's Media Awards: Best, worst from 2013

Wednesday December 18th, 2013
Jay Bilas combined insight into the game on the court as well as the business of college sports.
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Michele Tafoya proved a reliable resource of news during Sunday Night Football telecasts.
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Katherine Webb's appearance at Alabama's national title game became a focus of ESPN's coverage.
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Jay Glazer got an exclusive interview with Richie Incognito in the wake of the Miami bullying scandal.
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Skip Bayless (ESPN and Hall of Famer in this category), Michael Irvin (NFL Network and Hall of Famer in this category), Craig James (unattached, Hall of Famer in this category), Mike Lupica (ESPN) and Mark May (ESPN).

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