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ESPN is known for its flagship scores and highlights program, "SportsCenter," so it's no surprise that spinoff channel ESPNU has their own retooled version of the popular show. "SportsCenterU" follows the same successful format as its big brother, but the emphasis here is strictly on college sports, namely football, men's and women's basketball, hockey, baseball, softball and lacrosse. Studio anchors join student campus correspondents to cover the latest news in the world of intercollegiate athletics.

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