SCHEDULES & SCORES:

How We Aggregate

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Why get your sports news from one source when you can get it from all of them?

 

1. Web scrape 67 sports topics twice daily.

2. Delete the junk and only keep the most interesting articles from the best and most popular sources.

3. Rearrange or curate the articles for easy “headline reading”.

 

 

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