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ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.

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aired 78 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 78 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 78 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 78 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 79 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 79 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 81 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 81 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 81 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 82 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 83 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 83 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 84 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 84 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 84 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.
aired 85 days ago
ESPN adds another debate-centered show to its programming lineup, joining a crowded field that includes the likes of "First Take," "SportsNation," "Pardon the Interruption" and "Around the Horn." The newcomer stars friends and colleagues Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, who bat around the hot sports topics of the day in a fast-paced, free-flowing manner. Known not only for sports commentary but also for his frank discussion of social topics, Jones has been contributing to ESPN as a writer and commentator for more than 10 years. Torre, who joined ESPN in 2012, is a senior writer at ESPN the Magazine and ESPN.com.

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