.A. SportsCenter

    L.A. SportsCenter

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    L.A. SportsCenter is currently the flagship show for ESPN. It runs up to a dozen times a day, giving game scores from the day and replaying any game highlights. It also offers sports commentary, previews, and feature stories. L.A. SportsCenter is broadcast from ESPN's studio located right across the street from the Staple's Center. The studio is basically in the Staples Center parking lot, offering the studio great visibility, as well as access to premiere sporting events and star athletes. L.A. SportsCenter has proved to be one of the most durable shows in television history. The first episode of SportsCenter aired in 1979 and it has been going strong ever since. In April of 2009, ESPN opened the west coast studio in the L.A. Live complex and began broadcasting L.A. SportsCenter. SportsCenter has been aired more times than anything other show in American history and has tens of thousands of original episodes.moreless
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    BCS Countdown

    BCS Countdown

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    ESPN's weekly BCS Countdown program – including the exclusive announcement of the weekly Bowl Championship Series standings -- includes in-depth analysis and discussion from the sport's preeminent analysts, potential impact of upcoming games, interviews with college football coaches and players and more.moreless
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    Tim Tebow: Everything in Between

    Tim Tebow: Everything in Between

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    This new documentary airing on ESPN focuses on the struggle of one of the greatest college football players of all-time trying to make the jump to the NFL. Everything in Between focuses on Tim Tebow's last NCAA game in the 2010 Sugar Bowl to draft night, when he was surprisingly selected with the 25th overall pick.moreless
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    I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final

    I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final

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    I Scored a Goal in the FIFA World Cup Final is a series of short films about memorable goals in the history of the World Cup finals told by the players themselves. ESPN interviews the 26 different players and has them go back to the stadium and talk about serious of events that led up to them scoring the decisive goal for their respective teams. Players ranging from Josef Masopust, who references what it was like to be an athlete under Czechoslovakia's communist regime and scored his country's only goal in its 1962 loss to Brazil, to Marco Materazzi, who tied up the 2006 World Cup Final for Italy with the help of a ray of light and his deceased mother, all tell heartfelt, intimate stories. Each man, in hist native tongue, relates what it was like to be a hero in the world's biggest game.moreless
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    FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

    FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

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    Every four years the greatest soccer players in the world come together for the World Cup. In 2014 the event takes place in Brazil.
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    Monday Night Countdown

    Monday Night Countdown

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    Host Chris Berman and NFL analysts Cris Carter, Mike Ditka, Tom Jackson, Keyshawn Johnson, and NFL "Insiders" Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter review Sunday's games, preview the Monday night matchup and give fans the latest league news. Stuart Scott, Matt Millen and Steve Young also contribute from the site of that night's game, along with reporter Suzy Kolber and Michele Tafoya.moreless
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    ESPNews

    ESPNews

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    ESPNews provides the latest sports news and scores 24/7 around the clock. The show features a new episode every half hour giving the sports fan the ultimate viewing experience. Anchors include Steve Bunin, John Buccigross, Jonathan Coachman and Robert Flores.moreless
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    Baseball Tonight

    Baseball Tonight

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    Baseball Tonight airs nightly throughout the baseball season, giving game highlights, expert analysis, and commentary on the day's events in Major League Baseball. Featured segments include Out of the Box, Web Gems, and Touch 'Em All. Presented in HDTV on ESPNHDmoreless
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    Playmakers

    Playmakers

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    It was the most talked about Sports show when it was airing because of its harsh and shocking "realism" of the National Football League behind the scenes. The only season of the show finished its season all the way to the end before the show was cancelled for its negitive view of Professional football. Drug deals, sex scandals, and even a little bit of football thrown into the mix makes for an exciting drama series from ESPN.

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    NFL Live

    NFL Live

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    NFL Live is a weekday hour-long show that talks about the latest news, trades, injuries and rumors in football. Trey Wingo has hosted the show from the beginning with former players and coaches rounding out the show as analysts.moreless
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    College Gameday

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    College Gameday previews some of the best games during the season and analyze teams that may be on upset alerts.
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    The Contender

    The Contender

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    From the producer of The Apprentice and Survivor comes a new unscripted series that will launch a competitive search for the next boxing superstar. The Contender will follow 16 aspiring boxers from training camp through an evolving series of ring challenges and boxing matches over 16 episodes. For the first eight episodes, the winner of the fight-of-the-week will be rewarded with a guaranteed spot in the Quarter Finals. After four weeks of these Quarter Finals, two weeks of Semi-Finals will follow. In the show's last week, the final victor will claim a $1,000,000 prize. The driving force behind the series will be the pursuit of the American dream and the natural trials, tribulations and heartbreak inherent in that quest combined with the drama and tension of the sweet science. The canvas of the show is much broader than boxing - it will give viewers a first hand look into the real life hopes, triumphs and defeats of the contestants. The Contender will be a joint production of Mark Burnett Productions, DreamWorks Television and Rogue Marble. Sylvester Stallone, Mark Burnett, and Jeffrey Katzenberg are the executive producers. NBC cancelled The Contender in May of 2005 after only one season. After three months of shopping around, Mark Burnett finally sold it to ESPN. The sports cable channel will begin airing the series in the Spring of 2006. ESPN has the option of picking the series up for an extra two seasons. Broadcast History Season 1-NBC/CNBC Season 2-ESPN/ESPN2moreless
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    Audibles

    Audibles

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    Audibles is the ESPN series where Herm Edwards, Keyshawn Johnson, Steve Young, Trent Dilfer and fans on the internet sit down to talk pigskin. Fans can submit questions on Facebook and Twitter, and the experts will weigh in on the topics.moreless
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    NBA Coast to Coast

    NBA Coast to Coast

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    John Sauders and NBA analysts go over the night's pro games in this informative sports talk show.
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    Stump the Schwab

    Stump the Schwab

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    Welcome to the Stump the Schwab guide at TV.com. Basketball had Michael. Hockey had The Great One. Baseball had The Babe. Sports trivia has … The Schwab. For years The Schwab has toiled in the bowels of our Bristol campus, as ESPN's first, and best, fact researcher. His wealth of sports knowledge is unmatched, his handle on sports stats unparalleled. Almost any stat you hear dropped by Vitale, Berman, Joe Morgan or any other ESPN personality almost certainly came from the The Schwab. No one knows more sports trivia than The Schwab. Or do they? With ESPN's new game show, Stump the Schwab, hosted by Stuart Scott, that's what we intend to find out. This summer, we went to New York City to test hundreds of applicants, grilling them on their sports knowledge. Some were in way over their heads, others could hold their own, but we only found 12 contestants that we thought could possibly hang with The Schwab. On Friday, July 16, at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN, these 12 contestants will go head to head against each other – testing their sports trivia knowledge. Week by week, the numbers will be whittled down until there is one contestant remaining. The last contestant standing will receive a dream ticket package to various major sporting events and the chance to lock horns with The Schwab in the final episode. If someone is good enough to beat The Schwab, he or she will be rewarded with a job at ESPN. Woodbridge, Virginia attorney Curt Spear won the first season of the show and won a sports ticket package.moreless
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    UEFA European Championship

    UEFA European Championship

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    Similar in style and scope to the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) European Championship is a football tournament involving the best national sides in Europe. UEFA is one of the biggest of six continental confederations of FIFA. Of all the confederations, it is by far the strongest in terms of wealth and influence over the global game.

    The UEFA European Championship tournament is made up of 16 teams. Teams will be knocked out as each round progresses, until the new champions of Europe hold aloft their prize: the Henri Delaunay trophy. The 2008 tournament will be hosted by Austria and Switzerland.moreless
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