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 Cleveland State Vikings could stand to get an attendance boost. Darren writes that Kellogg’s is not commenting about the donation of 3,800 pounds of Corn Flakes and Frosted Flakes with Michael Phelps’ image on the box.
Joe Favorito wonders if the Netherlands can cash in on its new-found fame in baseball.
A couple of things from the Sports Media Journal. T.J. Donegan looks at the Wall Street 24/7 post on the 10 Major Newspapers That Could Be the Next to Collapse. Keith Thibeault has part 1 of his poll on sports blogs. One piece of disclosure, I took part in the poll.
Caulton Tudor of the Raleigh News & Observer says the Duke-North Carolina game was a ratings smash both nationally and locally for CBS.
The Dallas Morning News’ Barry Horn has the highlights of a Michael Irvin press conference hyping his Spike reality show and yes, the subject of Terrell Owens came up.
From Crain’s Chicago Business, Ed Sherman says the new Nike Tiger Woods ad has one notable detractor.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News says it appears that Jim Rome’s Guest of Rexes streak is over at 20.
The Sports Media Watch says this year’s MLS Cup will be a cable-only event. And the SMW finds it strange for NASCAR to beat the NHL in New York especially when the Rangers were playing on Sunday.
Speaking of New York, Christopher Byrne of the Eye on Sports Media blog is in the Big Apple and talked about his experience of being at Madison Square Garden for the Big East Tournament.
That’s going to do it for now.