This is what happens when I have to drive my mother in and around Boston. I can’t listen to Howard Stern on Sirius or Mike & Mike on ESPN Radio when they’re on breaks. Again, I won’t have internet access at work for the next few days. While that’s getting resolved, I’ll have to resort to listening to regular radio and also getting info later in the day. My apologies to you, but here we go.
I’m sure Mike & Mike talked about this today. They’re going to be the second team on the opening weekend doubleheader for Monday Night Football on ESPN along with Mike Ditka and Fang’s Bites fav, Bonnie Bernstein. Last year, ESPN had Brad Nessler and Dick Vermeil. This year, Mike & Mike get the second game. USA Today’s Michael McCarthy has the story. Mike & Mike have been kind of auditioning for the job doing Monday Night Arena Football League games. Broadcasting & Cable magazine has a blurb on that plus gives a list of celebrities who will attend the absolutely horrid ESPY Awards.
I gave you the link to this yesterday, but here’s official word that the New York Knicks and Rangers will remain on 1050 ESPN Radio.
Yesterday, I linked to a recap of ESPN President George Bodenheimer’s appearance at a Des Moines, IA luncheon. The Des Moines Register caught up with Bodenheimer afterwards.
You know about Brett Hull leaving NBC Sports.
The Pac 10 Conference has announced its TV schedule for football.
Subscribers to Insight Cable aren’t getting selected St. Louis Cardinals games on FSN Midwest.
I’ll look for more links tonight.