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ESPN Unveils 2014 College Football Announcing Teams

In this transition year for college football, ESPN transitions its announcing teams for the 2014 season. For the new College Football Playoff, ESPN has shuffled its announcers for a sport it does quite well. Brent Musburger will no longer be on the “A” team as he has been sent to the new SEC Network where […]

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ESPN to Air 143rd Open Championship; Includes All-Tiger Channel

As we get ready for the fourth major tournament of the men’s professional golf calendar, ESPN has announced its coverage plans for the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, England. With Tiger Woods expected to compete in the Open, ESPN will dedicate one complete feed on ESPN3 to the golfer on Thursday, July 17 […]

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ESPN Airs The 1st Two Rounds of The Masters

Once again, ESPN airs the first two rounds of The Masters® from the Augusta Country Club in Augusta, GA. While CBS will produce the coverage, ESPN’s Mike Tirico will be hosting from Butler Cabin and Curtis Strange will join the CBS Golf crew. ESPN will air its live coverage of the 1st and 2nd rounds […]

ESPN’s Schedule for Day IV of Super Bowl Week 2014

ESPN’s broadcast day from New York is beginning with Mike and Mike on ESPN2/ESPN Radio. As the hype to Super Bowl XLVIII really ramps up, the celebrity A-listers start to seep out of the woodwork and into the ESPN Family of Networks. New York resident Jerry Seinfeld makes an appearance on Mike and Mike today […]

ESPN Radio to Air Live Shows From Final BCS National Championship Game

As we bid farewell to the Bowl Championship Era, ESPN Radio will be all over the game as two of its signature shows will broadcast live from the West Coast as the game will be played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. ESPN Radio hack Colin Cowherd and SVP & Russillo will air from […]

Anatomy of a Very Bizarre Day

Monday was quite the day in the sports world. As people were getting up and preparing to go to work on the East Coast, little would they know how things were going to develop. Let’s review what happened as events occurred. All times listed below are Eastern. 7:53 a.m. —

The Big Dozen Sports Media Stories of 2012

Time for the look back at the Year in Sports Media in 2012. Lots of great stuff. The year has been very interesting and we have seen a lot of things. Just doing a Top Ten is never enough for the Year in Review. It’s always an even dozen with some honorable mentions mixed in. […]

The 6th Annual Fang's Bites College Football Awards

With another college football regular season over and another bowl season about to begin, it’s time to go hand out the college football TV awards once again. As Fox increases its presence in college football thanks to its new contracts with the Big 12 and Pac-12, we have a bigger pool to choose from. And […]

A Couple of Early Thursday Sports Media Thoughts

I’m writing this past midnight on a Thursday. I want to sleep, but I’ll pound this out to get these off my chest. This will be in bullet form as always. It seems every sports media writer and blogger has offered thoughts and potential landing spots for ESPN’s Big Three Free Agents, Michelle Beadle, Erin […]

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