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Fri Jul 29 2:30am
Four Falls of Buffalo(Season 5, Episode 5) ESPN2

Chronicling coach Marv Levy's Buffalo Bills of the early 1990s, who won four straight AFC titles only to lose in all four Super Bowls.

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Fri Jul 29 4:00pm
You Don't Know Bo(Season 2, Episode 6) ESPNU

Bo Jackson's brief-but-explosive NFL and MLB careers are chronicled along with his iconic late-'80s marketing campaign. Legendary anecdotes are featured from Alabama school days to his exploits with the Raiders, Royals, White Sox and Angels.

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Fri Jul 29 9:00pm
Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPNCLS

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

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Sat Jul 30 12:00am
Pony Exce$$(Season 1, Episode 30) ESPNCLS

The rise, fall and rebirth of SMU football is chronicled in "Pony Exce$$." Craig James and Eric Dickerson highlighted the Mustangs' heyday of the early '80s, but rules violations led to the program's demise in 1987. Directed by Thaddeus D. Matula, a gradua (more…)

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Sat Jul 30 7:30am
Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau(Season 3, Episode 1) ESPNCLS

The story of big-wave surfer Eddie Aikau is told by director Sam George, whose images, interviews and research delve into the dynamic life and heroic death of a native Hawaiian and pioneering lifeguard who inspired an entire spiritual movement.

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Sat Jul 30 9:00am
Four Falls of Buffalo(Season 5, Episode 5) ESPN2

Chronicling coach Marv Levy's Buffalo Bills of the early 1990s, who won four straight AFC titles only to lose in all four Super Bowls.

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Sat Jul 30 10:00am
Rand University(Season 4, Episode 6) ESPNCLS

Wide receiver Randy Moss is profiled by filmmaker Marquis Daisy in a journey back to the small town of Rand, W.Va., where troubles with the law nealry derailed Moss's career before he landed at Marshall and began making national headlines on the field.

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Sat Jul 30 11:00am
The '85 Bears(Season 5, Episode 6) ESPN2

A look back at the 1985 Chicago Bears, a team built on ferocious defense, with big personalities who shuffled to a Super Bowl title. Jim McMahon, Mike Ditka, Mike Singletary, Buddy Ryan and William Perry are among those appearing. Directed by Jason Hehir (more…)

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Sat Jul 30 3:00pm
The Two Escobars(Season 1, Episode 16) ESPNCLS

The early-1990s deaths of Colombian soccer player Andres Escobar and drug baron Pablo Escobar are the focus of "The Two Escobars," a documentary look at the influence of drugs on soccer in the South American nation. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

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Sat Jul 30 4:00pm
Little Big Men(Season 1, Episode 19) ABC

The 1982 Little League World Series champions from Kirkland, Wash., are profiled in "Little Big Men." Directors Al Szymanski and Peter Franchella catch up with Cody Webster and other team members who broke a lengthy U.S. drought in Williamsport, Pa.

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Sat Jul 30 5:00pm
Little Big Men(Season 1, Episode 19) ESPNCLS

The 1982 Little League World Series champions from Kirkland, Wash., are profiled in "Little Big Men." Directors Al Szymanski and Peter Franchella catch up with Cody Webster and other team members who broke a lengthy U.S. drought in Williamsport, Pa.

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Sat Jul 30 6:00pm
The U(Season 1, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

"The U" chronicles the 1980s evolution of University of Miami football. Miami native and school alum Billy Corben examines how the team's success and swagger related to racial and cultural changes on the campus and in the city.

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Sat Jul 30 8:00pm
Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPNCLS

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

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Sat Jul 30 9:00pm
Without Bias(Season 1, Episode 5) ESPNCLS

"Without Bias." Director Kirk Fraser examines the life and sudden death of basketball star Len Bias more than two decades after his 1986 passing from a cocaine overdose. Included are interviews with teammates, friends and family members of the one-time Mar (more…)

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Sun Jul 31 12:00am
Pony Exce$$(Season 1, Episode 30) ESPNCLS

The rise, fall and rebirth of SMU football is chronicled in "Pony Exce$$." Craig James and Eric Dickerson highlighted the Mustangs' heyday of the early '80s, but rules violations led to the program's demise in 1987. Directed by Thaddeus D. Matula, a gradua (more…)

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Sun Jul 31 3:00am
This Magic Moment(Season 5, Episode 8) ESPN2

A look at the Shaquille O'Neal-led Orlando Magic teams of the 1990s and how they fell short of an NBA title.

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Sun Jul 31 5:00am
Believeland(Season 5, Episode 9) ESPN2

Chronicling Cleveland's championship-starved pro sports teams, whose title drought dates to the Browns' 1964 NFL Championship. Cavaliers, Indians and Browns personnel are featured along with media members and celebrities. Directed by Andy Billman.

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Sun Jul 31 6:30am
Doc & Darryl(Season 5, Episode 10) ESPN2

The careers of 1980s New York Mets stars Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberry are explored by directors Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio. On-field brilliance was followed by destructive addictions for both players, who reunite at a diner in Queens.

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Sun Jul 31 7:30am
Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau(Season 3, Episode 1) ESPNCLS

The story of big-wave surfer Eddie Aikau is told by director Sam George, whose images, interviews and research delve into the dynamic life and heroic death of a native Hawaiian and pioneering lifeguard who inspired an entire spiritual movement.

I’ll Watch49 Watching
Sun Jul 31 11:00am
Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?(Season 1, Episode 3) ESPN2

"Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?" chronicles the rise and fall of the United States Football League, the mid-1980s spring-time rival to the NFL that lasted only three seasons. Former New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump is among those interviewed by (more…)

I’ll Watch19 Watching
Sun Jul 31 2:00pm
The '85 Bears(Season 5, Episode 6) ESPN

A look back at the 1985 Chicago Bears, a team built on ferocious defense, with big personalities who shuffled to a Super Bowl title. Jim McMahon, Mike Ditka, Mike Singletary, Buddy Ryan and William Perry are among those appearing. Directed by Jason Hehir (more…)

I’ll Watch279 Watching
Sun Jul 31 3:00pm
The Two Escobars(Season 1, Episode 16) ESPNCLS

The early-1990s deaths of Colombian soccer player Andres Escobar and drug baron Pablo Escobar are the focus of "The Two Escobars," a documentary look at the influence of drugs on soccer in the South American nation. Directed by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist.

I’ll Watch54 Watching
Sun Jul 31 5:00pm
Little Big Men(Season 1, Episode 19) ESPNCLS

The 1982 Little League World Series champions from Kirkland, Wash., are profiled in "Little Big Men." Directors Al Szymanski and Peter Franchella catch up with Cody Webster and other team members who broke a lengthy U.S. drought in Williamsport, Pa.

I’ll Watch13 Watching
Sun Jul 31 6:00pm
The U(Season 1, Episode 7) ESPNCLS

"The U" chronicles the 1980s evolution of University of Miami football. Miami native and school alum Billy Corben examines how the team's success and swagger related to racial and cultural changes on the campus and in the city.

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