With this being Thursday, I have a lot of stuff to do and there’s the NCAA Tournament to keep track of so let’s get to some links now.
From the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, Bill Doyle talks with ESPN’s Steve Phillips who’ll be traveling to Japan to call the Red Sox-A’s games next week.
Jessica Heslam of the Boston Herald has a story on WEEI’s Glenn Ordway who’s daughter seems to be fine after a harrowing ordeal at childbirth. We’re happy to hear that she’s recovering nicely.
David Scott of Boston Sports Media Watch has an update on NESN’s search for Tina Cervasio’s replacement and other related stuff.
Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune talks with Screamin’ Gus Johnson of CBS Sports and has a mention of legendary Tribune NBA reporter Sam Smith deciding to leave the paper.
Tom Dorsey from the Louisville Courier-Journal says March Madness takes over the TV and workplace for the next couple of days.
Matt Huggins of the Mitchell (SD) Daily Republic says this is the most wonderful time of the sports year.
Julia Boorstin of CNBC says no matter how you watch the NCAA Tournament whether it be online, on TV or through satellite, CBS wins.
Christine Brennan of USA Today suggests to have the Men’s and Women’s Final Fours at the same site on the same day. Not a bad idea and it would cost less for the NCAA to have one site instead of two.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell is in Day Nine of his Minor League Baseball logo contest.
Dan Gross of the Philadelphia Daily News says WPEN will take on ESPN Radio’s programming for most of the day.
Neil Best of Newsday writes that CBS/WFAN’s Boomer Esiason has joined USA Football as a spokesman and contributor.
The Sports Media Watch has some news and notes.
Chris Hogg of Digital Journal says the NBC Sports website got hit by a malicious attack yesterday.
That’s it for now. Back after the late afternoon games.