Monthly Archives: March 2011

Golf Channel’s Tournaments For The Week

Golf Channel is going to be quite busy as it takes full four round coverage of the first LPGA Major tournament of the year, the LPGA Kraft Nabisco, better known to some as Dinah Shore Weekend. In addition, Golf Channel will be live for the PGA’s Houston Open. Golf Channel will also carry live coverage […]

NFL Network’s Programming For The Week

Let’s give you one last press release for the afternoon. This is NFL Network’s programming and NFL.com’s chat schedule for the next seven days. NFL NETWORK & NFL.COM PROGRAMMING NOTES (3/30 – 4/5) EAGLES WR DESEAN JACKSON, FALCONS TE TONY GONZALEZ HEADLINE NFL TOTAL ACCESS IN-STUDIO GUESTS Steve Mariucci & Warren Sapp Are Joined By […]

NBC Sports Group Covers Its Last PGA Tour Stop For a Short While

NBC Sports which had golf covered for the entire Florida swing now goes to Houston to cover this week’s stop and it will be the last for the NBC Mothership for a while. CBS takes over with The Masters® next week, then goes for several weeks straight with the PGA Tour. NBC’s sister network, The […]

MLB Network’s Live Game Schedule For April

MLB Network is going all in for the first month of the 2011 regular season with a live game every day in April. I find that very cool, of course. So the games begin tomorrow and then on Friday, the regular season really kicks off. We have the press release plus the entire game schedule […]

Bringing Out the Wednesday Links

Ok, let’s do the Wednesday linkage. Quite a few things to get to. We begin with Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal who when we last saw him during the World Series last October, was wearing a bowtie despite his protests to management. Well, we find that Ken will continue wearing a bowtie this season, but rather […]

ESPN’s Extensive Multi-Platform Coverage of the 2011 Final Four

ESPN is not carrying the men’s Final Four®, of course, but it doesn’t mean that it won’t have a presence in Houston for the games. The Alleged Worldwide Leader is sending a full crew to Houston including college basketball host Rece Davis, analysts Digger Phelps, Hubert Davis, Dick Vitale and Jay Bilas, as well as […]

truTV’s Last Live Game For The NCAA Tournament

truTV which has seen its profile raised tenfold during the NCAA Tournament will get one last live game and it’s just before the Final Four® in Houston. On Friday, it will carry the College All-Star Game. CBS/Turner will have Greg Gumbel host the studio show with the NCAA Tournament Atlanta crew of Seth Davis and […]

Former Phillies Pitcher Jamie Moyer Joins ESPN’s Baseball Tonight

One can make jokes about Jamie Moyer’s age and being the oldest active pitcher through 2010. This year, he’s joining Baseball Tonight as an analyst, but he reserves the right to return to pitching if his rehabilitation of his pitching elbow is successful. If not, Moyer will remain at ESPN through the end of the […]

It’s The MLB Fan Cave!

After scouring the country and receiving thousands of applications, MLB has selected two men to watch every single game, that’s right, every single regular season game, to the postseason right down to the final out of the World Series. They will chronicle their experiences at MLB.com, be taped for an MLB.com web series produced by […]

Sports Illustrated Picks The Red Sox To Win 2011 World Series

The new MLB Preview issue for Sports Illustrated is out and the staff predicts the Boston Red Sox will be this year’s World Series Champion defeating the San Francisco Giants. We have the picks for each league and division below. MLB Preview: Re-Tooled Red Sox Over the Reigning Champion Giants in the World Series Comes […]

Primetime & Late Night Viewing Picks

College Basketball College Basketball Invitational Tournament Championship Series Creighton at Oregon – HDNet, 10 p.m. High School Basketball All-American Game – ESPN, 10 p.m. MLB Florida at New York Mets – MLB Network/SNY, noon Minnesota at Atlanta – Fox Sports North/SportSouth, noon/MLB Network, 3 p.m. Cleveland at Columbus Clippers – STO, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at […]

Nearly 100 Million People Have Watched Some or All of The NCAA Tournament

This just in from CBS/Turner, actually I got this on Tuesday, but due to the Denial of Service attack on the server that houses this blog (apparently, I was not the target, but this still affected me!), I wasn’t able to post this right away. Because the great people at CBS Sports and Turner Sports […]

Two of This Year’s Final Four Coaches Join Coach K on Sirius XM

On Wednesday (technically today), Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski will talk college hoops and the Final Four® with Butler coach Brad Stevens and Kentucky coach John Calipari who will both lead their teams to Houston and this year’s NCAA Tournament National Semifinals on Saturday. In addition, Coach K and co-host Dave Sims will interview former Georgetown […]

Finally, Our Tuesday Links

Thanks to the server host getting a Denial of Service attack last night, Fang’s Bites has been down for most of the day. Not happy for not being able to blog for most of the day, although I’m back up for now. I apologize for the inconvenience. I’ll give you linkage now and hope you’ll […]

DEVELOPING: ESPN’s Josh Elliot Leaves for GMA

He filled in on Good Morning America on Tuesday. Alex Weprin at TVNewser reports that ESPN is not happy over losing one of its stars to GMA. Josh joins ESPN alumnus Robin Roberts full-time. Of course, Erin Andrews of ESPN is also contributing to Good Morning America. We’ll have more on this as it develops.

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