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How to watch, listen to, and stream the 2021 NFL draft

The preamble and speculation is nearly at an end — the 2021 NFL draft gets underway at 8:00 p.m. EST on Thursday night, and here’s how you can watch and stream all the festivities.

Of course, you’ll want to keep it on Touchdown Wire through the entire draft, as Doug Farrar and Mark Schofield will be providing live analysis of the entire first round on Thursday night, comprehensive wrap-ups of all the happenings on Days 2 and 3, and the final grades when it’s all done on Saturday evening. In addition, check out what Luke Easterling, Laurie Fitzpatrick, and our friends over at Draft Wire are doing.

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For the 15th year, NFL Network provides live on-location coverage of the NFL Draft. NFL Network’s coverage of the 2021 NFL Draft from Cleveland kicks off Thursday, April 29 at 8:00 PM ET with first round coverage

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ESPN features Texas Tech’s Crazy Finish v LSU [Watch]

News Highlights: ESPN features Texas Tech’s Crazy Finish v LSU [Watch]

Scott Van Pelt is one of the last major sports anchors on TV. A connection to the heyday of ESPN and SportsCenter when it was TV you must see.

Today, SVP hosts a pm segment of SportsCenter and has a wildly popular segment called Bad Beats. The segment will go through sports betting scenarios that look like they are going one way, then quickly going the other way.

The Red Raiders were part of the Monday night segment with Van Pelt highlighting the Texas Tech-LSU match in which the Red Raiders went from seven to five with just over a minute left. More painful for gamblers than just the great comeback is that LSU also failed to cover the spread after a brutal foul call with less than two seconds left.

Van Pelt’s co-host couldn’t believe the referees even

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Katrina Kaif in Red Sports Bra and Tights is Setting Fitness Goals, Does Pilates with Yasmin Karachiwala- Watch Video



Katrina Kaif looking at the camera: Katrina Kaif (Photo Courtesy: Instagram/@katrinakaif)


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Katrina Kaif (Photo Courtesy: Instagram/@katrinakaif)

Actor Katrina Kaif is known for her impeccable acting skills, dancing chops and her love for fitness. The actor recently uploaded a video of herself doing Pilates with fitness professional Yasmin Karachiwala. Katrina’s workout video will surely beat your mid-week blues.

Sporting a red sports bra and matching tights, and hair neatly tied in a ponytail, Katrina can be seen sweating out in the gym. Her instructor Yasmin also shared the video and revealed that Katrina Kaif initially said that Pilates is for lazy people and it took 15 years for Yasmin to change her mind. “The 1st time @katrinakaif did Pilates, she said it was for lazy people!!!! It’s taken 15 years to change her mind and now she loves it 😊😊 I smile & say, ‘Better late than Never’

Check out the video:

Katrina shared the

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How to watch the 2020 Masters: TV, streaming information

Excitement for the first fall Masters is building as Augusta National Golf Club is set to take center stage in November for the first time.

The annual April event was moved seven months down the calendar out of concerns for COVID-19. As such, patrons will be be allowed on site.

“Given the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, the delivery of quality content is as important as ever to the storytelling of the Masters Tournament,” Fred Ridley, Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, said in a statement posted on Masters.com. “While we will dearly miss our patrons at Augusta National this fall, we are excited to showcase what promises to be a truly memorable Masters in a variety of ways for viewers around the world.”

But the viewing experience is getting bigger and better.

Long-time broadcast partner CBS will team up with ESPN to provide 18 hours of live television

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