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    Mohr Sports

    Mohr Sports

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    Jay Mohr hosted this short-lived ESPN talk show. Instead of asking the typical talk show questions, Jay would strike up a conversation with the guest and tell jokes.
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    Soccernet Press Pass

    Soccernet Press Pass

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    Regular hosts Derek Rae, Tommy Smyth, and Janusz Michallik discuss the latest events, transfers and fixture results from around the world with an emphasis on the English Premier League (see TV.com's English Premier League showspace). As Janusz and Tommy are very opinionated soccer pundits, heated arguments often erupt between the two, imbuing the show with a little extra drama. The show airs only in Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Israel, and the Middle East. However, American viewers can watch the show online on ESPN's website or occasionally on ESPNews.moreless
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    Hometown Heroes

    Hometown Heroes

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    Fans from each Major League Baseball team select their favorite player of all-time from their local franchise.
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    NFL Insiders

    NFL Insiders

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    This new football show has a special twist: it will only feature analysis from writers and insiders instead of former players.
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    I'll Do Anything

    I'll Do Anything

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    Welcome to the I'll Do Anything guide at TV.com. Sports fans who dream of playing golf with Tiger or joining Serena Williams for an afternoon of tennis, could see their dreams become reality if they have a friend or loved one willing to 'do anything' for them. ESPN will produce I'd Do Anything, a reality series that will ask fans to accomplish challenging tasks in order to grant their friends or loved ones their most fervent sports fantasies. Eight one-hour shows will be aired consecutive Tuesday nights at 10 p.m. ET starting September 28. "I'd Do Anything will pave the way for a new brand of reality television from ESPN," said Mark Shapiro, ESPN executive vice president, programming and production. "We will give the true fans out there the chance to prove how far they'll go to help another fulfill a dream." Hosted by popular TV personality George Gray (Weakest Link and Junkyard Wars), I'd Do Anything is based on the highly successful British show of the same name and will be the ultimate test of altruism. Three contestants per show will perform a series of sports-related tasks in an elimination-style competition to win a sports fantasy for a friend or loved one. Possible tasks include making a solo punt return without blockers against a professional football team or dropping soccer balls into a goal below while strapped to the wing of a bi-plane in flight. I'd Do Anything will be produced under the ESPN Original Entertainment (EOE) banner in conjunction with Trans World International (TWI) and Mess Media. TWI, the television division of IMG, is one of the largest independent producers, packagers and distributors of entertainment and sports programming in the world, producing and distributing more than 6,500 hours of original programming annually to more than 200 countries. Mess Media has produced a variety of reality shows including CBS' Survivor, Fox's Boot Camp and a reality pilot for NBC titled Love or Money, as well as a two-hour reality special, TWI's Battle of the Network Stars for NBC. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.moreless
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    The New American Sportsman

    The New American Sportsman

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    Welcome to The New American Sportsman ESPN guide at TV Tome. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.
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    Up Close

    Up Close

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    ESPN (ended 2001)
    A sports talk show hosted by Roy Firestone.
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    ESPN's Max Out

    ESPN's Max Out

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    ESPN's Max Out is a TV show by ESPN that was first launched in 1993. ESPN created the show for the launch of ESPN 2, which was targeted to younger demographics with a focus on nontraditional sports. The show focused on showing the people involved in extreme sports, including dirt-skiing and bungee-jumping. To kick off the show, ESPN partnered with Bret Michaels of Poison where the crew filmed him motocross racing on his personal track at his home in Malibu.moreless
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    Sports on Tap

    Sports on Tap

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    Four contestants compete in a sports trivia contest. They played for the right to continue on to the eventual $50,000 prize.
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    Magic Years in Sports

    Magic Years in Sports

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    Magic Years in Sports is a documentary series that profiles extraordinary sports achievements from memorable years. ESPN digs into their film archives and asks former NFL hall-of-fame player, Lynn Swann, to present them with help from pro-athlete Roy Campanella. The season starts with the year "1947" and Jackie Robinson becomes the first African-American baseball player. Robinson takes the Brooklyn Dodgers to the World Series, but fails to capture the world title after his team loses to the NY Yankees. The heavyweight championship fight between Joe Louis and Jersey Joe Walcott, and PGA player Lew Worsham's Cinderella-story win at the U.S. Open, also play in the first episode. The year "1936" appears later in the season with a defiant Jesse Owens showing Adolph Hitler that other races can compete at professional levels. There is also footage of the first and only boxing match at Yankee Stadium in the "1936" episode. Swan and Campanella profile the sport tragedy at the 72 Olympics in Munich and the Green Bay Packer's miracle win in the 1968 Super Bowl. By the end of the season, years in international sport competitions come into focus with the hosts showcasing the 1958 FIFA World Cup, and Pele, the soccer player who scored the most goals in the history of the game, making his international sports debut.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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    2011 FIFA Women's World Cup

    2011 FIFA Women's World Cup

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    This will be the sixth FIFA Women's World Cup, a world championship game for the women's national association football teams. It has been scheduled to take place between June 26 and July 17, 2011 in Germany.moreless
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    Seasons of Change: The African American Athlete

    Seasons of Change: The African American Athlete

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    ESPN profiles some of the most notable African American names in sports in the 1950s and 1960s in this historical television event.
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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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    Ruffian

    Ruffian

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    Ruffian documents the life of a thoroughbred horse that dominated the horse races of the 1970s.
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    Wednesday Night Baseball

    Wednesday Night Baseball

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    ESPN continues their coverage of baseball with a new game every Wednesday. Play-By-Play Announcer Dave O'Brien, Color Analyst Rick Sutcliffe and Field Reporter Erin Andrews cover the games each week.
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    Monday Night Baseball

    Monday Night Baseball

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    Monday Night Baseball began in 1966 on NBC, before moving to ABC in 1976.
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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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    FIBA World Championship

    FIBA World Championship

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    The FIBA World Championships take place every four years, two years before the Summer Olympics, where 24 countries get the opportunity to prove that they are the best basketball players in the world.moreless
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    Big Monday

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    This show gives fans the opportunity to watch Big 12 college basketball games every Monday all weekend long.
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