Let’s do some links on this Sunday.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News says Golf Channel scored a couple of rating records for Day One of the Presidents Cup.
Mike writes that Time Warner Cable has signed a long-term deal to air Los Angeles Galaxy games starting next season.
Mike says Facebook is offering a live stream today of Tony Stewart’s car during the NASCAR finale in Miami.
Steve Coogan of USA Today’s Game On! blog writes that ESPN’s Lee Corso had to apologize after firing off an F bomb during his picks segment on yesterday’s College GameDay.
Writing for the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Eric Deggans of the St. Petersburg Times says TV is playing catchup to print journalists on the Penn State story.
Andrew Gauthier of TVSpy says Miami TV station WFOR prevented a Dolphins blackout for today.
Ben Koo at Awful Announcing notes that ESPN’s Erin Andrews was in good humor after being given the Gatorade drenching following the massive Baylor upset of Oklahoma.
Cork Gaines from the Business Insider Sports Page says ESPN’s reign over sports television will be threatened starting January 2.
Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe leaves his usual NHL post to tell us that he enjoys watching the dogs on NBC on Thanksgiving Day over football.
Jack Bell of the New York Times says Fox Sports continues to show a commitment to soccer with another football-football doubleheader today.
Phil Mushnick at the New York Post warns the NBA not to cancel the season.
New York Real Estate’s City Biz notes the role one broker had in helping NBC Sports find a new home in Connecticut.
Steven Goff of the Washington Post isn’t a fan of having the MLS Cup starting past 9 p.m. Eastern time.
Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner talks with NFL on Fox sideline analyst Tony Siragusa.
Jon Solomon from the Birmingham (AL ) News wonders if college basketball will gain popularity in the wake of the NBA Lockout.
David Morrison of the Opelika Auburn (AL) News says College GameDay heads to the Iron Bowl on Saturday.
David Barron of the Houston Chronicle looks at the Lee Corso swearing incident.
Gilbert Requena of the Chronicle writes about College GameDay’s first visit to the University of Houston campus.
Chris Baldwin from CultureMap Houston chronicles GameDay’s visit to the area and the catcalls Erin Andrews had to endure during the broadcast.
At the Daily Oklahoman, Mel Bracht notes that ESPN’s Joe Tessitore got to call a lost weekend for Oklahoma football teams on successive nights.
Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Packers fans will hear plenty from Fox’s Joe Buck and Troy Aikman over the next three weeks.
Dan Caesar from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the Rams may have a horrible on-field record, but they are pulling viewers to the TV set.
Marsha Hoffman of the Council Bluffs (IA) Daily Nonpareil writes that a local native is producing motorsports for ESPN.
And we’ll end the linkage here.