Let’s do some linkage on this Sunday. I found one of my all-time favorite movies, Goldfinger on BBC America so while I wait for the NCAA Tournament later, I’ll do linkage for you.
Multichannel News reports that MSG’s high school sports channel is setting up awards for original television content produced by students.
The New York Times’ Richard Sandomir remembers the life of former network television sports executive Chet Simmons.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News spews venom this morning.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner has some personal remembrances of Chet Simmons.
Jim also finds some trends in the 3rd day of voting for DC’s best sports sports radio talk show.
Arek Sarkissian II from the Savannah (GA) Morning News talks with Chet Simmons’ family about his life.
Bob Wolfley from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes that Marquette basketball coach Buzz Williams has been performing well as a guest analyst on CBS College Sports this weekend.
In the Kansas City Star, Randy Covitz writes that the local market ranks 3rd in the country in the ratings for the men’s NCAA Tournament.
The Daily Oklahoman’s Jenni Carlson interviews ESPN women’s college basketball analyst Kara Lawson about Oklahoma University’s chances to get to the Women’s Final Four.
Tom Hoffarth from the Los Angeles Daily News looks back at the week in sports blogging.
Tom talks with former Louisville basketball coach Denny Crum who will be inducted into a local Hall of Fame.
Tom has more with Crum in his blog.
The Los Angeles Times’ Sam Farmer talks with former NFL coach and broadcaster John Madden about several current league issues
Artie Gigantino from the San Francisco Examiner likes the new NFL overtime rules.
Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com reports that the Pirates have signed a long term rights agreement with FSN Pittsburgh ensuring at least 150 games on the network.
NESN says it will air its final two Red Sox spring training games today and tomorrow.
Sean Leahy at Yahoo’s Puck Daddy looks at an ESPN NHL player poll which gives Commissioner Gary Bettman low marks as well as the league’s current TV coverage.
The Sports Media Watch gives its weekend ratings predictions.
SMW says NASCAR’s ratings continue to drop.
Sox & Dawgs has an ESPN Outside the Lines feature on UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma.
That’s going to do it for this Sunday. Enjoy your day.