Ok, let’s do some links on this rainy Thursday in the Northeast. Time to look at what’s going on today.
First from the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Brian Hendrickson recaps a symposium in which Deadspin editor A.J. Daulerio was frank in a panel discussion on the whole Brett Favre/Jenn Sterger story.
Philiana Ng of the Hollywood Reporter says Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose failed to show up in New York to film a cameo appearance on CBS’ “The Good Wife”.
ESPN.com boxing writer Dan Rafael talks with HBO Sports President Ross Greenburg about 2010 being a weak year for the sport.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes that ESPN 3D will air three Thanksgiving weekend college basketball tournaments later this month.
Mike says CBS College Sports is showcasing TCU-Utah this Saturday as part of a free preview.
CNBC’s Darren Rovell says the legacy of Mark McCormack, the man who founded sports agency giant IMG, will live on at the University of Massachusetts.
Noah Davis at SportsNewser says winning teams generate TV ratings.
Also from SportsNewser, Marcus Vanderberg shows us how ESPN’s Skip Bayless should not do the Dougie.
Andy Barall of the New York Times ventures a guess at the Top 10 players in the NFL Network’s Top 100 program.
Page Six at the New York Post goes into detail on how the Bulls’ Derrick Rose stood up “The Good Wife” set.
Dan Steinberg in the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog transcribes the rant of ESPN Radio hack Colon Cowherd on Wizards guard John Wall’s pregame Dougie dance.
Dan says DC NFL team radio voice Larry Michael is also chiming in on the Donovan McNabb benching from last Sunday.
Leonard Shapiro of the Post talks with NFL Network’s Joe Theismann who starts his new gig with the channel next week.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner speaks with the producer of NFL Network’s “Top 100: NFL’s Greatest Players” about tonight’s series finale.
Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times looks at a feud between ESPN and a local Tampa Bay Buccaneers blog.
The Knoxville (TN) News Sentinel notes that CBS College Sports is being picked up by Comcast just in time for Saturday’s game against Memphis.
Jason Morton of the Tuscaloosa (AL) News writes about ESPN shooting a commercial in the local area.
David Barron from the Houston Chronicle writes about the finale of NFL’s Top 100 series tonight.
John Kiesewetter of the Cincinnati Enquirer says fans can talk with the Reds radio broadcasters about the Hot Stove starting next week.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel notes that ESPN has made some additions to its college basketball announcing lineup.
Ed Sherman of Crain’s Chicago Business says former Bears coach Mike Ditka was mostly responsible for bringing the 1985 Bears back together for the taping of a TV show this Friday.
Ed talks with the author of a new book that looks into how athletes like former Bears QB Jim McMahon became endorsement stars.
Ed says the White Sox’s new radio deal provides for a HD channel which it will program.
Ed notes that the Bulls will also be part of the White Sox’s radio HD channel.
Bill Zwecker and John Jackson of the Chicago Sun-Times says the Bulls’ Derrick Rose isn’t talking about why he didn’t show up to the set of “The Good Wife” earlier this week.
The Salt Lake Tribune says overnight camping will be allowed on Friday for College Gameday’s appearance at the University of Utah’s campus this Saturday.
Olympics writer Alan Abrahamson says disgraced track star Marion Jones is not telling the truth in her interviews and in the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary that aired this week.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News looks at what Alan has to say.
Sports Media Watch has a few news and notes.
Allen Levin of Digital Sports Daily speaks with NBA TV’s Steve Smith.
Dave Kohl at Major League Programs notes that athletes are using TV and radio to bypass newspapers to get their messages out.
And we’ll end it there.