Well, thanks to being informed at the very last minute that I’m having guests today, I had to stop the links earlier today and I had to clean my house. Anyway, as I’m waiting for their arrival, let’s get back to the linkage.
Pete Dougherty in the Albany Times Union has the PGA Championship TV schedule.
Bob Grotz in The Trentonian (NJ) talks with NFL Network’s Mike Mayock.
David Stanley Ford of the Daily Oklahoman says the Oklahoma City Thunder being chosen for an NBA Christmas Day game shows the team has truly arrived on the national scene.
Jim Benson of the Bloomington (IN) Pentagraph really enjoys Vin Scully.
Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay (WI) Press Gazette says ESPN’s, and host of Wipeout, John Anderson will get his own bobblehead this week.
Don Walker of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the Brewers will air a game commercial-free to benefit a local charity.
Bill Shaikin from the Los Angeles Times says calculating future TV revenue for the Dodgers will be difficult as estranged wife of owner Frank McCourt, Jamie McCourt wants a certain percentage.
John Canzano of The Oregonian notes one community is upset with Comcast as they can’t watch the Portland Trail Blazers.
Joe Favorito says having NASCAR return to the New York-area for a race is not a bad idea.
That will complete the links for today.