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ESPN
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

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  • Maryland center Trayvon Reed will miss summer workouts because of fractured ankle

    Maryland center Trayvon Reed will miss summer workouts because of fractured ankle
    Trayvon Reed, a 7-foot-1, 235-pound freshman center who┬áis one of the centerpieces in Maryland’s top 10 recruiting class, will miss summer workouts with a fractured right ankle, Terps men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon said Tuesday. Reed suffered...
  • Baltimore, an 'ultimate' sports town [Editorial]

    Baltimore, an 'ultimate' sports town  [Editorial]
    Thirty years ago last month, the Baltimore Colts left town, and the loss of the beloved NFL franchise was a stunning blow not only to football fans but to the city's identify. Nine years later, Baltimore's image as a sports town suffered another big hit...
  • Final spots in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament to be determined this weekend

    Final spots in NCAA men's lacrosse tournament to be determined this weekend
    Loyola Maryland and Notre Dame became the first two teams to lock up berths in the coming NCAA men's lacrosse tournament, and their entries have already begun to shape the 18-team field, which will be announced on Sunday at 9 p.m. With 10 spots reserved...
  • After nearly a month, Orioles have mixed reviews for baseball's new replay system

    After nearly a month, Orioles have mixed reviews for baseball's new replay system
    When Orioles left fielder Nelson Cruz ran through first base on a close play April 19 at Fenway Park and was called out by first base umpire Ted Barrett, it sparked a chain of events that has become common in the major leagues this season. After...
  • Gary Thorne and Jim Palmer are third-best announcers in baseball, according to poll

    Gary Thorne and Jim Palmer are third-best announcers in baseball, according to poll
    Spending summer evenings with Orioles announcers Gary Thorne and Jim Palmer is a pleasure only afforded to us locals, but a new poll shows that few teams have the kind of respect and love for their broadcasters that Orioles fans do. The good folks at...
  • Coffee Companion (4/30): Sterling banned, Machado back, and more

    Coffee Companion (4/30): Sterling banned, Machado back, and more
    Major sports networks spent yesterday scrolling tweets praising NBA Commissioner Adam Silver yesterday, so how were you supposed to know what else happened in the sports world? That's why blogger Jon Meoli writes the Coffee Companion -- where every...
  • Mel Kiper anticipates run on tackles before Ravens' first-round pick

    Mel Kiper anticipates run on tackles before Ravens' first-round pick
    When it's the Ravens' turn in the first round, ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. doesn't anticipate any of the top four offensive tackles still being available. In the Maryland resident's most recent draft projections, Auburn offensive tackle Greg...
  • Ozzie Newsome weighs in on Rolando McClain retiring for the second time

    Ozzie Newsome weighs in on Rolando McClain retiring for the second time
    Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome broke his silence about middle linebacker Rolando McClain, commenting for the first time since the former Alabama star retired for the second time in the past year. After struggling during a workout two weeks ago,...
  • Terps' Mark Turgeon denies that Seth Allen, Charles Mitchell have asked to transfer

    Terps' Mark Turgeon denies that Seth Allen, Charles Mitchell have asked to transfer
    On the same day that former Maryland guard Nick Faust’s transfer to Oregon State became official, Terps coach Mark Turgeon denied Twitter reports that two other players were on their way out of College Park as well. Turgeon wrote in a text message...
  • Starting attacks take different paths to goal for Loyola, Hopkins lacrosse

    Starting attacks take different paths to goal for Loyola, Hopkins lacrosse
    When top-ranked Loyola Maryland and No. 6 Johns Hopkins add another chapter to their rivalry Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex, both teams will bring powerful attack units. The Greyhounds rank sixth in Division I in scoring at 13.3 goals per game,...
  • Mike Mayock envisions trade-back scenario for Ravens

    Mike Mayock envisions trade-back scenario for Ravens
    When the first round of the NFL draft launches on Thursday, the Ravens could be on the move. The Ravens have made it no secret that they want more picks in what's shaping up as a deep draft, which they could achieve by maneuvering backward in the...
  • Jay Bilas talks about Maryland's transfers and a changing culture in college basketball

    Jay Bilas talks about Maryland's transfers and a changing culture in college basketball
    ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas said Friday that the exodus of players at Maryland is probably more a reflection on the current landscape of college basketball than it is on the type of program third-year Terps coach Mark Turgeon is running....