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Rising star Cari Champion signs multi-year extension with ESPN

After putting in several long years as a host/babysitter of First Take, Cari Champion is thriving at ESPN. According to The Big Lead, Champion has reached a multi-year extension at the Worldwide Leader, which comes with an extra hour for her Coast to Coast SportsCenter show. Coast to Coast, which features the L.A.-based Champion hosting via satellite feed with Bristol-based […] The post Rising star Cari Champion signs multi-year extension with ESPN appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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