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Some Tuesday Links

I’ll provide some links today. I hope they don’t take long because I have a lot to do. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has a look at the ratings from various events over the weekend. Over to CNBC’s Darren Rovell who reacts to the news regarding General Motors’ dropping of Tiger Woods as a sponsor. Darren […]

The Thursday Linkage

Time to give you some links this morning. David Scott of the Boston Sports Media Watch wonders where was the Boston Globe when the Matt Walsh/Spygate Tapes story broke last night and also what’s with the Herald’s source as no tape of the Super Bowl XXXVI St. Louis Rams walkthrough was not among the tapes […]

Beginning of the Workweek Links

As we’re back to work, let’s give you some links on this Monday. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says NBC Sports made the right call in not showing Eight Belles’ suffering after breaking down at the Kentucky Derby. Paul Christian of the Rochester (MN) Post-Bulletin agrees that NBC was correct in showing restraint. On the other […]

1st Anniversary of Fang's Bites – A Look Back at the Last 12 Months

I won’t be able to give you the Saturday links as usual this morning. I’m currently away and have had to leave the house early for a get-together. I’ll give you the links later today. As I celebrate the one year anniversary of the re-launch of this blog, I think back to some of the […]

Monday Evening Links

Let’s give you some more links this evening. First, Newsday’s Neil Best notes in his blog that the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship on NBC with Tiger Woods outpaced the NBA game on ABC with Shaquille O’Neal on Sunday. Neil reports that NBC has passed on the Boston Bruins-New York Rangers tilt for its NHL […]

It's the Monday Links

Back to work here and my internet is back up here so it’s nice to have right now. USA Today’s Michael McCarthy says ESPN’s Jim Rome is not a fan of the gallery at golf tournaments yelling “You Da Man!” or “Get in the hole!”. The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick says there’s a lot […]

A Wednesday Afternoon Update

Let’s give you a few links this afternoon. The Sports Media Watch gives us some ratings news from various events. Dan Gross from the Philadelphia Daily mentions that Steven A. Smith no longer works for the Philadelphia Inquirer after the editor fired him for not showing up for work. If you scroll down in the […]

Time For Tuesday Links

It’s Tuesday and time for some links. We have reaction to the Roger Clemens press conference and the breaking news in which Joe Gibbs suddenly resigned as coach and President of the Washington Redskins. First, we have Richard Sandomir of the New York Times who says in just a short 24 hour period, we saw […]

Your Monday Night Links

As I’m watching the BCS Championship Game and burning a DVD so I can do the Amazing Race Asia Episode 7 recap, I’ll give you some links this evening. First, the Sports Media Watch blog tells us that there were some slight declines in the ratings for the NFL Wild Card playoff games. Paulsen says […]

Our Monday Links

I’m hearing lots of reaction to the Roger Clemens interview on 60 Minutes. Plenty of dissection and none of it good. Let’s get to the links and there will be reaction to Clemens. But first (as he sounds like Julie Chen on Big Brother), USA Today’s Michael McCarthy says BCS and NFL Postseason allows for […]

Time for Saturday Links

Let’s give you a quickie links thing today as I have a lot of errands to run (Christmas shopping, you may have heard of it). Starting with Jerry Garcia of the San Antonio Express-News says the NFL Network and the cable companies continue to be Scrooge or the Grinch, whichever you prefer, during this holiday […]

It's A Wednesday Thing

Time to give you some links today. First, David Scott from the Boston Sports Media Watch talks about changes at the top of Comcast SportsNet New England, changes to the NCAA live blogging policy and rumored changes to the Patriots radio booth. Newsday’s Neil Best says his blog is part of a 64 sports blog […]

Late Tuesday Night Update

A few things for you tonight. Sad news to report. Legendary Canadian announcer Don Chevrier who did work on ABC’s and NBC’s Olympics coverage as well as being the first Toronto Blue Jays TV announcer has passed away at the age of 69. William Houston of the Toronto Globe and Mail remembers his work. Peter […]

Some Monday Links

Time to give you some Monday links. One of my employees remains out so I still have to cover for him. The links will go up as soon as I get to my office or when I get home, but I’ll do my best to get them to you when I can. Starting with USA […]

Here Are The Tuesday Links

The links are up late as I had to be in another location this morning and someone came to my office. I hate when routines are thrown off, but I give you the links now. Neil Best of Newsday chronicles his time spent Sunday at NBC with the Football Night in America studio crew. In […]

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