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Peyton Manning To Host ESPY Awards In July

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Peyton Manning will take the stage to host the ESPY Awards.

The retired two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback will preside over the July 12 show honoring the past year’s best athletes and sports moments. 67 more words

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Peyton Manning To Host ESPY Awards In July

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Peyton Manning will take the stage to host the ESPY Awards.

The retired two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback will preside over the July 12 show honoring the past year’s best athletes and sports moments. 84 more words

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Peyton Manning To Host ESPY Awards

(The Sports Xchange) – Five-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning has been chosen to host the 25th annual ESPYS on July 12 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. 255 more words

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Peyton Manning To Host 2017 ESPYs On ABC

Five-time NFL MVP and two-time Super Bowl champ Peyton Manning has been tapped to host The 2017 ESPYS Presented by Capital One on ABC. The 25th annual trophy show will be broadcast live on ABC Wednesday, July 12 at 8 PM EDT from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. 132 more words

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Pat McAfee to headline 2017 Indiana Sports Awards

Pat McAfee — Colts Pro-Bowl punter, comedian, philanthropist — will headline this year’s Indiana Sports Awards, coming April 27 to Clowes Memorial Hall.

McAfee will deliver the keynote address at the annual event celebrating the state’s most accomplished high school athletes. 477 more words

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Northwestern to honor Craig Sager with helmet sticker for Pinstripe Bowl

The Northwestern football team will honor the late Craig Sager, a Wildcats alumnus, by wearing a patterned sticker on players’ helmets for Wednesday’s Pinstripe Bowl against Pittsburgh. 91 more words

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Amile Jefferson's career night helps No. 4 Duke to win over No. 21 Florida

NEW YORK — Almost everybody in Madison Square Garden was impressed with the game Amile Jefferson had for No. 4 Duke.

Nobody appreciated it more than Blue Devils coach Mike Krzyzewski. 1,116 more words

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