from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A radio or television broadcast of a sports event or of sports news.
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- n. The part of a news program reporting on sports and athletics.
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- v. broadcast a sports event
- n. a broadcast of sports news or commentary
We will get in spirited 60-to-90 second debates in the middle of a sportscast about Dan Snyder.
Some of the scenarios showcased in "Como Evitar Enamorarse del Hombre Equivocado" seem hackneyed the "it's-not-you-it's-me" breakup scene, the husband who keeps an eye on a sportscast while having sex with his wife.
Brenner never took himself or his subject matter all too seriously, producing a highly entertaining sportscast that included his "weenie of the week" feature and a local nun picking NFL winners against the point spread.
It feels wrong to recognize the Tiger anniversary, but surely there will be those who acknowledge it, with a quick note in an evening sportscast or perhaps a creepy crawl at the bottom of the screen:
Brian Collins 'sportscast to get to the Internet catch phrase.
Guyer, as we just saw, suggests that all of our conscious experiences might have featured a time clock, much like a television sportscast or a video camera (1987: 244; cf. Strawson 1966).
Every night in most big cities the sportscast reports the hockey scores.
The video in question (which can be seen at below) shows a young Sarah Palin, then Sarah Heath, reading a sportscast during her brief stint as a local broadcaster at KTUU in Anchorage back in 1988.
Synchronism, transcript of an old Imus sportscast with Mike Breen, that starts with I Am Woman, reporting on ladies' golf.
We still have to do fixes because the sportscast is re-aired seven times throughout the morning.