I hope you set your clocks back one hour before you went to bed last night. For me, it was nice to get an hour extra of sleep. Now that we have our extra hour, it’s time to give you the links for today.
The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick sarcastically calls for an instant replay rule in baseball.
Bob Raissman of the New York Post, without any proof by the way, says the NFL is helping to hide the evidence from Spygate for Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Sounds to me like Raissman is a Jets fan.
Neil Best of Newsday says it’s tough to listen to the New York Rangers at night in certain parts of Long Island. And in his blog, Best adds an anecdote to his column. Finally as Neil is about to go on vacation, he suggests readers take the day off from watching TV especially after an epic sports day yesterday. What about Patriots-Colts, Neil?
The Houston Chronicle’s David Barron writes in his Four DVRs, no waiting blog about one Patriots fan club which is congregating to watch the Patriots-Colts game today. Houston is one of two markets that won’t be getting Pats-Colts. Cleveland is the other.
Greg Johnson in today’s Los Angeles Times tries to explain the complicated NFL “secondary market” rules of which LA is one to San Diego and the nation’s second market sometimes does not get the featured NFL doubleheader game.
Jeff Elliot of the Florida Times-Union writes that college football and the NFL have garnered high ratings in the Jacksonville market.
Dan Coughlin writes in the Chronicle-Telegram of Ohio that sports fans never had it so good especially when it comes to get getting games on TV. Coughlin is talking about the Cleveland market not getting the Patriots-Colts today.
The Chicago Tribune’s Ed Sherman looks at the Chicago Blackhawks’ decision to put 6-8 home games on Comcast SportsNet.
John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review looks at how Monday Night Football has changed over the years as the ESPN road show comes into the Steel City for tomorrow’s Ravens-Steelers game.
Jeff Smith of The Oregonian writes that Lee Corso of College Gameday continues to show his love for the Ducks.
I’m going to do Videos of the Week now. I’ll be back later tonight with a recap of the first episode of The Amazing Race.