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Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.

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aired 144 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 144 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 144 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 145 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 145 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 145 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 145 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 145 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 146 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 146 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 146 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 146 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 147 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 148 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 148 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 148 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 149 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 150 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 150 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 150 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.
aired 150 days ago
Since joining ESPN in 2001, Scott Van Pelt has filled a variety of roles, from lead professional golf reporter to co-host of his own ESPN Radio show. Now he's up at midnight and bringing his unique perspective on games people play to "SportsCenter" viewers. The hourlong, late-night show promises to deliver what "SportsCenter" fans are used to -- news and highlights, guests and interviews -- but in a different, fast-paced, progressive way. It's all driven by the host's self-deprecating wit and passion for sports, with featured elements, including Van Pelt's nightly "1 Big Thing" commentary, setting it apart from other "SportsCenter" editions.

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