There are just too many stories that cannot be ignored until Thursday so let’s get to them.
First, after waiting two days, ESPN finally acknowledged the Ben Roethlisberger story. Gregg Rosenthal from Pro Football Talk is all over it.
Newsday’s Neil Best says ESPN decided to hit back at the New York Post for publishing pictures from the creepy Erin Andrews video.
Kate Nocera of the New York Daily News says ESPN is now investigating whether one of its own employees shot that video.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star feels the internet should be regulated in the wake of the Erin Andrews video. I wouldn’t go that far.
David Whitley of Fanhouse plays the blame game.
Chris Byrne in the Eye on Sports Media says CBS is being hypocritical when it comes to the Erin Andrews story.
Chris tells you how to keep track of the SEC Media Days this week.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell writes that the NCAA is facing another lawsuit.
Darren talks with Mrs. Andy Roddick, better known as Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker.
The Sports Media Journal’s Ray Frager writes about shrinking sports coverage in newspapers.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union goes over the ESPN family of networks’ college football schedule.
To Ken McMillan of the Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record and his story on Army moving its home football games to CBS College Sports from ESPN’s platforms.
Steven Goff of the Washington Post has an update on the efforts to get the US-Mexico World Cup qualifying match on a network that most Americans can access.
The Sports Media Watch has some news and notes.
That’s it for now. I have some press releases to post next.