Doing some Sunday links as we moved ahead one hour this morning.
Starting with Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News who says Manny Pacquaio’s convincing win over Joshua Clottey last night still gives hope for a massive payday with Floyd “Money” Mayweather.
Mike writes that Kentucky Wildcats coach John Calipari is using social networking to help promote DirecTV’s March Mega Madness NCAA Tournament pay per view package.
Condolences to MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann who lost his beloved father, Theodore, yesterday after a long illness. Olbermann shares his thoughts on his Baseball Nerd blog.
Andy Hutchins in the Sporting News’ Sporting Blog has the video of Dick Vitale stealing a dance from Erin Andrews.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News surprisingly praises ESPN’s Dick Vitale for his work on Selection Sunday, then strangely goes after ESPN’s Jay Bilas. I don’t understand Raissman sometimes. No, make that all of the time.
Phil Mushnick in the New York Post suggests college basketball reduce the number of timeouts so he can go to bed early.
Jim Williams in the Washington Examiner talks with DC sports reporter Lindsay Czarniak about her new role as NASCAR host for TNT.
And Jim previews tonight’s NCAA Tournament Selection Shows on CBS and ESPN.
Gary Clancy of the Spartansburg (SC) Herald Journal says Wofford College is getting its first taste of the national spotlight thanks to a feature today by CBS Sports.
The Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune has five questions for Dick Vitale.
Bill Vilona in the Pensacola (FL) News Journal says the NCAA is pulling a money grab in expanding the men’s basketball tournament.
Chris Vognar of the Dallas Morning News reviews tonight’s 30 for 30 documentary on Reggie Miller and the New York Knicks.
John Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer explains how David Letterman got into spoofing a Bearcats basketball analyst last week.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel wants to know who MLB Player X is.
John Maffei of the North County Times says a popular San Diego sports radio morning team is off the air due to a contract dispute.
To the Los Angeles Daily News and Tom Hoffarth who gives you some sports stories from non-sports sources.
Artie Gigantino of the San Francisco Chronicle says basketball fans are in store for a great NCAA Tournament.
The Sports Media Watch has its weekend ratings predictions.
SMW has some ratings news and notes.
Chris Bryne of the Eye on Sports Media states that CBS will be streaming its NCAA Tournament Selection Show online and on cell phones today.
Maury Brown in Sports Bash talks about International Autism Awareness Month which is fast approaching.
And we’ll end the linkage there for today.