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International Women's Day

March 8th has been given the title of “International Women’s Day,” so apparently us ladies get only one day of the year to be appreciated for all the amazing things we do. 671 more words


Mean What You Say!

I was watching ESPN’s “Sports Center” yesterday morning and found one of the topics especially interesting. The four regulars were asking a sports guru off-site what he thought about the fact that the University of Richmond has suspended five baseball players for playing “Fantasy Football.” This game is regarded by both the NCAA and by the University as a form of gambling because it involves the winning and losing of money. 731 more words

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Sports Pavilion in Barcelona

As the second exercise in the 5th and last course we had to design a Sports Pavilion + Students Residence in Barcelona, Pere IV Street. 71 more words


[Race Car News] Roar Before The Rolex 24 Wraps Up at DIS; Teams Look To Rolex 24 At Daytona Jan. 28-29

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Jan. 8, 2017) – The Roar Before the Rolex 24 wrapped up a three-day run Sunday at Daytona International Speedway, preparing competitors for North America’s premier sports car event, the historic 55th Rolex 24 At Daytona on Jan. 244 more words

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Lecrae Wrote The New Theme For ESPN’s ‘SportsCenter Coast-to-Coast’

If you’ve watched ESPN’s popular highlight show SportsCenter this week, you may have heard a familiar voice. The show’s “Coast-to-Coast” segments have a new theme song, … 28 more words


Tradition v. Content

A great and current example of an organization relying more on content than traditional brand advertising is ESPN’s Sports Center.  In the beginning of show, the novelty of having a full 30 to 60 minutes of news devoted to sports coverage was definitely a novelty.  277 more words

Picozzi Steps Back

Word from ESPN that Bob Picozzi has announced his semi-retirement after several years of doing SportsCenter updates for ESPN Radio.

Before ESPN, Picozzi was the sports director at News 8 and a play-by-play man for UConn women’s basketball on CPTV. 12 more words