Let’s give you some links.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes that CBS’ Jim Nantz lost sight of the big picture in the Chargers-Packers game on Sunday.
Neil Best of Newsday writes about TBS coming into the MLB postseason game and he mentions the strange exchange between Mike Patrick and Todd Blackledge on ESPN. And Best has ESPN’s spin of Patrick’s comments in his blog.
Mark McCarter of the Huntsville (AL) Times tackles the Mike Patrick comments.
The Chicago Sun-Times says Cubs fans without cable won’t be able to see their team in the playoffs because TBS has the League Division Series and the League Championship Series and neither will be available on free TV. Paul Sullivan blogs in the Chicago Tribune that Chip Carey and Steve Stone could be re-teamed on the Cubs playoffs games for TBS. Carey and Stone worked Cubs games on WGN until 2004.
The New York Daily News’ Bob Raissman praises SNY’s Mets analyst Keith Hernandez for being honest about the team.
Jim Williams of the Baltimore/DC Examiner has his regular Tuesday column.
Anthony Crupi in Mediaweek writes that while the ratings for Sunday and Monday Night Football are down, there’s no need for panic.
Dave Del Grande of the Oakland Tribune says the Bay Area CBS and Fox affiliates don’t understand the NFL TV blackout rules which prevented both from airing a late game even though the Raiders were not shown locally.
Motor Sports TV critic John Daly writes in his Daly Planet blog that ESPN on ABC’s Nextel Cup broadcasts are still a work in progress.
The TV Voice of the Portland Trail Blazers, Mike Barrett, says there will be 76 regular season games combined on the new Comcast SportsNet Northwest and KGW-TV.
David Naylor in the Toronto Globe and Mail blogs that Canadians can be seen on American college football broadcasts.
William Houston of the Toronto Globe and Mail writes about Sherali Najak who will oversee Hockey Night in Canada on CBC. Najak has a very interesting story on how he got to Canada from Uganda.
The Canadian Press has a story on NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman including his statements on the cable TV contract.
That will do it for now. Check back for possible updates.