Looking for a specific video clip, event summary, or sports news story on ESPN.com? Use the search feature on ESPN.com to filter and sort your way through ESPN.com's content database until you find what you want! We'll show you how to do it here.
Go to www.espn.go.com and click the magnifying glass icon in the main menu.
Type your search terms, and then click a suggestion or click View All Results for "[X]".
Use the search filters and result page navigation to find the result that you want.
Click on the result to access it.
Go to www.espn.go.com in your web browser. In the main menu across the top, click the magnifying glass icon.
A box will appear allowing you to input your search terms. As you type, ESPN.com will make suggestions on teams, leagues, or athletes that you may be looking for. Click a suggestion to go right to its respective page on ESPN.com, or click View All Results for "[Your Search Terms]" to search for all instances of the terms that you typed in.
On the search results screen, you can use the arrow buttons in the top-right corner to move forward or backward in pages of results. You can also click in the number box here and type in a number to go to a specific page of results.
Click on a result to view it.
If you're having trouble finding what you're looking for right off the bat, tou can filter your results with the options on the left-hand side. Click All, Stories, Video, Audio, or Photos to only see content of that type as results.
You can also click in the boxes underneath "Filter By Date" and set a start date and/or end date (in month/day/year numeric fashion) for a filter, and then click Go to only display results posted after the start date and/or before the end date.
You can also narrow down your results by clicking on the "+" icon beside "Refine Search" (clicking the "-" icon hides these options). Then, click on one of the options here to only show results for a particular sport, section, author, team, "insider"/non-"insider", and so on.
That's a brief overview of how to work the search functions on ESPN.com!
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