Fox NFL Sunday Quotage For Week 7

The big news coming out of Fox NFL Sunday is the revelation from Jay Glazer that Brett Favre admitted to NFL Security that he made phone calls to Jenn Sterger, but denied sending pictures to her. That’s the video that we’ll embed as part of the Fox NFL Sunday quotage here. FOX NFL SUNDAY NOTES […]

Bringing The Sunday Links

Let’s get busy with the Sunday linkage. Some good stuff to get to. On Fox NFL Sunday, Jay Glazer reported that Vikings quarterback Brett Favre denied sending pictures of his shlong to Jenn Sterger, but did admit to leaving voicemails on her cell phone. I’ll have video of that segment during the Fox NFL Sunday […]

Let’s Do Some Saturday Linkage

Time to provide some linkage on this Saturday. Lots of stuff going on. Tom Van Riper of notes that Cablevision and Fox are now acting like spoiled little children.  John Simon from Bloomberg reviews the Broadway play, “Lombardi”. At the Indiana University National Sports Journalism Center, Dave Kindred wants to see the wall of […]

Time For Some Friday Megalinks

I haven’t given you a full set of Friday megalinks since October 1, so it’s time to do some now. Let’s get to them. The Weekend Viewing Picks has your sports and primetime viewing. National USA Today’s Michael Hiestand and Mike McCarthy debate what can be done to improve baseball’s ratings. Fanhouse says Jenn Sterger […]

Filling Out The Wednesday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage. I had to catch up on paperwork in the morning and I’ll provide some links now. Lots of good stuff today. We begin with Sports Business Daily and a story on ESPN starting a three part series on how the public views LeBron James? Does this require three days? The Alleged […]

Monday’s Links Wrapped In A Nice Bow For You

Let’s do your links on this Monday. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand says MLB’s League Championship Series are in a position to do well in the ratings although last night, Sunday Night Football on NBC beat NLCS Game 2 on Fox quite handily. Here’s big news. Nat Worden of Dow Jones Newswires reports that next Monday’s […]

A Sunday Linkage Grind

Let’s do some linkage for you on this busy Sports Sunday. NFL Week 6 and Game 2 of the NLCS. We also have the Cablevision/Fox talks that affects 3 million households in the nation’s largest media market. And there’s the Mad Men season finale tonight so I may have to hire a blimp to fly […]

Some Quick Mid-Week Linkage

I’m at a FedEx office in Cambridge, MA using its free wi-fi and taking every advantage of its LapNet Station. I could go all out and start using the copiers and printers, but free wi-fi is enough for me. I’m a happy blogger when I can connect from outside the office. It means you deserve […]

Let’s Bring You The Tuesday Linkage

Already, I’ve been all over Kent County in Rhode Island for no good particular reason so I’m hoping I can stay in one place for a bit to give you linkage. Let’s begin with Michael Hiestand of USA Today who looks at the TV ratings from the weekend. Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch has his Media […]

Doing Monday Linkage On A Holiday

Columbus Day is a holiday for some of you. If I’m in Massachusetts, my office has it as a holiday as the work we do is dependent on unions and they take the day off. If I’m in Rhode Island, we don’t have it off and since this is where I am today, I’m working. […]

A Full Set of Sunday Linkage

Ok, I don’t have to go anywhere today so I can provide you with a full set of links without being interrupted. Let’s get to the sports media stories today. Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News says Versus’ NHL season opener became the most watched regular season hockey game on cable since the ESPN days. Mike […]

A Round of Saturday Linkage

Let’s do a few links. Sorry about not doing a full Friday megalinks, but after starting work Thursday night and never finishing until Friday afternoon, I never could get started. I’ll try to do better next week. Let’s do some linkage now. At Fanhouse, former attorney Clay Travis tells us what the legal ramifications are […]

Launching Some Friday Megalinks

It has been a very busy Thursday into Friday. I worked all night into this morning and haven’t slept so I’m going on fumes here. But I still do the linkage because it is what you come to expect from the site so let’s get cracking. You have the Weekend Viewing Picks that provide your […]

More Thursday Linkage

Ok, lets provide some more linkage. Crazy day today. Well, the long-awaited Brett Favre schlong pics are out including those voicemails to Jenn Sterger that may or may not have come from the quarterback. Deadspin has them all and you can decide whether they come from Favre or a very good impersonator. Just be careful […]

Quick Thursday Links

I’m at the Massachusetts office, but could be leaving any minute as the big boss, better known as Dad, is with me today and he could ask to leave. So I’ll do as many links as I can before leaving.Michael McCarthy of USA Today examines a Forbes magazine report which states the average value of […]

Back To Monday Linkage

Now that the wedding hangover is just about over, I’m back at work, also blogging and ready for another week in the dog days of August. Let’s go. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has CBS’ Phil Simms discussing the enigma that is Brett Favre.’s Dennis Dodd says eight Big 12 schools are in discussion to […]

It’s The Tuesday Links

Ok, I’ve writing posts for Thursday and Friday, days which I’ll be away and attending a wedding. So they’ll automatically publish so keep your feeds updated. I hope you will enjoy them. They’ll certainly have you debating. Now to the links. Eric Fisher in Sports Business Daily mentions that has relaunched today with more […]

Saturday’s Linkfest

I have a little bit of time to do some linkage today. Let’s get to it. In Sports Illustrated, Andy Staples and Stewart Mandel look at the ten trends that will influence college football in this decade including how TV will be involved.  At Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio says after using HBO’s Hard Knocks […]

Friday Night Megalinks

After playing chauffeur all day today, it’s time to do some linkage for you. As usual, we have the Weekend Viewing Picks. And now to our links. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand and Mike McCarthy debate the Jim Gray/Corey Pavin dispute. Fanhouse’s John Walters was able to go inside ESPN’s college football meetings this week. John […]

Our Thursday Linkage

Let’s do some links here. I had a late night monitoring the Texas Rangers auction and reading the live blog that CBS 11 in Dallas conducted throughout the entire process. The great Maury Brown of the Biz of Baseball also provided coverage on his site and