Doing The Sunday Links

Well, my day has been planned for me, but I don’t want to leave you without links so I got up early to provide some until I return home sometime after 6 tonight. Without further ado, here are the links. Tom Van Riper at Forbes cautions fans who are caught up in the Pac 10/12 […]

Here Are Some Thursday Links

Trying to get ahead on some linkage before diving head first into some paperwork. Lots of stuff going on and let’s get busy, shall we? Tom Weir of USA Today’s Game On blog has ESPN denying LeBron James put pressure on the network to pull a story from its website. At Fanhouse, Milton Kent discusses […]

The Day Is Shot For Me Links

Having had to take Dad to the eye doctor then being told that I can’t go to the Massachusetts office because he’s taking a client to lunch is really killing me. Not having a car is killing me. Not having my own schedule is killing me. And after today, the blogging schedule will be light […]

Some Sunday Night Links

My plans to provide linkage this weekend went up in smoke when I had to run errands for my family, but I’ll do some this evening. My day has been planned for me on Monday so I don’t know when I can blog, but I’ll do my best. Mike Florio from Pro Football Talk has […]

Let's Do The Sunday Links

Went out last night for my friend’s 40th birthday party and let me say it was a rather raucous caucus. Singing, dancing, drinking, yelling, screaming and fighting, a good time was had by all. Well, maybe no fighting, but the other parts did occur. Anyway, late start on the links today. Let’s get to them. […]

Return of The Links

After a day in which it was difficult to get linkage in, I’ll do it today. So much is going on that it’s tough to ignore the stories that have surfaced in the last two days. Let’s get to the links. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand held a live chat on sports TV yesterday. I wish […]

Our Wednesday Linkage

Let’s do some links on this rainy Wednesday in the Northeast. By the way, last night I went to a great Japanese restaurant in Providence, Haruki East on Wayland Avenue. Highly recommend it. And on a rainy Tuesday night, there was a wait so that tells you it’s quite popular. Ate there with my parents […]

A Mid-Week Linkage Day

This being Wednesday, it means that we’re about to go past the mid-week mark and then the weekend will be getting closer. Time for some links. paidContent’s Staci D. Kramer has Fox Sports El Presidente por Vida David Hill says sports leagues will cut off their noses in spite of their faces if they continue […]

Some Tuesday Links

Been busy once again today so I’m going to give you some linkage now and perhaps some linkage tonight. Michael Hiestand of USA Today looks at the ratings from selected events from the weekend. Glen Dickson of Broadcasting & Cable writes that Verizon FIOS will pick up two Yankees games produced in 3-D that will […]

ESPN Has Selected Some Of Its Pac 10 Football Games For The Fall

ESPN has announced 16 games involving Pac 10 teams including 12 interconference games and 4 non-conference road games. A lot of them involve USC, Oregon, Washington, Stanford and UCLA as you will see from the press release below: ESPN Announces Select 2010 Pac-10 College Football Telecasts ESPN has announced 16 college football game selections involving […]

Some Additional Tuesday Linkage

I’m finding some good linkage for you this evening so I’ll give them to you now before Lost comes on. First, Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch explores why ESPN and Golf Channel were so willing to accept Tiger Woods’ interview restrictions and why CBS did not. Dennis Dodd of has the Pac-10 Conference looking into […]

Our Back To The Work Week Links

Let’s do some linkage for you as many of us are back to work today. Starting with the Sports Business Journal, we have the nominees for the publication’s 2010 Sports Business Awards. On The DL’s Dan Levy breaks down CBS’ announcing teams and assignments in the Sporting Blog. Greg Risling of the Associated Press says […]

College Basketball Viewing Picks for 03/13 & 03/14/09

men’s schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV Saturday, March 13 College Gameday – ESPN, noon men’s America East Championship Hartford at Vermont – ESPN2, noon ACC Tournament – Greensboro, NCSemifinalsDuke vs. Miami – ESPN/Raycom, 1:30 p.m. Georgia Tech vs. NC State – ESPN/Raycom, 4 p.m. Atlantic 10 Tournament – Atlantic City, NJSemifinals Temple […]

Snowy Wednesday Linkage

On this really snowy day in Southern Rhode Island, I’m at home, warm, toasty, trying to find a DirecTV channel that isn’t blocked by the snow. While parts up north hardly received any snow, we’re getting walloped here in southern Rhode Island. No fun. I’ll do links while I can. Eric Fisher of the Sports […]

Our Tuesday Linkage

Let’s do some linkage for you on this Tuesday. Starting with USA Today, Edward C. Baig looks at ESPN’s planned launch of its 3-D network in June. Michael Hiestand has the ratings of various weekend events. EPL Talk reports that Fox is in talks to buy Setanta Sports US.  SportsbyBrooks reports that the voice of […]