Some articles on games, game, night games, night game, night:
... (which ended TBS' coverage), TNT has aired playoff games alone, including (in 2003 only) some weekday tripleheaders ... The tripleheaders, which were criticized by both fans and many in the media, consisted of one game at 600 p.m ... and a final game at 1100 p.m ...
... companies debut elaborate commercials during the game ... contracts, which began during the 2006 season, regular season games are broadcast on five networks CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN, and the NFL Network ... Regionally shown games are broadcast on Sundays on CBS and Fox, carrying the AFC and NFC teams respectively (the traveling team deciding the broadcast station in the ...
... Night games have become a San Diego State University football tradition ... The first SDSU night game was played on September 25, 1930 at Lane Field ... Over 5,000 fans attended the game to watch the Aztecs beat the San Diego Marines 39-0 ...
... earned broadcast rights to a series of Sunday night NFL games, which were to air during the second half of the season, beginning in the 1987 season ... by which time the NFL had expanded its Sunday night offerings to the full season and added Turner Sports as a broadcast partner ... During the first season of ESPN Sunday Night NFL (as it was then branded) in 1987, the network's announcing booth had Mike Patrick, Roy Firestone, and a weekly "guest color commentator." Joe Theismann took over as ...
... brightness or the noise and crowds from night games ... opposed the idea simply due to the fact that the Cubs' stance as the last team to resist night baseball was a point of pride, as it was seen as a vestige of baseball's heritage as a ... which Hartnett hit a crucial home run in the bottom of the ninth of a game on the verge of being called for darkness, helping the Cubs to win the 1938 pennant ...
Famous quotes containing the words games and/or night:
“As long as lightly all their livelong sessions,
Like a yardful of schoolboys out at recess
Before their plays and games were organized,
They yelling mix tag, hide-and-seek, hopscotch,
And leapfrog in each others way alls well.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“By night we lingered on the lawn,
For underfoot the herb was dry;
And genial warmth; and oer the sky
The silvery haze of summer drawn;”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)