History Trivia / SportsCenter

29th Apr '16 2:46:46 AM Freshmeat
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ESPN has an extraordinarily lucrative contract with the NFL. As such, a SportsCenter episode airing after one of the network's NFL broadcasts will devote a huge chunk of its running time to discussing the game that just aired. And a Sunday night broadcast during football season is basically ''[=NFLCenter=].''
* HeyItsThatGuy: Current anchor Jonathan Coachman spent seven years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer/color commentator/evil authority figure. ESPN usually films a ContinuityNod segment with Coachman whenever a WWE superstar like The Rock or John Cena stop by; the wrestlers usually reminisce about ridiculing Coach during his tenure. In addition, ESPN recently hired Todd Grisham, who also spent years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer and color commentator.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ESPN has an extraordinarily lucrative contract with the NFL. As such, a SportsCenter episode airing after one of the network's NFL broadcasts will devote a huge chunk of its running time to discussing the game that just aired. And a Sunday night broadcast during football season is basically ''[=NFLCenter=].''
* HeyItsThatGuy: Current anchor Jonathan Coachman spent seven years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer/color commentator/evil authority figure. ESPN usually films a ContinuityNod segment with Coachman whenever a WWE superstar like The Rock or John Cena stop by; the wrestlers usually reminisce about ridiculing Coach during his tenure. In addition, ESPN recently hired Todd Grisham, who also spent years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer and color commentator.
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19th Sep '14 2:42:33 PM KentuckyTroper1990
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ESPN has an extraordinarily lucrative contract with the NFL. As such, a SportsCenter episode airing after one of the network's NFL broadcasts will devote a huge chunk of its running time to discussing the game that just aired. And a Sunday night broadcast during football season is basically ''NFLCenter.''

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ESPN has an extraordinarily lucrative contract with the NFL. As such, a SportsCenter episode airing after one of the network's NFL broadcasts will devote a huge chunk of its running time to discussing the game that just aired. And a Sunday night broadcast during football season is basically ''NFLCenter.''[=NFLCenter=].''
29th Jun '14 1:37:08 PM Andrew
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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ESPN has an extraordinarily lucrative contract with the NFL. As such, a SportsCenter episode airing after one of the network's NFL broadcasts will devote a huge chunk of its running time to discussing the game that just aired. And a Sunday night broadcast during football season is basically ''NFLCenter.''
9th Apr '12 1:49:27 AM HarryLovesHermione
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Current anchor Jonathan Coachman spent seven years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer/evil authority figure. ESPN usually films a ContinuityNod segment with Coachman whenever a WWE superstar like The Rock or John Cena stop by; the wrestlers usually reminisce about ridiculing Coach during his tenure.

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* HeyItsThatGuy: Current anchor Jonathan Coachman spent seven years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer/evil interviewer/color commentator/evil authority figure. ESPN usually films a ContinuityNod segment with Coachman whenever a WWE superstar like The Rock or John Cena stop by; the wrestlers usually reminisce about ridiculing Coach during his tenure. In addition, ESPN recently hired Todd Grisham, who also spent years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer and color commentator.
8th Apr '12 10:16:17 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Current anchor Jonathan Coachman spent seven years in the WWE as a backstage interviewer/evil authority figure. ESPN usually films a ContinuityNod segment with Coachman whenever a WWE superstar like The Rock or John Cena stop by; the wrestlers usually reminisce about ridiculing Coach during his tenure.
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