Found October 30, 2011 on The Juicy Online:
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ESPN, DROPPED THE BALL, when it comes to security for their College GameDay telecast. Saturday, while in Los Angeles, a fan was able to sneak by security with a sign displaying a "new" meaning for the sports network, ESPN.
While co-host Krik Herbsteit was addressing the match-up between USC/Stanford, on the lower left side, a fan holds up a sign which displays the network name, ESPN. Somehow, the fan was able to spell out ESPN, by using the word PENIS.

The fan was smart, as the person waited until the end of the telecast to display the sign for the viewing pleasure of a national television audience.

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