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Some Quick Sunday Links

I’m going to provide a few links for you since they’ve been lacking here over the last few days. We begin with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deistch who talked with ESPN’s Brent Musburger who will call Monday’s BCS National Championship Game. Mike Reynolds from Multichannel News talks with ESPN’s Chris Fowler about the BCS National Championship […]

A Few Sunday Links

Let’s provide some linkage on this NFL Sunday. Dennis Dodd at CBSSports.com writes that the SEC plans to reopen its humungous media rights contract with ESPN soon after its admission of Missouri into the conference is made official. Glenn Davis at SportsGrid has video of ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit losing his concentration as an earthquake hit […]

Unleashing Some Friday Megalinks

Ok, let’s get this done. Lots of linkage from yesterday and today. I need to catch up. Let’s go. Check out your Weekend Viewing Picks for the sports and entertainment programming for Saturday and Sunday. National Mike McCarthy of USA Today wonders if there’s a glass ceiling for women in sports television. Former Comcast SportsNet […]

Monday Linkage

Let’s do some links now. I have to write my recap of Blogs with Balls 4 while everything is still fresh in my mind. It really was a great event to attend and wonderful to meet so many good people. I hope to have the BwB recap up tonight. Here are some links for you. […]

A Monday Linkage Post

Let’s do you some links on this Monday, a get back to work day for many of you. Starting with John Ourand of Sports Business Journal, he writes that ESPN is now shooting back at critics who say the network will pass its huge Monday Night Football deal down to cable subscribers. Sports Business Journal […]

BREAKING: Hazel Mae Leaves MLB Network For Rogers Sportsnet

This news is going to make some fanboys sad. According to the Canadian Sports Media Blog, Hazel Mae is leaving MLB Network to go back home to Canada and work for her former employer, Rogers Sportsnet. [blackbirdpie url=” We don’t have another source on this, but we’re attempting to find out more. Hazel joined MLB […]

It's A Saturday Link Thing

Let’s give you some links on this Saturday. I have some work to do, but I’ll get the linkage out of the way first. Rarely do I start the links with Barry Horn, but I’m going to today. He writes in his weekly column that the NFL is back with the Scouting Combine, all of […]

A Late Wednesday Night/Early Thursday Update

As I’m charging my iPod, I figured I would give you a quick update. Another busy day as we find that there was a fake edition of the New York Times published complete with fake stories and ads and a convincing website. Let’s give you some links as I listen to Social Distortion‘s Ball and […]

Quotes from MLB Network Conference Call

Today, the MLB Network held a conference call with reporters involving its new talent and President/CEO Tony Petitti. Here are the highlights. Quotes from MLB Network On-Air Talent Conference Call, 11/12 Tony Petitti, President and Chief Executive Officer, MLB Network On The New Talent:“One of things we’re most excited about here is they all have […]

Late Friday Night Links

I’ll give you a few late night links before heading to bed. I watched Manny Ramirez’s first at-bat on FSN Prime Ticket and listening to Vin Scully is like enjoying the best red wine out of your cellar. The man is 80 years old and about to turn 81 and he still has it. Let’s […]

Friday Megalinks

My apologies for not posting after my Thursday entry. I was called away to the home office which has only one dial-up internet connection and could not post to the blog. And then I was at the Reality Fan Forum last night helping to update the Big Brother Head of Household competition so blogging last […]

Some Tuesday Evening Links For You

Still trying to get some work done at the office before the month’s end so the blogging schedule is a bit reversed right now. And tomorrow, I’ll be at a job site so I won’t be giving you links right off the bat in the morning. I’ll give them when I can tomorrow. Let’s give […]

Monday Links

As we get ready for the All-Star Game tomorrow, let’s give you some links. Newsday’s Neil Best, back from vacation, writes about Billy Packer’s departure from CBS. Roger Van Der Horst in the Charlotte News & Observer says Packer was prepared for this day. Reid Cherner and Tom Weir of the USA Today Game On! […]

Some Saturday Linkage

I was out earlier today so it’s time to give some links on this Saturday night. Ken Schott of the Schenectady Gazette writes that a local sports anchor is very deserving of a recent promotion. Alan Pergament of the Buffalo News says fans are hoping the news about the NFL Network games moving to ESPN […]

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