Ok, let’s continue to provide the links on this Tuesday.
Alex Weprin at SportsNewser notes that Steven A. “A is for Allegory” Smith announced that he’s leaving his morning show on Fox Sports Radio effective Thursday.
Mike Reynolds at Multichannel News writes that ESPN2 airs the best-of-three exhibition series of matches between tennis giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal starting today.
Greg Wyshynski at Yahoo’s Puck Daddy says ex-Executive Director of the NHL Players Association, Paul Kelly is predicting a return to ESPN by the NHL.
Mike Donoghue of the Burlington (VT) Free Press says a local sports radio station group is changing affiliation on New Year’s Day.
Mary Ellen Fillo of the Hartford Courant says ESPN’s Mike Ditka made a stop at a local theater to tape a feature for Sunday NFL Countdown.
Paul Beaudry of the Birmingham (AL) News feels ESPN is responsible for too many bowl games on TV and the long layoff for the BCS National Championship Game.
Duane Dudek of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says the Rose Bowl won’t be on over-the-air TV on New Year’s Day.
Dan Caesar in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the Rams won in the ratings on Sunday while losing on the field against Kansas City.
I’m being informed I have to leave again. More linkage later. Goodness.