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ESPN Monday Night Football - 50th Birthday

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first ever NFL Monday Night Football. The New York Jets and Cleveland Browns played in the inaugural MNF game on September 21, 1970, and televised on ABC. To celebrate, tonight’s game between the… Read more

ESPN Miss Nothing

Steve Levy, Brian Griese and Louis Riddick have been named the new commentators for ESPN’s Monday Night Football. The trio will be joined by Emmy-winning reporter Lisa Salters returning for her ninth season, and officiating analyst John Parry back for… Read more

Kirk Herbstreit - ESPN College GameDay

ESPN College GameDay presenter Kirk Herbstreit got emotional this afternoon when talking about social injustice on College GameDay “I was talking to David Shaw, the head coach of Stanford,” said Kirk. “He shared a quote to me and it reminded… Read more

ESPN Miss Nothing

ESPN US has announced that Ian Darke is to replace Martin Tyler as its lead play-by-play commentator for the 2014 World Cup. Tyler, who is the lead commentator for Sky Sports, joined ESPN for the 2010 tournament in South Africa,… Read more

NFL on UK TV

British Eurosport will broadcast a total of 17 matches from NFL this season as part of a two-year agreement with the National Football League. The network has been awarded the Monday Night Football games and will broadcast a double bill… Read more

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ESPN Promo 2012: Miss Nothing

ESPN SPL Live

ESPN has confirmed its next set of live and exclusive Clydesdale Bank Premier League fixtures for March and April, plus Rangers games from the Irn Bru Scottish Football League. Headlining its next set of matches are the Dundee and Tayside… Read more

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ESPN has released a statement this evening regarding the Premier League TV rights that were announced by Richard Scudamore – Chief Executive of the Premier League – earlier today. The League awarded 116 matches to Sky (BSkyB) and 38 to… Read more

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ESPN have announced their coverage plans for the 2011/2012 FA Cup Final. The match, between Liverpool and Chelsea, will be played on Saturday 5th May 2012 at 5:15pm live on ESPN and ITV1. ESPN will bring viewers the FA Cup… Read more