Sage Marie Steele (born November 28, 1972) is an American television anchor who is the co-host of the 12pm (ET) SportsCenter on ESPN. She also hosts SportsCenter on the Road from various sporting events such as the Super Bowl and The Masters. Steele formerly hosted NBA Countdown on ESPN and ABC for four seasons, ending in 2017.
- Carmel High School Carmel, IN, Indiana University
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Dec 15, 2020 · Sage Steele will no longer be anchoring the almighty daily 6 p.m. edition of SportsCenter. According to ESPN: “Steele will move to the noon ET edition of SportsCenter as co-anchor after the College...
Jul 22, 2020 · ESPN star Sage Steele told network president Jimmy Pitaro she thinks she was excluded from the network’s special on race in June, believing two of her black colleagues, Elle Duncan and Michael...
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Apr 28, 2021 · ESPN SportsCenter co-host Sage Steele is facing backlash for a social media post that followed a message from a Los Angeles Police Department officer to LeBron James for tweeting about Columbus ...
Jan 30, 2018 · Steele, a self-proclaimed Army brat, went through a similar ordeal when she slammed Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans for kneeling during the national anthem following Trump's presidential election win...
Dec 09, 2020 · Journalists are the front face of recent happenings and news. Among such, a dedicated person working as an anchor for the past decades is Sage Steele. Her work as the co-host of the 6 pm (ET) SportsCenter on ESPN is remarkable. Let’s find out more about Sage’s journey as a journalist and details on her personal life.
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