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Snowmobiler Caleb Moore Dies From Injuries in X Games Crash

Caleb Moore

Snowmobiler Caleb Moore died Thursday as a result of injuries he suffered in a crash in the X Games one week ago, USA Today reports. He was 25.

Moore's death occurred Thursday morning at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo., according to family spokeswoman Chelsea Lawson. The family declined to release any other details of his injuries.

Moore suffered a concussion during... read more

ESPN Issues Apology for Brent Musburger's Remarks About McCarron's Girlfriend Katherine Webb

Katherine Webb

ESPN has apologized for commentator Brent Musburger remarks about Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron's girlfriend Katherine Webb during Monday's BCS National Championship game. read more

Hannah Storm Returns to Work After Accident

Hannah Storm

ESPN's Hannah Storm will ring in 2013 on the airwaves.

Storm will return to television on New Year's Day to host ABC's Rose Bowl telecast, three weeks after she was seriously injured in an accident involving a propane gas grill at her home, The Associated Press reports.

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ESPN's Rob Parker Suspended After Calling Robert Griffin III a "Cornball Brother"

Robert Griffin III, Rob Parker

ESPN has suspended commentator Rob Parker after he referred to Washington Redskins rookie Robert Griffin III as a "cornball brother," according to the network. read more

ESPN's 30 For 30 Tracks Down a Dark Olympic Legacy

ESPN's 30 For 30

Long before the cases of Lance Armstrong, Barry Bonds and Marion Jones engendered public indifference about performance-enhancing drugs, steroids were a dirty little secret of the sports world. Suspicions were prevalent in Olympic circles, but rarely discussed above a whisper. That changed in 1988 when Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson was busted for the anabolic steroid stanozolol days after winning the gold medal and setting a world record in the 100-meter dash at the Seoul Olympics. His spectacular rise to the top of his sport and his cataclysmic fall are chronicled in 9.79*, this week's entry in ESPN's Emmy-nominated documentary series 30 for 30 (Tuesdays, 8/7c).

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Ratings: Downton Abbey Debuts Strong; The Bachelor Down Again

Downton Abbey

What's this?!? There is some accounting for taste?!? Downton Abbey's Season 2 premiere averaged 4.2 million viewers.

Nielsen data on Tuesday showed that the Emmy-winning series' return Sunday night doubled the average PBS prime-time rating, and marked an 18 percent jump over the show's first-season average — which made PBS ecstatic.

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Joe Paterno Fired as Sex Abuse Scandal Rocks Penn State Football Program

Joe Paterno

The scandal that's been dominating sports and news networks alike culminated Wednesday with legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno and University President Graham Spanier being fired, The Associated Press reports.

Assistant coach... read more

Hank Williams Jr. Writes Song, Appears on Talk Shows After Hitler-Obama Uproar

Hank Williams Jr

Now that his Monday Night Football opening theme song has been permanently punted from the broadcast, Hank Williams Jr. has written a song zinging Fox & Friends and ESPN and is taking to the airwaves to answer his critics.
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ESPN Pulls Hank Williams Jr. Intro After He Compared President Obama to Hitler

Hank Williams Jr.

ESPN is no longer "ready for some football" after Hank Williams Jr. made comments comparing President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler, CNN reports.

The country singer, appearing on Fox News' Fox and Friends Monday morning, referred to a June golf game when Obama and House Speaker John Boehner played on the same team as "one of the biggest political mistakes ever." Williams then added "that'd be like... read more

Ratings: Monday Night Football Wins the Night; Dr. Oz Wins the Day

Cameron Wake and Tom Brady

Monday Night Football had a big night in the ratings, just like Tom Brady on the field.

The regular season debut of the venerable franchise on ESPN decimated the competition on both cable and broadcast television, attracting 14.57 million viewers for the NFL game between the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins and a 6.3 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. Brady made the hot South Florida night hotter, passing for 517 yards — merely the fifth-best in league history. And with the promise of more excitement like that, ESPN is sure to lure solid numbers throughout the season.

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