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College GameDay analyst makes bold rematch prediction for National Championship

ESPN College GameDay host Rece Davis usually doesn’t give his game picks Saturday morning on the program during football season, but he decided to shake things up as he’s quoted as saying this last week by… 176 more words

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ESPN producer acknowledges the one school that turned down hosting College GameDay

College GameDay is one of the most popular programs on ESPN, and they’ve visited dozens of campuses across the country over the last two-plus decades. 188 more words

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ESPN officially confirms a decision on the future of a College GameDay staple

Lee Corso, who has been with College GameDay since it began in 1987, has officially signed a multi-year contract extension, according to a press release from… 249 more words

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Announcement made on the future of key College GameDay fixture

ESPN has been getting a few wins in the contract department the past few weeks with Lee Corso signing an extension as well as mainstay Dick Vitale. 218 more words

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Announcement made on the future of a legendary College GameDay fixture

Finally, some good news for ESPN.

Lee Corso, who has been with College Game Day since it began in 1987, has signed a two-year contract extension, according to his long-time partner and co-host, Kirk Herbstreit. 231 more words

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Where 'Mike & Mike' ranks on the top 10 ESPN programs of all time

After 17 years together — that’s right, 17!!! — Mike & Mike will be coming to an end.

So where does the long-running morning drive show land on ESPN’s list of greatest programming? 461 more words

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ESPN is making a bunch of changes to its programming. Here's how they'll affect you.

ESPN’s upfront presentation was on Tuesday, and there were a whole bunch of changes the Worldwide Leader made to its programming.

If you missed some of the announcements or need a guide to what was changed, we’ve got you covered: 504 more words

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