Let’s do some linkage for you as many of us are back to work today.
Starting with the Sports Business Journal, we have the nominees for the publication’s 2010 Sports Business Awards.
On The DL’s Dan Levy breaks down CBS’ announcing teams and assignments in the Sporting Blog.
Greg Risling of the Associated Press says Erin Andrews’ stalker will be sentenced in court today.
Michael Hiestand of USA Today says CBS turned in a yeoman’s effort for the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell goes inside the financial numbers for the NCAA Tournament.
Darren wonders if Duke’s athletic department lost money in the previous academic year.
The great Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated talks with CBS News and Sports President Sean McManus about what the return of Tiger Woods would mean for the network that covers it.
In her blog, Daryn Kagan tells us what she would ask Tiger Woods if she had the opportunity.
Richard Sandomir of the New York Times looks at ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary on Reggie Miller with a jaded eye towards the New York Knicks.
Phil Mushnick from the New York Post goes after the Big East Tournament.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union has some quotage from ESPNU’s “The Experts” who weighed in on Siena’s chances in the NCAA Tournament.
Pete has the NIT schedule complete with tip times and TV network.
And Pete notes that the perpetually angry Doug Gottlieb is on the Siena bandwagon.
Ken McMillan of the Hudson Times Herald-Record tries to figure out which NCAA Tournament games will be aired in the New York metropolitan area.
And Ken lists the 10 NIT games that will be aired on ESPN2 and ESPNU this week.
Jim Williams from the Washington Examiner says Universal Sports will be all over the Paralympics in Vancouver starting today.
And Jim says MASN will air the Nationals-Braves game tonight.
Israel Gutierrez from the Miami Herald feels the NCAA Tournament should stay at 65 teams and not have ESPN get involved.
Monte Hale, Jr. of the Tennessean writes that ESPN’s cameras will be catching the reaction of Middle Tennessee State during its NCAA Women’s Tournament Selection Show tonight.
James Jahnke from the Detroit Free Press says former Michigan State star Mateen Cleeves will join Fox Sports Detroit as an analyst for select Pistons games.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Marquette got a nod from CBS/Sports Illustrated’s Seth Davis.
Dusty Saunders from the Denver Post is impressed by Bob Knight’s work on ESPN.
Greg Hansen in the Arizona Daily Star says the Pac-10 Tournament on Fox Sports Net needs an infusion.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News has the SoCal sports calendar for the week.
Bruce Dowbiggin from the Toronto Globe and Mail says when Don Cherry denounces the NHL on head shots, it’s time to take notice.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star says a beloved curling analyst has worked his last match.
Steve Lapore at Puck The Media says Don Cherry was clairvoyant in his Coach’s Corner segment on Sidney Crosby.
The great Midwest Sports Fans blog has a look some of the best Gus Johnson moments at the NCAA Tournament.
The Sports Media Watch says South Park will be the next to lampoon Tiger Woods.
That’s going to do it for the links today.