As we get into another week of regular season play for the NFL, let’s give you some linkage.
Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News writes about the New York Giants returning its programming to MSG Network for the first time since 2003. It had been on YES Network previously.
Mike says ESPN2 saw increased ratings for Games 2 and 3 of the WNBA Finals.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News says if Bill Parcells left his post with the Miami Dolphins, his next stop could very well be on television.
Phil Mushnick in the New York Post wonders why we love the NFL so much with so many injuries in the sport.
Bart Hubbuch of the Post looks at a new book from ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski.
Pete Dougherty in the Albany Times Union says a local radio station is picking up some NFL pregame programming.
Kevin Oklobzija of the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle explains why the Buffalo Bills are not on the NFL TV partners radar.
Kevin explains how each the NFL TV partners make their broadcast decisions.
From the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog, Dan Steinberg has video of one of the many ads that Washington Capitals coach Bruce Boudreau has made.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner talks about Ernie Johnson, Jr. returning to the broadcast booth for the MLB Postseason.
Chris Bahn of Arkansas Sports notes that College Gameday won’t be visiting Fayetteville this weekend.
Mel Bracht of the Daily Oklahoman feels the FSN crew got the job done during the Air Force-Oklahoma game.
Phillip B. Watson of the Indianapolis Star says NFL stadiums are pulling out all the stops to stop fans from watching the games at home.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recounts a former Green Bay Packers official’s efforts to get wide receiver Randy Moss.
Chadd Cripe of the Idaho Statesman says Boise State’s easy win over Wyoming on Saturday ensured that College Gameday would be paying a visit this weekend.
Chadd writes that Boise State fans had better get used to seeing games on CBS College Sports when the Broncos enter the Mountain West Conference in 2011.
Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic talks with ESPN’s SportsNation co-hosts Colon Cowherd and Michelle Beadle.
Gary Peterson in the San Jose Mercury News writes that Golf Channel did minimal announcing during the PGA Nationwide Tour’s Boise Open.
Lindsay Schnell of The Oregonian notes that Oregon State is the other half of the Boise State equation this weekend.
Sports Media Watch has its Weekend Ratings Predictions.
And we’ll end it there.