ESPN


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ESPN

Trademark. the Entertainment Sports Network (a cable television channel).
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It was the worst possible scenario for a documentary filmmaker, whose goal is to be as inconspicuous as possible,'' Tollin said from Scottsdale on Wednesday after ESPN finally released official word that the half-hour weekly show called ``Bonds on Bonds'' has a green light and will start April 4 on ESPN2 (then move to a regular time slot of Tuesdays at 4 p.
Whatever the nomenclature, there are enough of that red-blooded bunch to have made ESPN an icon of popular culture: Syndicated columnist George Will is reported to have said that if all of his cable channels were taken away except ESPN, he probably wouldn't notice.
If you like the game of football, and there's nothing else going on, I'm finding myself sitting and waiting for these games to come every night,'' said Lou Holtz, the former Notre Dame coach who has served as an ESPN studio analyst this season.
Or that Rome used Green Bay Packers receiver Javon Walker as a correspondent to cover the premiere for a humorous bit that aired on his ESPN show Wednesday.
In addition to its annual coverage of the National Spelling Bee - worth some $12,000 to the winner between the ages of 8 and 15 - ESPN has added the National Mathcounts Competition from Chicago, matching the best middle schoolers who crunch numbers under pressure, not for a living.
Philadelphia at Ottawa, Game 7 (if necessary), ESPN or ESPN2, 4 p.
NHL playoffs: Ottawa at Philadelphia, Game 4, ESPN, 4 p.