I’ll give you some links on this college football Saturday. Some decent games and you can see the menu for today in the College Football Viewing Picks.
To the links.
A.J. Perez of Fanhouse says NFL Commish Roger Goodell is disappointed in the Jets behavior towards Ines Sainz, but won’t hand down any punishment.
You can read the entire NFL statement on the issue here.
SportsNewser recommends you read the Journal of Sports Media.
Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union says MSG Network will be airing New York Giants programming starting this weekend.
Amy Moritz of the Buffalo News and President of the Association of Women in Sports Media feels Ines Sainz should not have been made to feel uncomfortable in the Jets locker room.
Mark Maske of the Washington Post says while the NFL is celebrating its TV ratings, it’s very worried about falling attendance.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner says an interview between DC NFL team QB Donovan McNabb and NFL Today host James Brown will air on Sunday.
Jim talks about the features on Fox NFL Sunday.
Louis Llovio of the Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch says promos for ESPN3.com are giving little Tangier Island some big promotion.
Mike Szvetitz of the Opelika Auburn News says this is a big day for the Auburn campus as College Gameday is in town.
Dave Link from the Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel talks with CBS’ Tim Brando about new Tennessee coach Derek Dooley.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News says ESPN/ABC’s Ron Franklin likes to mention as many Texas high school alma maters when doing games.
The Idaho Statesman says Golf Channel will be mostly silent for today’s PGA Nationwide Boise Open.
Sports Media Watch has some ratings news and notes.
SMW says the WNBA Finals did pretty decently for ESPN2.
Ty Duffy at The Big Lead summarizes the tweets from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Greg Bedard on the Ines Sainz issue.
Joe Favorito says NASCAR continues to push its brand.
And that will conclude the links for now.