The Giants are now answering questions from the media. Inez just asked Eli Manning to marry him. He said he’s taken. Miss Nevada is also in the house asking questions. It’s crazy. It’s insane. It’s Media Day.
Monthly Archives: January 2008
From the Boston Sports Media Watch, Bruce Allen reports that Fang’s Bites fav, Tina Cervasio is leaving NESN when her contract expires in March (scroll down). Remember earlier this month, we linked to a story in the Boston Herald that Tina was talking to New York TV station, Fox 5. Tina will be working closer […]
If you have the NFL Network, you should watch its 6.5 hour pre-game show on Sunday starting at 11 a.m. ET and running until 5:30 p.m. Not only do you get to avoid Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet during Fox’s pre-game show, but you also avoid seeing Paula Abdul making a complete ass of […]
The Patriots’ portion of Super Bowl Media Day is over. One other inane question asked to Tom Brady. How do you feel about being stud of the NFL? Whatever. One other thing. Kevin Frazier of Entertainment Tonight, formerly of ESPN, on the NFL Network talking about the entrance of 24/7 entertainment reporting into sports. I […]
I believe Nickelodeon had a ten year old girl ask questions to Tom Brady. ESPN credentialed Jason Krause, it’s 10 year snarky prognosticator from its Sunday NFL Countdown show. I don’t know what he asked, but NFL Network didn’t show him. Probably a good thing.
NFL Network just showed Inez in her wedding dress. I should have been recording it. Man, is she hot! I’ll look for it and when I find it, I’ll post it here.
At Super Bowl Media Day at University of Phoenix Stadium, we have our very first inane question. A woman named Inez, wearing a wedding dress asked Tom Brady if he would marry her. Tom sidestepped the question and said he’s a one woman man. We’re watching the NFL Network’s coverage of Media Day and the […]
Time for some links now. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand looks at the ratings from the weekend. Richard Sandomir of the New York Times says David Cone is close to hashing out a deal with the YES Network to work as an analyst. Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News pokes fun at Super Bowl […]
If I were Roger Goodell for one day and had the power to change the TV partners to my liking, this is how the 2008-09 season would line up. AFC – CBSNFC – FoxSunday Night Football – NBCMonday Night Football – NFL NetworkThursday & Saturday Night Football – NBC (9 games, 6 Thursday games, 3 […]
Time to give you some links this evening. We start out with some sad news. This link comes courtesy of the Boston Sports Media Watch, Bill Burt of the Lawrence (MA) Eagle-Tribune reports in his blog that the son of Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan has died. The Boston Globe has the story which states […]
College Basketball/Louisville at UConn – ESPN, 7 p.m.College Basketball/Tennessee at Duke (women’s) – ESPN2, 7 p.m.College Basketball/Coppin State at Howard – ESPNU, 7 p.m.Jon & Kate Plus 8 – TLC, 9 p.m.College Basketball/Oklahoma State at Oklahoma – ESPN, 9 p.m.College Basketball/Alabama State at Southern – ESPNU, 9 p.m.NBA/San Antonio at Utah – NBA TV, 9 […]
It’s already been a long morning and as I’m multitasking, doing links and some paperwork at the same time, I provide some links while I can. First, Michael David Smith of the AOL Fanhouse Blog chronicles the return of Dana Jacobsen to ESPN’s First Take today. However, the Christian Defense Coalition will not let the […]
Been away for most of the day. Time for me to give you some links now when I can. Phil Mushnick of the New York Post is in a grumpy mood especially when he talks about network promos during NFL games. Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News is now lecturing the New York […]
First, watching NBC’s first effort for the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, it’s been given a “Big Event” feel with Bob Costas and Dick Button as co-hosts. Former Olympics pairs co-champions Jamie Salé and David Pelletier who were so good on Olympic Ice last year with Mary Carillo have added a nice touch with their humor. […]
My fault that the Friday megalinks weren’t here yesterday. Lots of issues that I don’t need to get into, but I’ll give them to you today with your weekly Saturday links. Let’s go: Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes about Fox’s plans for its silly Red Carpet Super Bowl pregame show. TV Week has the […]