The struggling three-hour morning show that launched with high expectations on April 2 will be reduced to two hours, with SportsCenter taking over the 7 a.m. ET hour, ESPN announced. Co-host Beadle will exit after Aug. 29 and move to Los Angeles to host NBA Countdown. The news of Beadle's departure comes one day after she said she was boycotting watching college football and the NFL for the second year in a row because she feels football doesn't care about women. This led to a backlash questioning how somebody can co-host a daily sports show without watching two of the most important sports -- and a backlash to the backlash pointing out that most sports TV hosts probably don't watch much sports on television. Beadle's exit was reportedly already in the works when she made her football comments on Thursday. ESPN spent a lot of money on Get Up!, including $14.5 million in salaries for its three co-hosts, yet it hasn't been able to find a substantial audience.