Sometimes ESPN sends news releases so long and complicated that trying to boil them down into digestible posts makes me dizzy.
So I'm just going to post this one in ESPN's own words, as I feel obligated to share it, given that it seems to be sort of, vaguely, distantly related to the old "Wide World of Sports," and I am the unofficial sports blogger of the baby boom generation.
Also, it mentions Marcellus Wiley, for whom I have had a soft spot since I covered him during his Columbia football days.
ESPN Sports Saturday, a new block of sports programming on ABC, will launch Saturday, April 3, from 4-6 p.m. ET, it was announced by John Skipper, ESPN executive vice president, content. The two-hour window will consist of a new 60-minute, highlight-driven series titled Winners Bracket and a mix of some of ESPN’s most distinctive offerings, including films from the acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series, episodes of ESPN’s award-winning newsmagazine E:60 and installments of the interview-focused Homecoming with