Battle of the titans
As noted earlier when testing these top websites against each other in search of one lucky winner that audiences should go to first, I said that the test would be based on 'the have and have not'. In this study, it is obvious that each website has the same basic principals in sports coverage. Each website has up dated news, scores, and other services such as games, polls and chats. The differences between the sites in these respects are so slight that it appears that each site achieves a tie for their coverage of sports. Now the intangibles, such as looks, favoritism, and of course those who are unaware of the competing website might differ and say that one website does edge out the other. Not so fast, I'm not done yet with the verdict.
In this showdown of the titans it is clear that the websites are competing in a horserace of sorts and that we have reached a photo finish? Assistant Athletic Director at Purchase College, Brian Piechowicz and graduate of Ithaca College in Sports Management said this in response to this question posed "The web makes everything easier and the best sports site is the site that suits your needs best. I wake up to ESPN on the web, but that's my comfort zone, I feel that they are the best, but the final say is up to the fan?"
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