Some Mid-Week Links

Doing some linkage and my computer has been acting up on me. This is all connected with me falling asleep with the lights and my glasses on. I have a feeling I dropped my computer while asleep so I have to deal with it shutting off about seven times today. So while I deal with […]

Thursday's Links

Let’s get cracking on linkage. I’m a bit late on starting this morning. We start with Breaking News. Erin Andrews has won Playboy’s Sexiest Sportscaster for the second year in a row. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand talks about Fox Sports airing cartoons of Digger the Gopher before this Sunday’s Daytona 500. Bill Fleischman of the […]

It's Back! The Friday Megalinks are Here!

After a week’s absence and the start of my massive computer problems, I give you the Friday megalinks. I appreciate your patience during this tough stretch for me. About another week and I should be back on track. Let’s go over the viewing weekend before we get into the megalinks. Weekend Viewing Picks There are […]

Videos of the Week – Some Tennis Stuff

Since the Australian Open is about to begin this weekend, I’ll give you some interesting tennis videos. I have to thank for this one. Here’s a video of tennis couples past and present. Here’s Maria Sharapova imitating Andy Roddick’s serve as Andy’s charity event. And here’s Andy imitating Maria Here’s a preview of the […]

Friday Megalinks, Finally

I managed to get back from the jobsite earlier than expected so I can do some links plus a few more things for you today. So let’s do our megalinks first and go from there. Michael Hiestand of USA Today says humor has helped Fox NFL Sunday to be a success. And here’s the weekend […]

Time for the Tuesday Update

Kind of slow on this Tuesday afternoon, but I still try to find links for you because you’re a loyal visitor. Well, CNBC’s Darren Rovell is officially smitten with Ana Ivanovic. He has another post on her, this one on her sponsor on the WTA Tour. And in case you’re skeptical about Ana’s beauty (you […]

Monday Update

I have to start out by saying the US Open has got to work with rightsholders CBS and whomever will hold the cable contract next year (USA Network, Tennis Channel, ESPN) to allow live streaming of its matches. Right now, trying to find streams from other rightsholders has been quite difficult. EuroSport from Spain and […]

Thursday Update

Some more links for you today. Jim Williams of the DC/Baltimore Examiner has the preview of the sports weekend. He also mentions a new show, Fast Cars & Superstars, hosted by ESPN’s Kenny Mayne which premieres before the NBA Finals tonight. In his Newsday blog, Neil Best reports that SNY Mets analyst Ron Darling has […]