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ESPN to broadcast GoDaddy Bowl game for 2014

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The Entertainment and Sports Programming Network (ESPN) had planned on using their main cable TV and satellite TV programming service (also called ESPN) to broadcast live programming about the GoDaddy Bowl, a collegiate football game scheduled to take place at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile (with the football teams of Ball State University and Arkansas State University), on Sunday, January 5th, starting at 8:00 p.m. (the game was scheduled to begin shortly after that time).

(note: according to the official World Wide Web site for the organizers of the game, the reason the game would not be called the GoDaddy.com Bowl like previous bowl games sponsored by the company GoDaddy is because some members of the company had decided for the game to only be called the GoDaddy Bowl out of concern for the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers' (ICANN) plans to start delegating new Internet domain name extensions (similar to .com) in the year 2013).

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