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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Taha

    I only watch live events on ESPN…oh, and PTI. Love Mr Tony

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    Kevin J

    As a matter of fact, I haven’t turned on the Bristol PC police in…over a year, at least. Plenty of other great sources (Yahoo? … Shameless plug) and Twitter works for ME. Bleacher Report is another great one

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    Tony Clifton

    What are you gonna do? Not watch?
    …that’s exactly what I’m going to do. As I’ve been doing for years. This is the age of the internet, anything I need or want to know about sports is literally on demand at my fingertips. Not to mention that often times ESPN’s website is one of the last to report on breaking news, in my experience.

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    Sam Martin

    It’s Boomer’s frat house. Suzi’s pajama party. Booyah booyah booyah.

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    Steve

    I for the most part have stopped watching ESPN. I think the only time I turn to that channel if the Brewers are on, which is rare since we all know its the Sox/Yankees channel, the Bears are on, or for a Nationwide NASCAR race. Also pop over there for golf every now and then. Their website is even getting sickening. The constant coverage of athletes, even when they play badly or WD because of a bad back. But that is a different rant for a different time.

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    HozelRockit

    “What are you gonna do? Not watch?”

    Um…Yes. If it is a live event that I am interested in then I will begrudgingly watch and suffer through their announcers. I got a friend that constantly complains about something on PTI or Sports Center and keep asking him, “Then why do you keep watching it?”

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    ESPN - Whats wrong with Sports!

    I stopped watching ESPN when they kept forcing Favre/Tebow watches on every channel non stop for 2 seasons. that was enough to walk away from that Garbage Network.

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    Jeff

    I tuned out ESPN years ago and haven’t had any desire to go back. I watch a handful of their live events, but as far as SportsCenter or any of the other fluff goes, I have tuned it out completely. Thanks to the Internet and satellite TV, I no longer have to sit through the endless schtick and the biased opinions of those ESPN jackwagons to get my sports news and highlights.

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    bwp

    “What are you gonna do? Not watch?”

    Why, yes, that’s exactly what I knew I could control so I gave up on ESPN when they tried to tell me how to feel about gun control. I haven’t had to deal with them telling me how to react to strange people.

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    Chuck U Farley

    I only watch live events & turn off the sound. If I want to listen to broadcasts I turn on the radio via internet.

    Oh, & I don’t watch Costa, Olbermann & rest of the Nazi propagandists when they come on either.

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