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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.
Taking a page from the Barbara Walters playbook, ESPN anchor Hannah Storm identified the biggest newsmakers in pro football and convinced four of them to sit down with her on their home turf for a pre-Super Bowl special.
It's not all about LeBron James and Brett Favre at ESPN — at least not next week. The sports giant is rolling out a series of Veterans Day-related programming to honor veterans and troops and to celebrate the link between the military and sports. "America's Heroes: A Salute to Our Veterans" begins with Saturday's College GameDay (Nov. 6, 9am/8c, ESPNU and 10am/9c, ESPN), which will feature a profile of Indiana University defensive end Kevin Bush, who returned to college football after serving two and half years in the U.S. Army, including a stint in Iraq.
Pardon the suspension, if you will.ESPN benched Pardon the Interruption host Tony Kornheiser for two weeks, effective this past Monday, after he made comments about the attire of fellow ESPN host Hannah Storm. But was the punishment the proper recourse?ESPN suspends Tony Kornheiser for bashing Hannah StormKornheiser, 67, said Storm's get-up was ...