Monthly Archives: October 2007

Tom Brady on Comcast SportsNet

Press release from Comcast SportsNet New England: MIKE FELGER GOES ONE-ON-ONE WITH TOM BRADY ON COMCAST SPORTSNET’S MOHEGAN SUN SPORTS TONIGHT BURLINGTON, MA – Tonight on Mohegan Sun Sports Tonight, Mike Felger goes one-on-one with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. The interview can be seen on the 6:30 and 10 p.m. editions of Mohegan Sun Sports […]

Primetime Viewing Picks

NBA/Dallas at Cleveland – ESPN, 8 p.m.Private Practice – ABC, 9 p.m.Hotel Babylon – BBC America, 9 p.m.Inside the NFL – HBO, 10 p.m.The Sarah Silverman Program – Comedy Central, 10:30 p.m.NBA/Seattle at Denver – ESPN, 10:30 p.m.

Various Wednesday Afternoon Links

A few links for you this afternoon. First, Phil Swann of the TV Predictions website reports that DirecTV has finally added the NHL Network in both High and Standard Definition as of today. It’s located at channel 215 if you’re wondering. Dish Network has added NBA TV in HD. Nice to have Jim Williams of […]

Season 4 of Veronica Mars (alas .. what could have been)

So sad not having Veronica Mars on TV somewhere this season. I don’t know who posted this on YouTube, but I’m cherishing this. This would have been the premiere of Season 4 had The CW picked it up. VM in the FBI. This would have been good. Instead, Kristen Bell is on Heroes. Oh, what […]

Wednesday Links and Maybe Some Other Stuff

Let’s get to some links. We had a lot late last night so let’s see what we have now. Starting with USA Today, Michael Hiestand writes that CBS will not do any extra hype for Sunday’s New England-Indianapolis game which is good. If Fox or ESPN had the game, you would see hype up the […]

Some Tuesday Night Links or TBS Hot Corner was Pretty Popular

Checking around the ‘net for links this evening, I came across a few things that I did not cover earlier today so I’ll give you some stuff before turning in for the evening. Before going into the links, watching the coverage of the Red Sox Rolling Rally from New England Cable News through MLB.com was […]

Primetime Viewing Picks

E:60 – ESPN, 7 p.m.NHL/Pittsburgh at Minnesota – Versus, 7 p.m.It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown – ABC, 8 p.m.NBA/Portland at San Antonio – TNT, 8 p.m.Nip/Tuck – FX, 10 p.m.NBA/Houston at LA Lakers – TNT, 10:30 p.m.

More Tuesday Links

Time to give some more links. I drove past a Taco Bell in Norwood, MA and the line was already long. It was 2:30 p.m. Taco Bell at least in my surrounding area is probably thinking this was a great promotion. Getting to our links, the Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand and Daniel Kaplan co-author […]

Our Tuesday Links

I’m watching NESN’s coverage of the Red Sox Rolling Rally through redsox.com. There are other ways to watch it, either through Boston’s 5ABC, WBZ TV or Channel 7, but they’re all taking the interviews from NESN why not just watch NESN, it’s just easier. But MLB.com has decided to pick up coverage from New England […]

Some Monday Night Links

Ok, I wasn’t able to update you earlier today, but I can now so let’s get to some linkage. First, let’s give you the overnight ratings for Game 4 of the World Series which beat all comers last night. The Sports Media Watch says the World Series finished strong for Fox. CNBC’s Darren Rovell says […]

Primetime Viewing Picks

How I Met Your Mother – CBS, 8 p.m.NHL/San Jose at Dallas – Versus – 8 p.m.Monday Night Football/Green Bay at Denver – ESPN, 8:30 p.m. (at its regular time with no World Series game tonight)Jon & Kate Plus 8 – TLC, 9 p.m.CSI: Miami – CBS, 10 p.m.

Back to Work Monday Links or the Red Sox Hangover

Well, after watching two World Series games go past midnight (especially Saturday’s which went beyond four hours) this weekend, Red Sox fans in New England and across the Eastern and Central time zones are a bleary eyed on this back to work day. Usually, I’m not like the Eastern media writers who constantly complain about […]

Videos of the Week – Crazy College Football Plays

In the wake of yesterday’s crazy 15 laterals by Division III Trinity to win over Millsap on the final play of the game, let’s give you some crazy plays. First, if you haven’t seen it, here’s the play. Count them, 15 laterals and Trinity beats Millsap to win, 28-24. On November 23, 1984, Boston College’s […]

Sunday Morning Linkage

Let’s give you some links this morning and sometime before the World Series, I’ll do the Videos of the Week. I still haven’t decided the theme as of yet. First, Neil Best is not happy over the length of Saturday’s World Series Game 3 which went four hours and nineteen minutes (a full nine innings!) […]

NFL Picks for Week 8

Thanks to the World Series which went until 1 a.m. ET, I neglected to do my NFL Picks. Since we’re getting close to the start of the games, I’ll do them Quick Hits style. Last week, I told you it would be a tricky week to pick games and I was only 8-6 for an […]

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