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How did the Boston Red Sox mount the greatest comeback in sports history against their hated rivals, the New York Yankees? What did Reggie Miller do to become so despised by New York Knicks fans? How did the legendary battles between Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova change women's tennis? What were the origins of the rivalry between Auburn and Alabama? How did Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes prepare for their epic bout in 1980? All these great rivalries are about to take center stage.

ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Rivalries Collection is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on March 14, 2010.

Where do I stream ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Rivalries Collection online? ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Rivalries Collection is available for streaming on ESPN, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Rivalries Collection on demand at iTunes online.

1 Season, 5 Episodes
March 14, 2010
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ESPN Films: 30 for 30, Rivalries Collection Full Episode Guide

  • With two Heisman trophies, two national championships and one crazed fan, the biggest rivalry in college sports, Auburn vs. Alabama, has reached new heights in the last two years. This is the story of the history between the two programs, the bad blood between its fans and how this intense rivalry came to a pinnacle, just when they ended up needing each other most.

  • In October of 1980, Muhammad Ali was preparing to fight for an unprecedented fourth heavyweight title against his friend and former sparring partner Larry Holmes.

  • Reggie Miller single-handedly crushed the hearts of Knick fans multiple times. But it was the 1995 Eastern Conference Semifinals which solidified Miller as Public Enemy #1 in New York City. With moments to go in Game 1, and facing a seemingly insurmountable deficit of 105-99, Miller scored eight points in 8.9 seconds to give his Indiana Pacers an astonishing victory. This career-defining performance, combined with his give-and-take with Knicks fan Spike Lee, made Miller and the Knicks a highlight of the 1995 NBA playoffs. Peabody Award-winning director Dan Klores will explore how Miller proudly built his legend as "The Garden's Greatest Villain".