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ESPN's Plans for the Super Bowl

I told you earlier today that ESPN would announce its plans for Super Bowl Week programming. I guess the fine people in ESPN PR’s department read my mind or blog and put out a release outlining its plans for next week in Tampa for its multiple platforms on TV, the internet and in print. It’s […]

College Football Viewing Picks for 12/06/08, All Times Eastern

College Gameday, live from the SEC Championship, 10 a.m. noonArmy vs. Navy at Philadelphia – CBS Pittsburgh at UConn – ESPNConference USA Championship/East Carolina at Tulsa – ESPN2NCAA Division II Semifinal/Minnesota-Duluth at California (PA) – ESPN Classic 1 p.m.ACC Championship/Virginia Tech vs. Boston College at Tampa, FL – ABC 3 p.m.Washington at Cal – FSN […]

College Football Viewing Picks for 10/11/08, All Times Eastern

College Gameday live from the Cotton Bowl – ESPN, 10 a.m. noonOklahoma vs. Texas at Fair Park, TX – ABC Big Ten Network coverage mapIowa at Indiana – Big Ten NetworkToledo at Michigan – Big Ten Network Minnesota at Illinois – ESPNSyracuse at West Virginia – ESPNU East Carolina at Virginia – RaycomCornell at Harvard […]

College Football Viewing Picks for 09/27/08, All Times Eastern

College Gameday, live from Athens, GA – ESPN, 10 a.m. noonMinnesota at Ohio State – Big Ten NetworkMichigan State at Indiana – ESPNNorth Carolina at Miami (FL) – ESPN2Nortwestern at Iowa – ESPN ClassicVirginia at Duke – ESPNUMaryland at Clemson – Raycom 12:30 p.m.Ole Miss at Florida – RaycomArmy at Texas A&M – Versus 3 […]

College Football Viewing Picks for 09/20/08, All Times Eastern

College Gameday, live from Jordan-Hare Stadium, Auburn University – ESPN, 10 a.m. noonBig Ten Network Coverage MapFlorida Atlantic at Minnesota – Big Ten NetworkOhio at Northwestern – Big Ten NetworkTroy at Ohio State – Big Ten NetworkTemple at Penn State – Big Ten NetworkCentral Michigan at Purdue – Big Ten Network East Carolina at North […]

College Football Viewing Picks for 09/06/08, All Times Eastern

College Gameday, live from Gainesville, FL – ESPN, 10 a.m. 12:00 p.m.Big Ten Network Coverage MapEastern Illinois at Illinois – Big Ten NetworkFlorida International at Iowa – Big Ten NetworkEastern Michigan at Michigan State – Big Ten NetworkNorthern Colorado at Purdue – Big Ten NetworkMarshall at Wisconsin – Big Ten Network Ohio at Ohio State […]

Some More Tuesday Links

Before I focus on doing something else other than blogging, let me provide you with some more links. From the Sports Business Journal, John Ourand has a very good article on the fallout from the SEC/ESPN deal from last week. John Ourand teams up with Eric Fisher for a story on Major League Baseball looking […]

Our Sunday Night Links

I was out all day preventing me from looking for links, but I’m back now so let’s do some linkage. Starting with David Scott of Boston Sports Media Watch, he tells us that Gordon Edes is finally leaving the Boston Globe and heading over to Yahoo. Broadcasting & Cable editor Ben Grossman talks in a […]

Our Tuesday Linkage

We have a wide range of links today. Let’s start with Michael Hiestand of USA Today who looks over the ratings of selected events from the weekend. Newsday’s Neil Best feels NBC came through during its coverage of the U.S. Open. In his blog, Neil says he was impressed with one of Johnny Miller’s first-guesses […]

A More Than A Few Thursday Night Links

Well, U.S. Open has been the dominant sports story of the day. As much as I enjoy criticizing ESPN, I will give the network praise today for live online coverage of the U.S. Open and the Euro 2008 soccer tournament. Through ESPN360, I was able to keep track of the Open and Croatia-Germany thanks to […]

