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    Knight School with Coach Bobby Knight

    Knight School with Coach Bobby Knight

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    ESPN is working on a six-episode reality series following volatile basketball coach Bobby Knight and 16 basketball players as they vie for a walk-on spot with Knight’s Division I Texas Tech team.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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    1st and 10

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    This show is a spin-off of the ESPN First Take program. It is a talk show with panelist Skip Bayless, Jay Crawford and Dana Jacobson.
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    NFL Matchup

    NFL Matchup

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    Ron Jaworski, Sal Paolantonio and Merril Hoge bring viewers inside the film room for the Xs and Os analysis of the weekend's NFL matchups Sunday's on ESPN and reaired on ESPN2. The 30-minute program – taped each week at NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey – highlights team strategy and game planning.moreless
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    2008 Madden Nation

    2008 Madden Nation

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    2008 Madden Nation is the fourth season of the American reality television show, created as a joint effort between EA SPORTS and ESPN Original Entertainment to take viewers inside the world of Madden NFL, a popular video game with over 10 million players worldwide. It features the nation's top Madden NFL gamers-along with real-life NFL player sponsors- playing against each other in elimination-style tournaments.moreless
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    BCS National Championship

    BCS National Championship

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    BCS National Championship is the last bowl game of the annual Bowl Championship Series (BCS) and is intended to determine the National Champion of the **** Division I Football. Since 1998, The two participants are the two highest ranked football teams at the end of the college football season, currently determined by averaging the results of the final weekly USA Today Coaches' Poll, Harris Interactive Poll of media, former players and coaches, and the average of six participating Computer rankings. The BCS National Championship is rotated amongst 4 different venue and locations. The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida (Orange Bowl). The Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana (Sugar Bowl). And finally the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona (Fiesta Bowl). Though immersed in controversy, the BCS National Championship game is the most coveted sport of any sport in college athletics.moreless
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    Streetball

    Streetball

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    Streetball videos on ESPN. Streetball or street basketball is a variation of the sport of basketball, typically played on outdoor courts and featuring significantly less by way of formal structure and enforcement of the game's rules. As such, its format is more conducive to allowing players to publicly showcase their own individual skills.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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    ESPN Sports Century

    ESPN Sports Century

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    A sports biography program which features in depth coverage of the most important, influential and controversial athletes and sports figures of the 20th century.
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    American Dragster

    American Dragster

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    The lives of three Top Fuel Drag racers are exposed as they work with their teams and families during the NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series.
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    Palmer & Pollack

    Palmer & Pollack

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    ESPN college football analysts Jesse Palmer and David Pollack anchor this program which will spend 3 hours looking at the top sports stories of the past weekend. This show aired during the 2011 college football season.moreless
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    Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia

    Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia

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    As the 1980s drew to a close, there were people (including the person who jump-started this page) who believed Orlando would become the next entertainment capital of America. Already two movie studios/theme parks were gearing themselves up for the expected flood of offers. ESPN took a flyer on Orlando in February 1988, with the help of a sports-related theme park called Boardwalk & Baseball. The idea was to hold a single-elimination tournament, similar to the NCAAs, but not for an athletic endeavor. ESPN wanted to crown one university as the National Champion of Sports Trivia. Thirty-two colleges participated in Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia, each sending a team of three students to the tournament. The format for each game was simple. In the first round, Chris Berman read a succession of questions from various categories about a variety of sports. The first was a toss-up, in which any player from either team could buzz in. A correct answer earned five points and the right to an "extra point" question worth another five points. (Miss the toss-up and the opponents could buzz in with the correct answer.) On these extra point questions, teams were allowed to confer for up to five seconds before providing an answer. Round Two worked the same way, only this time correct answers were worth ten points. The third round gave each college team a series of ten-point questions in the same category. An incorrect answer would leave the question up for the opposing team. But the biggest challenge was the final round, known as the "Hundred-Second Dash." Chris Berman read off as many questions from a grab bag of categories in the space of 100 seconds. Anyone could buzz in and get ten points for the correct answer, but a wrong answer would deduct ten points from their score. NOTE: ESPN Classic stopped rerunning Boardwalk & Baseball's Super Bowl of Sports Trivia in mid-March 2004. Because it is still possible these reruns could resurface on the same network, the creator of this page is reluctant to give information on which college won selected rounds. That is why the Episode List does not mention schools for some of the first-round games and none of the Sweet 16, Elite 8, Semifinal, and Final rounds.moreless
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    26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story

