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FS1's challenge to ESPN's "SportsCenter" in the form of "Fox Sports Live" lasted a little more than two years, with the effort failing in part because traditional sports highlight shows no longer have broad appeal. A new iteration focuses on the chemistry of returning co-anchors Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole (this time they even get title recognition!) in a format that showcases their personalities, senses of humor and interviewing skills.

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