Ok, I’ve writing posts for Thursday and Friday, days which I’ll be away and attending a wedding. So they’ll automatically publish so keep your feeds updated. I hope you will enjoy them. They’ll certainly have you debating.
Now to the links.
Eric Fisher in Sports Business Daily mentions that SportingNews.com has relaunched today with more social networking availability and a partnership with Yahoo! Sports.
SBD has various reviews of the new Meadowlands Stadium.
Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch talks with new CBS College Sports analyst Mike Leach who still has a lawsuit pending against his former Texas Tech employerse.
Alex Marvez at FoxSports.com says there’s no excuse for the reporter and photographer who asked Tim Tebow for an autograph following the Denver-Cincinnati preseason game on Sunday.
Also at Fox Sports, Brian Lowry notes that NFL players are becoming fodder for reality shows.
Clay Travis at Fanhouse feels fired Arkansas radio reporter Renee Goark was railroaded by coach Bobby Petrino.
Gregg Rosenthal of Pro Football Talk says Brett Favre’s official website is having trouble on a day where it appears that the insufferable quarterback is returning to the Minnesota Vikings.
At the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Eric Deggans of the St. Petersburg Times feels the National Association of Black Journalists should not have accepted a donation from the embattled Barry Bones.
R. Thomas Umstead of Multichannel News writes that ESPN has launched iPhone and iPad apps for its local websites.
Chris Tribbey in Home Media Magazine notes that ESPN 3D and the Consumer Electronics Association are teaming up to promote 3D television at retailers next month.
Over to Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News who feels YES should have interviewed Kansas City Royals pitcher Bryan Bullington after shutting out the Yankees on Sunday.
Newsday’s Neil Best talks with the family of Pat Tillman about a new movie on his Friendly Fire death in Afghanistan.
Neil has more on the movie in his blog.
You may notice that I’ve been linking to Neil’s stories via the Newsday mobile site. Until Newsday closes access to that, I’ll link to Neil from there. Don’t tell anyone, this is between you and me.
Keith Groller of the Allentown (PA) Morning Call talks with Comcast SportsNet’s Eagles reporter Ray Didinger who’s happy to be covering a beat once again.
Laura Nachman says two Temple University alums have two national radio networks covered on Sunday mornings.
Leonard Shapiro of the Washington Post feels Jim Gray didn’t represent himself well in the Corey Pavin dispute.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner speaks with the author of a new book which instructs women on how to talk sports.
Tom Jones in the St. Petersburg Times looks at what NBC’s Tony Dungy had to say about Jets coach Rex Ryan’s swearing.
Over to Arkansas Business where radio reporter Renee Goark, who was fired for wearing a Florida hat to a Arkansas football press conference, says she’s received death threats.
John Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer notes that Reds announcer Thom Brennaman had some bad luck while on vacation.
Gregg Krupa of the Detroit News talks with ESPN’s Mike Tirico who’s had a very busy summer abroad for the Alleged Worldwide Leader.
Steve Kornacki of MLive.com notes that Fox Sports Detroit failed to show an argument in the Tigers dugout during Sunday’s game against the White Sox.
Brian Callaway of the Adrian (MI) Daily Telegram looks at ESPN’s NASCAR production truck.
Anthony Schoette in the Indianapolis Business Journal writes that the Big Ten Conference is expecting to get big media rights money for its football championship game.
Ed Sherman of Crain’s Chicago Business interviews former Deadspin editor Will Leitch about his new book.
Bob Wolfley in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel looks at Fox Sports’ NFL announcing lineup for this season.
Paola Boivin of the Arizona Republic talks with former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner who’s now ready to become an NFL analyst for Fox Sports.
The Los Angeles Times has a roundup of opinion on the Renee Goark firing.
Nick Green with the Los Angeles Daily News notes that American soccer fans prefer watching games from Europe rather than MLS in their own backyard.
Mark Riddix of Investopedia writes in the San Francisco Chronicle on who is making money on pro sports.
Chris Zelkovich of the Toronto Star says the man who headed up Canada’s Olympic Broadcasting Consortium now has a new gig.
Emmett Jones of the Sports Business Digest notes that MTV2 is the new home of the Lingerie Football League. Really.
Phil Villareal of the Consumerist blog says Comcast is playing games with NFL Network once again.
Lots of good links today. We’ll end it there.