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ESPN starts every Sunday with a story. This weekly, hourlong newsmagazine features a mix of investigative reports, big-name profiles, interviews, global issues, stories that show why sports matter, and quirky tales from off the beaten path. Bob Ley, the network's longest-serving commentator, and senior news correspondent Jeremy Schaap host the award-winning series.

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The dramatic story of Tony Mandarich, the second pick of the 1989 NFL Draft who went from being known as "The Incredible Bulk" to "The Incredible Bust." Mandarich shares his astonishing story of addiction, lies and redemption.
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The life of Icelandic professional strongman and actor Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson.
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Chronicles the rivalry between Lopez and Porter High Schools of Brownsville, Texas. Brownsville sits just two miles from the U.S. border and Mexico's Matamoros, a city plagued by drug cartels and violence.
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Former NFL player Matt Millen's incredible health journey.
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The intimate and untold stories behind the tragic bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
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The legacy of Declan Sullivan, who died while filming a 2010 Notre Dame football practice.
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ESPN's morning sports magazine show, featuring the biggest names and stories in sports.
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The U.S. Women's National Team's quest to defend its World Cup title; two brothers overcome tragedy to become wheelchair basketball champions; inside competitive eating's darkest rivalry; Bobby Valentine on his infamous "Dugout Disguise."
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NBA Draft top prospect Ja Morant; former NBA hopeful Isaiah Austin fights his way back onto the court despite health risks posed by having Marfan Syndrome; Ray Allen recalls the bizarre guest who joined the Celtics’ 2008 championship celebration.
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An interview with heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury about his rematch with Deontay Wilder; the complicated road to stardom for U.S. Women’s National Team veteran Tobin Heath; an investigation into the use of child jockeys in Indonesian horse racing.
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DeMarcus Cousins talks about battling back from injury for the NBA Finals; Alex Cora travels to his hometown in Puerto Rico; Kevin Durant and DeAndre Jordan on the most sought-after tattoo artist in the NBA; "Fist Bump Kid," six years cancer-free.
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ESPN's morning sports magazine show, featuring the biggest names and stories in sports.
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An in-depth profile of Hafthor Bjornsson, who portrays"The Mountain" on "Game of Thrones." A look at his journey from his brief career playing basketball in Iceland, to his quest to become the World's Strongest Man, to his unlikely acting career.
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Deland McCullough's improbable journey and unbelievable discovery.
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Rockets' superstar James Harden opens up about his childhood, and why he owes his success to his mother; one of the NBA's most famed halftime performers, Red Panda, and the mystery of her stolen unicycle; Coach K pays tribute to his late mother.
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The incredible comeback story of Lovely Finish, a racehorse who survived the devastating 2017 California wildfires; an introduction to the world of competitive bearding; a look back at how Dude Perfect got its start; Dabo Swinney tells a story.
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The NFL Draft's David Sills, nine years after making headlines as a 13-year-old quarterback recruit; Portland's Enes Kanter on being labeled a terrorist by Turkish government; how the McCourty twins pranked the Patriots during the 2010 Draft.
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In-depth profile of Hafthor Bjornsson, better known as "The Mountain" on "Game of Thrones"; following his journey from his brief career playing basketball in Iceland to his quest to become the World's Strongest Man and his unlikely acting career.
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A hockey fan gets the gift of life through her love of the Pittsburgh Penguins; Chris Bosh talks about the condition that forced his retirement; Coach K tells the story of how his mother influenced his coaching; "The Calhoun Project" final chapter.
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MMA star Michelle Waterson talks about balancing motherhood with her fighting career; on the heels of his blockbuster contract, a rare look at Mike Trout's life on and off the field; part three of a series on Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun.
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Part 2 of the series on coach Jim Calhoun as he attempts to build a Division III program while he fights stage 4 cancer; the remarkable story of the coach behind No. 16 seed UMBC's win over No. 1 seed Virginia last year.

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