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SportsCenter 

Daily sports news, results, and features.
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8 wins & 30 nominations. See more awards »

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Neil Everett Neil Everett ...  Neil Everett / ... 756 episodes, 2000-2020
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A, usually hour-long, sports show featuring all the days major sports news and scores. Sportscenter features many segments of it's own while also taking snippets from other ESPN shows such as 'Pardon the Interuption', College Gameday, NFL Primetime, and NBA Fastbreak. The show also features a top 10 list. As of 2005 Monday through Friday are the top plays of the day. Saturday shows the "Not Top 10" and Sunday has Chris Berman's plays of the week. Written by FMJ_Joker

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News | Sport | Talk-Show

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Trivia

The January 4, 2015 episode was dedicated to longtime anchor Stuart Scott who passed away at the age of 49 from appendix cancer. See more »

Quotes

Keith Olbermann: [describing varied reactions after the New England Patriots defeated the Pittsburg Steelers in the 1996 AFC playoffs] The Superbowl team of Bill Cowher eliminated, Rod Woodson back and bummed, while Bill Parcells and Curtis Martin are extremely happy, and in the stands I liked the team so much I kissed the owner (Robert Kraft) and the security guard goes, "Hey hey hey, they'll be plenty of time for that later on."
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Connections

Referenced in The King of Queens: Road Rayge (1998) See more »

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We Run LA
Produced and Written by Louie Rubio & Alex Shultz
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The only place for sports news
28 September 2003 | by nirvanarulz82See all my reviews

I have always, and always will love, Sportscenter. The Big Show. It is the only show where you can be completely informed on almost all goings on in the major (and minor) sports, and have a least a few laugh out loud chuckles. I love the catch phrases by anchors such as Stuart Scott, Dan Patrick, and Kenny Mayne. And Mayne is so deadpan. It's hilarious. The intro is really awesome as well... "Sportscenter: NOW" Dan dan da, dan dan da.


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USA

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English

Release Date:

7 September 1979 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sports Recap See more »

Filming Locations:

Bristol, Connecticut, USA See more »

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