If you haven’t watched SportsCenter yet, now’s your chance to get started!
Here’s the quick rundown on what you need to know:The ESPN SportsCenter team is back with its first ever crossword game!
The game features answers to the most important sports questions ever posed to a live studio audience.
The questions were chosen by the fans and the panelists.
The winner of the crossword will get to watch ESPN’s “SportsCenter Live” during the show’s regular programming block on Wednesday, October 19 at 11:30 a.m.
The crossword question that was chosen for the “SportsCup” is this: How many of the five letters in the word “Sports” are spelled with an apostrophe?
(ABC/ESPN)The answer: three.
The “Sports Cup” crossword asks fans to guess what five letters stand for “Sports.”
In this case, “S” stands for “Stadium,” “S.” stands for the San Antonio Spurs, “C” stands as “Covfefe” and “T” stands the Texas Longhorns.
Fans were asked to answer the questions in five minutes.
The answer is “T-L-O-U.”
The first ever “Sports Cup” game was hosted by sports show host Michael Cole on March 14.
The show has since been cancelled.
This year’s “Crossword Cup” features questions posed to live studio audiences.
The first time the crosswords were played, they were given to viewers in the U.S. by a panel of experts who also were asked about their favorite sports teams.
The panelists were ESPN analysts Alex Marvez, Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Berman, former NFL reporter Adam Schefter, NBA analyst Kevin Pelton and former NFL player and ESPN analyst Jay Glazer.