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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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A look back at the remarkable career of Lindsey Vonn; 5-foot-3 Hornets legend Muggsy Bogues opens up about the unique bond he shares with his older brother; Patriots running back Sony Michel on his Haitian pride; meet the World's Ugliest Dog.
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The legacy of Declan Sullivan, who died while filming a 2010 Notre Dame football practice.
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Jeremy Schaap sits down with fallen Cubs icon Sammy Sosa; the story behind an incredible discovery and ultimate closure for the family of an astronaut.
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Deland McCullough's improbable journey and unbelievable discovery.
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Interview with legendary broadcaster Bob Costas; how a football team in Parkland, Fla., has coped with the mass shooting one year ago; a personal tale of how LeBron James blocked Chris Tucker... in church.
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Rams' Ndamukong Suh on his reputation as a dirty player; Patriots' Julian Edelman on being Brady's favorite target; an untold Steve Young Super Bowl tale; a sneak peek at E:60's new season.
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How some fans paid for Super Bowl tickets they never received; the memorable friendship between an inspirational fan and the New England Patriots; a preview of the new Deion Sanders "30 for 30."
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Patriots special teams' standout opens up about his first sport, rugby, and the loss of his father; Barry Melrose visits the best hockey and hair in Minnesota; inside the wild world of Super Bowl tickets.
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An NBA anthem singer's inspirational journey; sports power couple Zach Ertz and Julie Ertz; an update on a former Bengals superstar fighting for his family; coach Dabo Swinney tells a story.
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A story told by Clemson football coach Dabo Sweeney along with some other college football stories on the morning before the College Football National Championship.
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Features the biggest names and best stories of 2018.
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She's a star on the USWNT, he's a star on the Philadelphia Eagles -- meet power couple Julie and Zach Ertz; the Emmy-winning story of Jake Olson, the USC long snapper who became the first blind player in college football to play in a Division I game.
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The legacy of Declan Sullivan, who lost his life in 2010 while filming a Notre Dame football practice.
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Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey carries on a family legacy; the controversial coach behind a high school football dynasty; what could be lurking in stadium food.
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ESPN's morning sports magazine show, featuring the biggest names and stories in sports.
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The story behind one of the most tragic and transcendent events in soccer history - the 2016 Chapecoense soccer club plane crash.
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Temperamental and flamboyant, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce reveals a different side; high school students from Baltimore help a former basketball player they had never heard of reach the hall of fame.
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Once a star quarterback at Kentucky, the "Hefty Lefty" is now in the fight of his life; a minor league player determined to reach the majors changes course, forever changed by unthinkable tragedy.
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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott pays tribute to the person who made him what he is today; a former businessman who now makes a living catching marathon cheaters.
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Eight years after tragedy strikes during a Notre Dame football practice, Declan Sullivan's family shares his legacy; a 7-year-old girl and a technological breakthrough gets her to the World Series mound; the story behind the Minneapolis Miracle.

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