Instagram/Hubbarth ESPN’s Cassidy Hubbarth is one of the network’s rising stars, there’s no doubt. Hubbarth, who joined the Worldwide Leader back in 2010, hosts NBA Tonight on ESPN2, works the desk for ESPN News and occasionally gets the look for SportsCenter. You’ll probably be seeing more of her in the near future, too. Where is she from? What has her career looked like...
Two days ago Dish Network announced it was offering Sling TV -- an option to watch cable channels over the Internet -- without requiring a satellite subscription. For just $20 a month subscribers get access to ESPN, ESPN2, Disney, Food Network, HGTV, TBS, TNT, CNN, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Travel Channel and ABC Family. The announcement, by Dish CEO Joe Clayton, was immediately...
College basketball games on television Sunday: 12:00 – Central Florida at Temple (ESPN News) 1:00 – VCU at Fordham (CBS Sports) 2:00 – Houston at Tulsa (ESPN News) 2:00 – USC at Colorado (Pac-12) 2:00 – Ole Miss at Kentucky … Continue reading →
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January 04, 2015
College football on television today and tonight: 12:00 – Cincinnati at Temple (ESPN News) 12:00 – Georgia Tech at Georgia (SEC) 12:00 – Illinois at Northwestern (ESPNU) 12:00 – Kentucky at Louisville (ESPN2) 12:00 – Michigan at Ohio State (ABC) … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
November 29, 2014
This being the modern world there are a million ways to watch sports. I remember being excited the first time I had access to ESPN News. My college roommates and I felt so lucky. “Dude! It’s like a non-stop SportsCenter all day!” That’s just a good way of dating myself, I guess, because we’re all spoiled with access to multimedia. Last night’s Cavs victory over the Bulls...
The Baylor-TCU game began at 3:30 p.m. E.T. on ABC. As of 7:50 p.m. E.T., the game is not over. This is unfortunate for NASCAR fans, as the Sprint Cup Bank of America 500 race began at 7:30 p.m. E.T. With the race being televised on ABC, NASCAR fans aren’t able to watch it until the football game is over. Damn you, football. Abc needs their butts kicked for not havering...
If you enjoy learning about the X’s and O’s of football as much as I do, I hope that you tuned into the Film Room broadcast on ESPN News during the Monday night BCS National Championship game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Auburn Tigers as college coaches Steve Addazio, Paul Chryst and Kevin Sumlin did an excellent job of breaking down the game as it happened with...
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