ESPN’s morning fix for sports junkies

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imageIf you can’t get enough of sports, jocks and punditry about them, ESPN has just the thing.

The all-sports network this morning launched a six-hour daytime version of “SportsCenter,” anchored by former Atlantan Hannah Storm and Josh Elliott (photo). I’ve always wondered why, in this age of 24/7 media outlets that ESPN always ran “SportsCenter” repeats the next morning.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution offers a Q&A with Storm, while Deadspin is live-blogging the premiere.


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