    26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story

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    26 Years: The Dewey Bozella Story is the ESPN Films biography which follows the story of a boxer who was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison for a murder he did not commit. Award-winning producer/director Jose Morales directs the story of Bozella, who never gave up on fighting or fighting for his innocence. After 26 years he was finally given his freedom, and now is returning to the boxing world, with the dream of fighting on professional fight as a free man at age 52.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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    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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    Dallas SportsCenter

    Dallas SportsCenter

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    Dallas SportsCenter is a subdivision of ESPN's SportsCenter, which is a daily television show that highlights all the happenings in the sporting world. Dallas SportsCenter features the likes of sport analysts Michael Kim, Neil Everett, and Tim Kurkjian covering game and interview highlights, transactions, and overall daily happenings among the Texas-based teams. The teams they cover are primarily located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, though they also cover teams located in much of the greater Texas area as well. The teams they focus include the Dallas Mavericks, Texas Rangers, Texas Longhorns (Collegiate), and Dallas Stars. However, they are also known to feature other Texas-based teams and also cover sporting news on the national level. Overall, the show does a good job giving a complete coverage of the most popular Dallas teams, which allows even the most rabid sport fans to catch up on the many sports Texas has to offer.moreless
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    ESPN25: Who's #1?

    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.moreless
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    In the Game with Robin Roberts

    In the Game with Robin Roberts

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    In the Game with Robin Roberts is an ESPN show in which Roberts interviews the world's most famous athletes. Season 1 focused on female athletes while Season 2 also included conversations with male stars.moreless
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    Chicago SportsCenter

    Chicago SportsCenter

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    Chicago SportsCenter is a wildly popular sports television program that is broadcast on the ESPN Network. ESPN covers a huge variety of professional and collegiate state, regional, and national athletic events; Chicago SportsCenter focuses on sporting events in the greater Chicago area. The program is particularly renowned for its coverage of the Chicago Bulls basketball team and the Chicago Bears football team. SportsCenter also covers women's basketball, baseball, softball, ice hockey, motorports, soccer, tennis, golf, cycling, rowing, lacrosse, cricket, rugby, mixed martial arts, and other sports. In addition to coverage of games and competitions, Chicago SportsCenter offers a diverse lineup of interviews, behind-the-scenes programming, and sports news, as well as several televised poker tournaments. A large portion of this content is also available free of charge on the ESPN network website; this site also offers versions of SportsCenter that focus on athletic events in Boston, Dallas, Los Angeles, and New York.moreless
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    Boston SportsCenter

    Boston SportsCenter

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    Boston SportsCenter is the website on ESPN.com that offers up exclusively Boston area sports news and updates. The site includes videos of top stories, and footage from the televised SportsCenter version as seen on ESPN. Everything sports and Boston is covered, from all the professional league teams to area colleges and local high school athletics. There are blogs for each of the major league sports teams, commentaries, columnists who offer up their expert opinions, game highlights, scores, schedules, and even a calendar so that a Boston fan stays organized on what's going on, no matter what sport they follow. The Red Sox, Celtics, Patriots, Revolution and the Bruins are all covered in-depth at Boston SportsCenter. The Boston website also offers a link so fans can listen to streaming ESPN Radio SportsCenter shows as they air. Since it went online in 2008, Boston SportsCenter has become the one-stop online location for everything sports in Boston.moreless
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