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It's a short-lived sports-themed attempt at [[The Newlywed Game]] only with athletes instead of married couples.
 
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'''''Teammmates''''' (or ''ESPN Teammates'') was a short-lived sports-themed version of ''[[The Newlywed Game]]'' but only with athletes instead of married couples.
   
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== In Popular Culture ==
==Broadcast==
 
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Scott was also mention as the host of another ESPN sports quiz show, ''Stump the Schwab,'' featuring Howie Schwab.
   
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He was awarded with an ESPY for contribution to televised sports journalism.
ESPN April 12, 2005-May 17, 2005
 
   
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11 entire 30-minute episodes of Teammates have been uploaded to Dailymotion, ESPN's official YouTube channel, and this wiki.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:23, 30 June 2020

Host
Stuart Scott
Broadcast
ESPN Teammates.jpg
ESPN: 4/12/05-5/17/05

Teammmates (or ESPN Teammates) was a short-lived sports-themed version of The Newlywed Game but only with athletes instead of married couples.

In Popular Culture[]

Scott was also mention as the host of another ESPN sports quiz show, Stump the Schwab, featuring Howie Schwab.

He was awarded with an ESPY for contribution to televised sports journalism.

External link[]

11 entire 30-minute episodes of Teammates have been uploaded to Dailymotion, ESPN's official YouTube channel, and this wiki.