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McIlvoy and Garvin acknowledged on camera that the final play took place off camera, and Channel 2 aired the play during its sportscast about 20 minutes later.
Anticipation toward the bout is featured on nightly sportscasts and is a frequent topic on local and national talk shows.
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Origin and Etymology of sportscast
First Known Use: 1930See Words from the same year
SPORTSCAST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sportscast for English Language Learners
: a television or radio broadcast of a sports event or of news about sports
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