Monthly Archives: March 2009

Wednesday's Stuff

I have too many things to do. I’ve been traveling between two offices again and I also had to yell at my employees. But the main thing is that I’m providing links now. Here we go. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says CBS decides the tip times and what regions watch which NCAA Tournament games. Neil […]

Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks

College BasketballNITMiami at Providence – ESPN2, 7 p.m.Duquense at Virginia Tech – ESPNU, 7 p.m.Georgetown at Baylor – ESPN2, 9 p.m.Northwestern at Tulsa – ESPNU, 9 p.m. MLBAtlanta vs. New York Mets – MLB Network/SNY, 1 p.m.Baltimore vs. St. Louis – Fox Sports Midwest, 1 p.m. NBAMiami at Boston – ESPN/Comcast SportsNet New England, 7 […]

Your Tuesday Linkage

Because I was out for most of the day, I could not provide linkage this morning. But I can now. Let’s go over some of the stories of the day. For some reason, people have been jumping all over Richard Sandomir’s story in the New York Times which says the NCAA can opt out of […]

More Thursday Press Releases

The press releases keep coming in. I’ve had more press releases than links today, but I’ll make up for that tonight with plenty of linkage. Let’s give you a couple from Golf Channel. First, we have a preview of the next episode of “The Haney Project”. That’s the show where Charles Barkley tries to improve […]

Your Plans For Selection Sunday

As I went home this morning to get some things for work, I had SportsCenter on and Digger Phelps said today is the best day for college basketball. He said the Big East quarterfinals were the best day for a college basketball fan and if anyone saw Louisville pummel Providence College today, you can certainly […]

BREAKING NEWS: Westwood One Renews Deal with the NFL

Westwood One and the National Football League have announced a new two year deal for the broadcast radio rights. Going into the latest negotiation, ESPN Radio, the Content Factory and Sporting News Radio were all interested, but as Neil Best of Newsday quotes a Sports Business Daily report from John Ourand, the recent sale of […]

Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks

College Basketball ACC TournamentVirginia Tech vs. Miami – Raycom, noonClemson vs. Georgia Tech – Raycom, 2:30 p.m.Maryland vs. NC State – ESPN2, 7 p.m.Boston College vs. Virginia – Raycom, 9:30 p.m. Atlantic 10 TournamentXavier vs. St. Louis – A10 Network, noonTemple vs. St. Joe’s – A10 Network, 2:30 p.m.URI vs. Duquense – A10 Network, 6:30 […]

TBS Announces Early Sunday Afternoon Baseball Schedule

TBS Sports has released its schedule for Sunday Afternoon Baseball for the first two months of the season. Sunday MLB on TBS” Returns on April 12th with Baseball’s Best Early schedule features 2008 ALCS re-match and multiple appearances by the Yankees, Red Sox, Mets and World Champion Phillies TBS announced today the first two months […]

Quickie Thursday Post

I’m on the road doing this from a McDonald’s that has wireless and my battery doesn’t have much power so I’ll do a few posts here and when I can sit down with AC/DC power, I’ll give you a more extensive update. By the way, thanks to Ed Berliner for having me on as a […]

Very Early Thursday Morning Update

I may not be able to blog on Thursday morning so I will give you this quickie update to get you by until the next post. Newsday’s Neil Best writes that ESPN.com’s resident crackpot Bill Simmons weighed in on the possibility of Max Kellerman moving to WFAN. CNBC’s Darren Rovell says the Horizon League Champion […]

A Major Character Death on Lost

As you’re aware, I am a fan of “Lost”, not as much as I am a fan of “24″ or “The Amazing Race”, but as you know, I set aside time to watch it as it airs on Wednesday nights. Usually, I discount spoilers or don’t link to them, but when something major like this […]

Two More Press Releases

I have two more press releases for you. One has to deal with tonight’s viewing so I want to get this up before it’s too late. Golf Channel runs an interview with Tiger Woods on Golf Central. Tiger Woods Talks State of his Golf Game, Knee and Impact in Golf in Golf Central Interview GOLF […]

Listen to Fang's Bites

Tomorrow morning, you can listen to your humble blogger tomorrow morning (Thursday) on 790 The Ticket in Miami. The great Ed Berliner, the keeper of Stone Cold Sports (where I am a contributor), is subbing this week for host Sid Rosenberg during the morning shift. I’ll be on around 8:15 a.m. Head over and click […]

The Man Who Created "One Shining Moment" Has Passed

Just before we go into another March Madness and seeing another video rendition of “One Shining Moment” at the end of the Championship Game, we learn that the man responsible for creating the video has passed away. This from CBS Sports: CBS SPORTS FAMILY MOURNS LOSS OF CREATIVE DIRECTOR DOUG TOWEY Longtime Network Television Executive […]

Some Wednesday Press Releases

I’ll post some press release action for you now. Quite a few releases have flown into my inbox. Let’s start with CBS Sports. The main network and CBS College Sports will combine for coverage of the announcement of the 65 NCAA Tournament teams on Sunday. Plus, CBS is streaming its 6 p.m. show live across […]

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