I’m at work, but that could very easily change on this very messy Wednesday in the Northeast. The storm that’s hitting us now started with snow, then changed to sleet, then freezing rain, now all rain, but will change back to snow later. This is the big joke Mother Nature is handing us this winter. She has a sense of humor, but as we know, it’s not nice to fool with her, so that’s as far as I’ll go to to complain.
A few links here then a full set later.
First, Newsday’s Neil Best breaks news that the always lovely Bonnie Bernstein (and a Fang’s Bites fave) is out at ESPN Radio in New York. Yesterday, ESPN brought back Steven A. Smith to the fold and he’ll host a show in Ms. Bernstein’s former timeslot of 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. As Neil points out, Bonnie is still under contract to ESPN.
Bob’s Blitz suggests that WFAN quickly swoop in and hire Bonnie which I think would be a great idea.
Gary Mihoces at USA Today’s The Huddle blog catches up with Ines Sainz who was back at Super Bowl Media Day on Tuesday.
And SportsbyBrooks discusses Homeland Security knocking down a bunch of websites that provided network sports broadcasts over the web. The way SportsbyBrooks is describing them, you would think they’re part of al-Qaeda. For the record, Channelsurfing.net and Atdhe.net were two of the sites sites taken down by Homeland Security and have moved to other servers. I’m not linking to them, but you can find them if you really try hard. I’m not encouraging you, but I’m saying you can find them if you wish.
That’s it for now. Back later with more.