Ian Darke's future, Andrew Catalon's apology, more

Monday March 24th, 2014
Ian Darke will lead ESPN's World Cup coverage this year and at the European Championships in 2016.
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Greg Anthony has moved from the studio to become one of Jim Nantz's game partners in the tourney.
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Mike Francesa's appeal beyond New York will be tested when his show appears on Fox Sports 1 and 2.
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10h. ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas made a great decision with his first Twitter follow.

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