I’m going to be heading to work soon so I’ll give you some quick links here and then head out.
Let’s start with Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News who writes about Texas Rangers radio voice Eric Nadel who’s going into his 30th season with the club.
Dan Caesar says Kansas’ victory over Davidson last Sunday assured CBS of powerhouse matchups in the Final Four today.
From the “You’ve Got to Be Kidding” department, Awful Announcing reports that the NCAA has pulled a Hooters ad from its Final Four program. That ad is not even offensive. Silly.
Ben Grossman of Broadcasting & Cable talks with President of CBS News and Sports Sean McManus who’s been quite busy with election season, the Final Four and the Masters coming up.
The Little Falls (NY) Evening Times says the Mercer basketball team will be featured on a CBS program just before the Final Four today.
Rick Dean of the Topeka (KS) Capital-Journal writes that when CBS College Sports went live from the Kansas practice yesterday, it almost had the injury that sidelined reserve guard Rodrick Stewart.
From the Toronto Globe and Mail, William Houston writes that CBC Sports is rooting for an Ottawa-Montreal playoff series.
The Sports Media Watch has noticed that Bill Walton has been missing from NBA telecasts on ABC/ESPN.
Ray Frager in the Baltimore Sun writes in his blog that he wants to give credit where credit is due and he also talks about the now famous Earl Weaver outtakes.
Friend of Fang’s Bites, Christopher Byrne of the Eye On Sports Media blog has the streaming schedule for the World Men’s Curling Championships which are being played in North Dakota so don’t think curling is just for Canadians. LOL.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News writes about Stephen A. Smith leaving ESPN Radio.
The Louisville Courier-Journal says Mike Battaglia who’s seen on NBC Sports horse racing coverage is cutting his duties at Churchill Downs.
Jan Falstad of the Billings (MT) Gazette has a story on Mariners baseball fans in Big Sky country missing out on some games as the local cable company does not want to pay for a full package of FSN Northwest telecasts. Last night, I linked to a similar story from Alaska.
That will do it for now.