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ESPN will allow two lucky fans the chance to debate Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman on actual television

First Take’s ratings have been in a free-fall ever since Skip Bayless departed the standard bearer for the three ring circus of staged televised sports debates. Ratings have fallen 30% over last year at First Take as fans have either left to go watch Bayless at FS1 or have abandoned the morning debate format entirely. In […] The post ESPN will allow two lucky fans the chance to debate Stephen A.
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