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ESPN’s Michael Smith will host ‘SportsCenter’ solo during Jemele Hill suspension

In the wake of Jemele Hill’s two-week suspension Monday by ESPN for what the network called violations of its social media policy, Michael Smith declined to anchor the 6 p.m. edition of “SportsCenter” that day without his usual co-host. Another anchor, Matt Barrie, filled in, but Smith was back on set Tuesday without a partner — an arrangement […]
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