Here Come the Thursday Links

I’ve been in the midst of finishing some work before the holiday weekend as I won’t be in the office tomorrow. No, I’m not starting the weekend early, I’ll be at a jobsite so the Friday megalinks will be up sometime during the afternoon. Let’s get to the links while I can. Richard Sandomir from […]

Sunday Linkage

After running some errands this morning, I’m back and it’s time to give you some links. We start with Richard Sandomir of the New York Times who talks with Harold Reynolds who did a stint with SNY this weekend. And Richard says unlike the Kentucky Derby where he feels NBC Sports dropped the ball in […]

The First Anniversary Friday Megalinks

Today marks the 1st Anniversary of Fang’s Bites. Unbelievably, today also marks the first anniversary of Neil Best’s Watchdog blog. I would not in any way compare my blog to Neil’s, but thanks to him, he’s been able to provide me with plenty of links for you to read. And there are plenty of people […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks (All Times Eastern)

A-10 ChampionshipSt. Joseph’s vs. Temple – ESPN, 6 p.m. ACC TournamentNorth Carolina vs. Georgia Tech – ESPN/Raycom, 1:30 p.m.Duke vs. Clemson – ESPN/Raycom, 4 p.m. Big East ChampionshipGeorgetown vs. Pittsburgh – ESPN, 8 p.m. Big Ten TournamentMichigan State vs. Wisconsin – CBS, 1:30 p.m.Minnesota vs. Illinois – CBS, 3:45 p.m. Big 12 TournamentOklahoma vs. Texas […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks (All Times Eastern)

Saturday, March 8, 2008College Gameday, live from Duke University – ESPN, 11 a.m. Louisville at Georgetown – CBS, noonMiami at Florida State – Raycom, noonNC State at Wake Forest – Raycom, noon Minnesota at Illinois – Big Ten Network, 1 p.m.UAB at Memphis – CSTV, 1 p.m. Stanford at USC – CBS, 2 p.m.Vanderbilt at […]

Late Wednesday Links

Let’s give some more links before shutting it down for the night. Neil Best of Newsday finds a pretty cool YouTube vid that shows Bob Costas hosting the old NFL Live post game show and interviewing a young QB named Brett Favre after his first comeback victory. From the Albany Times Union, Pete Dougherty has […]

The Sleepy Wednesday Links

It’s mid-week, I’ve yet to catch up on my sleep, but I’m sure you don’t care and why should you? Anyway, let’s give you the links for today. It’s been over 24 hours since we heard about Brett Favre’s retirement. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand looks to the next phase of Favre’s career which could be […]

Double Yoi! The Monday Links

I’m dragging as I worked into the wee hours of the morning. I’m even dozing off as I write so I’ve got to finish the links and do some work. Let’s get started. Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes that Bob Knight’s first appearance on the ESPN family of networks was just like his press […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks (All Times Eastern)

Saturday, March 1College Gameday, live from Lawrence, KS – ESPN, 11 a.m. Duke at NC State – CBS, noonPittsburgh at Syracuse – ESPN, noonWright State at Valparaiso – ESPN2, noon Northwestern at Purdue – Big Ten Network, 2 p.m.Georgetown at Marquette – CBS, 2 p.m.Texas A&M at Oklahoma – ESPN, 2 p.m.Wichita State at Drake […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks (All Times Eastern)

Saturday, February 22College Gameday, live from Memphis, TN – ESPN, 11 a.m.VCU at Akron – ESPN2, 11 a.m.UConn at Villanova – ESPN, noonGeorge Mason at Ohio – ESPN2, 1 p.m. Arkansas at Kentucky or Army at Navy – CBS, 2 p.m.Lehigh at Lafayette – CSTV, 2 p.m.Iowa at Michigan State – ESPN, 2 p.m.Jackson State […]

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