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 “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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WATCH: Penn State WR Jahan Dotson hauls in jaw-dropping one-handed TD catch vs. Ohio State


No. 3 Ohio State and No. 18 Penn State are squaring off in Happy Valley on Saturday, and Nittany Lions wide receiver Jahan Dotson brought the goods. 

Down 31-13 early in the fourth quarter, Sean Clifford hit Dotson on a 37-yarder on third-and-17 to get to the Ohio State 20-yard line. It as no ordinary catch, though, as the ball was tipped around before Dotson trapped it with his left hand against helmet. One play later, however, Dotson really had college football fans losing their minds when he hauled in a highlight-reel, one-handed catch — this time with his left hand — for a 20-yard touchdown to cut Ohio State’s lead to 31-19 at the time. 

Check out the second of the two unbelievable catches by the 5-foot-11, 182-pound junior from Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

That’s not even fair, and both catches were made despite good coverage from Ohio State’s defense.

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Watch the 2021 Ford Bronco July 13 Debut

From Car and Driver

  • Ford will reveal its 2021 Bronco lineup to the world using what marketers call a “roadblock” across Disney television channels ABC, ESPN, and National Geographic.
  • Unfortunate nomenclature aside, the reveal starts at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, July 13, and will also be available to stream on Ford’s YouTube page and Ford’s social media accounts.
  • The reason for all the hype? Ford will start taking $100 reservations for the new Bronco models right when the cameras start rolling at 8 p.m.

You may have noticed that Ford is about to bring back the Bronco. Nostalgia for this brand hits some people pretty hard, and Ford is tweaking all the knobs it can—including basically taking over Disney’s media channels for a few minutes—to get people even more amped up. It’s all happening Monday evening, and if you want to join the party to be the first

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