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Programs for ESPN2 on Friday, February 28, 2020
11:00 PM
College Basketball Oregon State Beavers at Oregon Ducks from Matthew Knight Arena Oregon State has won the past three meetings vs. the Ducks, including a 63-53 victory on Feb. 8, as Ethan Thompson scored 15 points; Oregon is 14-0 at home.
1:00 AM
Always Late with Katie Nolan (New) A late-night sports comedy show focusing on all the big stories of the week; Nolan interacts with guests and provides humorous commentary. Katie Nolan (Host)
1:30 AM
Pardon the Interruption (Repeat) Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon, longtime colleagues and friends, engage in verbal sparring during a fast-paced and wide-ranging discussion about sports. Tony Kornheiser(Host), Mike Wilbon(Host)
2:00 AM
Now or Never (New) Hosts emphasize the intersection between sports and pop culture, discussing the latest stories making headlines in sports, movies, music and celebrity culture. Steve Covino(Host), Rich Davis(Host), Janelle Marie Rodriguez(Host)
2:30 AM
UFC Main Event Johnson vs. Cejudo (Repeat) Main event bouts from previous UFC cards are featured to show some of the top matches that have occurred over the years as belts and pride are put on the line.
3:30 AM
Around the Horn (Repeat) Tony Reali hosts Ramona Shelburne, Woody Paige, Kevin Blackistone, and Frank Isola to banter about sports stories of the day in a competitive game format. Tony Reali(Host)
4:00 AM
NFL Live (Repeat) Wendi Nix hosts Adam Schefter, Louis Riddick, Todd McShay, and Mel Kiper Jr. from the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Adam Schefter(Commentator), Wendi Nix(Host), Suzy Kolber(Host)
6:00 AM
Golic and Wingo (New) Mike Golic, who played nine seasons in the National Football League, joins Trey Wingo, a veteran sports reporter and anchor, to discuss the latest sports news. Mike Golic(Host), Trey Wingo(Host)
8:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
9:00 AM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
10:00 AM
Get Up! (New) Matt Barnes and Dan Orlovsky join Mike Greenberg and Laura Rutledge to discuss and analyze the latest news from the world of sports on a morning show. Mike Greenberg(Host), Jalen Rose(Host)
12:00 PM
First Take (New) Molly Qerim is the moderator while veteran commentators Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss and deliberate the latest topics in the world of sports. Max Kellerman(Commentator), Stephen A. Smith(Commentator), Molly Qerim (Host)
2:00 PM
Jalen & Jacoby (New) Jalen Rose and David Jacoby discuss the latest news from the world of sports and pop culture, featuring an intelligent but humorous look at hot topics. Jalen Rose(Host), David Jacoby(Host)
3:00 PM
Max on Boxing (New) Veteran boxing analyst Max Kellerman provides expert commentary regarding the latest boxing news, previews upcoming fights and interviews prominent fighters. Max Kellerman(Host)
3:30 PM
UFC Live Fight Night Norfolk Analysts preview the Fight Night 169 card and the flyweight main event as Joseph Benavidez (28-5) goes up against Deiveson Figueiredo (17-1). Jon Anik(Host), Karyn Bryant(Host), John Gooden(Host), Megan Olivi(Host)
4:00 PM
High Noon (New) Sports talk radio host Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, senior writer for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com, weigh in on the latest issues in the world of sports, pro Bomani Jones(Host), Pablo S. Torre(Host)
4:30 PM
Highly Questionable (New) Pablo Torre and Mina Kimes join Dan Le Batard as he provides his thoughtful, irreverent and often humorous perspective on the world of sports. Dan Le Batard(Host)
5:00 PM
Around the Horn (New) Tony Reali hosts Mina Kimes, Woody Paige, Kevin Blackistone, and Bob Ryan to banter about sports stories of the day in a competitive game format. Tony Reali(Host)
5:30 PM
Pardon the Interruption (New) Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon, longtime colleagues and friends, engage in verbal sparring during a fast-paced and wide-ranging discussion about sports. Tony Kornheiser(Host), Mike Wilbon(Host)
6:00 PM
Daily Wager (New) Host and sports oddsmakers break down the latest betting action around sports, discussing recent lines on marquee matchups and possible upsets. Doug Kezirian(Host)
7:00 PM
College Basketball Davidson Wildcats at Dayton Flyers from University of Dayton Arena No. 4 Dayton (26-2, 15-0) won four of its last five meetings with Davidson (15-12, 9-6) after a 74-73 win last season behind an Obi Toppin double-double.
9:00 PM
College Basketball Texas State Bobcats at UT Arlington Mavericks from College Park Center UT Arlington (13-16, 9-9) won its last five meetings with Texas State (19-10, 12-6) after a 64-62 win on Jan. 25 behind 19 points from David Azore.
11:00 PM
SportsCenter (New) The worldwide leader in sports covers all the important stories of the day, including game highlights, player interviews and special segments. Scott Van Pelt(Anchor), Kevin Neghandi(Anchor), Hannah Storm(Anchor), Chris McKendry(Anchor), Jay Crawford(Anchor)
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