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30 for 30 Bo Jackson Documentary Highest Rated for ESPN- This Saturday’s presentation of ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary You Don’t Know Bo had an overnight rating of 2.3, making it the highest rated documentary in the history of the network. The previous high was for The Fab Five, an ESPN Films documentary that premiered to a
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Bo Jackson was drafted as the No. 1 overall pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1986 NFL draft, but he turned them down and decided to pursue a career in professional baseball. It was always believed that Jackson, who told the Bucs not to draft him, did not want to go to Tampa Bay because of all the negative things he had heard about the organization. But, as I learned on Saturday...
Led by the Heisman Trophy Presentation, ESPN scored impressive numbers for college football programming Saturday night. The 2012 Heisman Trophy Presentation earned a 3.1 overnight rating on ESPN Saturday night, up 7% from last year (2.9), and up 29% from 2010 (2.4). According to Sports Business Daily, the 3.1 overnight is the second-best ever for the Heisman presentation, trailing...
According to Bo Jackson, football was just a hobby he did in the offseason. In reality, it was baseball that should have been a hobby.
Jackson was featured last night on the latest ESPN “30 for 30″ called “You Don’t Know Bo.” It took me down memory lane as I saw clips of the famous “Bo Knows” Nike commercial, his 1989 All-Star Game home run and even his exploits in...
College Football Hall of Fame coach Pat Dye writes about his Heisman Trophy winner, Bo Jackson.
Steve and I talk about the Heisman Trophy voters and the historic decision to award Johnny Manziel, a freshman, with the award. Hear our thoughts on Bob Costas’ gun-control rant, rule changes eliminating kickoffs in the NFL and ESPN’s 30 for 30 on Bo Jackson.
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