A) The Lakers, especially the Shaq/Kobe/Jackson feud.
B) Barry Bonds.
C) The Yankees/Red Sox rivalry.
Manny Knows Best
The Favre Saga
The Misadventures of T.O.
The Red Sox Chronicles (or sometimes a rerun of Yankee Country)
repeat the cycle until 2PM EST.
And check this, they leave women doing the morning shift.
Viewer: Man, even Sportscenter could use an offseason.
New York Jets
Los Angeles Lakers
The occasional Hockey/Golf/Tennis/some other sport ESPN doesn't care about
New England Patriots
Top Ten (or Not Top Ten if it's Friday)
And that's your basic hour of SportsCenter
"Keeping Up With The Cowdashians" (Cowboys)
"Patriot Way" (Patriots/Tebow)
"The Quarterbachelor" (Jets)
"Total Dodgers" (Dodgers)
"Red Sock Mountain" (formerly titled "The Red Sox Chronicles")
"Lebrontourage" (Briefly known as "Erik's Angels" after LeBron joined Heat)
"Diary of A Mad Black Mamba" (Lakers)
"As The Club Turns" (Tiger Woods)
"All My Crashes" (Danica Patrick)
"Johnny Football" (this is actually a like short cartoon)
and of course the Emmy award winning "Yankee Country" (Yankees)
Notable defunct shows as followed (with possibilities of each returning not ruled out, obviously):
"Manny Knows Best" (Manny Ramirez)
"The Favre Saga" (Brett Favre)
"The Misadventures of T.O." (Terrell Owens)
"Everybody Hates Barry" (Barry Bonds)
"Ocho Cinco Numero Uno" (Chad Johnson)
"Clemonpatra" (Roger Clemons)
"One Life to Lin" (Jeremy Lin)
Anchor: I don't know what you're getting at. This isn't sports, it's SportsCenter.