Let’s give you some more links before they become out of date.
Laura Petrecca of USA Today tells workers to watch the NCAA Tournament online in moderation.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell can’t believe there’s an official ladder of the Final Four.
Newsday’s Neil Best has a breakdown of where the NCAA Tournament games are going to.
Jim Williams of the DC Examiner says CBS Sports staffers have a long day ahead of themselves today and tomorrow.
Tim Lemke of the Washington Times writes that the NCAA Tournament is one of the few sporting events that has been exclusively linked with one network for more than two decades. The Masters on CBS is another I think of off the top of my head.
Mark Washburn of the Charlotte Observer says we started watching the NCAA Tournament 30 years ago and we haven’t stopped.
David Scott of the Observer catches up with Billy Packer.
CBS’ Tim Brando writing in the Shreveport (LA) Times says the NCAA Tournament is a great American event.
Rick Kretzschmar of the Longview (TX) News-Journal is not a fan of Screamin’ Gus Johnson or Billy Packer.
Brian Murphy of the Idaho Statesman says subscribers to Dish Network in the Potato State will have to scramble to watch the NCAA Tournament as the satellite provider is locked in a dispute with the Boise CBS affiliate.
Matt Youmans of the Las Vegas Journal-Review talks about Bob Knight joining Billy Packer for his FSN NCAA Tournament studio show.
The Sports Media Watch says the ratings for the ACC Tournament on ESPN were down from last year. But SMW says ratings for the Big East Tournament were up.
And Wrap Around Curl at Puck The Media is not a fan of March Madness. In fact, it makes her stabby.
Now to some non-NCAA Tournament-related links.
Dave Kane of the State Journal Register (IL) says the LPGA State Farm Classic will air in June on NBC.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News feels USC football voice Pete Arbogast really embarassed himself during an appearance on an online show.
The Gaffer at the EPL Talk blog reports that ESPN has lost the US TV rights to air the UEFA Champions League to Fox Soccer Channel.
Fox Soccer Channel has announced its announcing team for Women’s Professional Soccer games.
Laura Martinez of Multichannel News writes that ESPN Deportes is taking its shows to the people.
That’s all for now.