Yep, it’s Sunday. Time for your links. I think I’ve struck a chord with my “Bridget Regan is Hot” post from yesterday. That particular post has exploded with people from all over the world checking it out. In case you don’t know, Bridget stars in “Legend of the Seeker” which is syndicated all over the world. I happened to put it up because the video in which she’s interviewed by G4′s “Attack of the Show” (which has its own resident hottie in Olivia Munn) she’s quite hot. I did not expect so many hits from Germany, South Korea and Denmark. So, welcome to everyone visiting around the globe.
Let’s get to your links.
Newsday’s Neil Best is appealing to jewelry companies to stop advertising during football games to make us men feel guilty. I totally agree. And Neil has his New York Sports Business Quote of the Year.
The New York Daily News’ Bob Raissman feels the price for the Oscar De La Hoya-Manny Pacquaio PPV might keep fans away during this tough economy. This is something I can actually agree with Raissman.
The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick goes after the Knicks for its new season ticket plan.
From the DC Examiner, Jim Williams says Redskins, Ravens, Terps and the Hoyas all dominate the TV viewing in the Baltimore/DC area today.
Dave Weekley in the Charleston (WV) Gazette says you can now find Life magazine’s archive of sports pictures on Google.
Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer talks with CBS NFL analyst Steve Bueurlein about one particular play which is remembered to this day.
Brad Locke of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal talks about Raycom’s final game as SEC over the air syndicator.
Jerry Zgoda of the Minneapolis Star Tribune suggests for the Timberwolves to bring back one of their old radio voices.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the Detroit Lions really put out a stinker on Thanksgiving Day.
Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle recalls the city’s history with Monday Night Football in advance of the Texans’ first appearance on the series.
Donald Ridgeway of the News-Sun (FL) says one local golf course showcased on Golf Channel’s Highway 18 reality series hopes to get some visits thanks to the national exposure.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News says the winner of the Big 12 South division should not be decided by computer and announced on TV. And Barry has the discussion from CBS’ Tim Brando and Spencer Tillman on the lack of African-American coaches in college football.
Andrea Cohen of The Oklahoman says College Gameday’s visit to Stillwater on Saturday was a success.
Ron Judd of the Seattle Times says Universal Sports’ coverage of its first alpine skiing event did not go all that well.
That’s it for now. If I find more links, I’ll certainly post them. Expect the usual Sunday features coming up later and also look for me at the Sox & Dawgs site at 4:15 p.m. for its live blog of the Steelers-Pats game.