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Cranking Out Some Friday Megalinks

Ok, linkage has been really scarce over the last month and a half and I apologize for that. My schedules have been quite busy and it’s been tough to sit down for the time it takes to gather the links. I hope that changes over the next month or so. I have some National links […]

Our NCAA Tournament Tuesday Links

I know not many of you will feel it necessary to watch tonight’s FIRST FOUR™ doubleheader of the NCAA Tournament, but I will. Yes, the Tournament doesn’t start in earnest until Thursday, but seeing some postseason college basketball one day after Selection Sunday is always welcome. Let’s do some links for you. Michael Hiestand of […]

Ringing In Some Monday Linkage

Let’s do our Monday linkage today. Michael Hiestand from USA Today writes that CBS/Turner’s Clark Kellogg will have a big “get” during halftime of Tuesday’s NCAA Tournament First Four game. Mike Reynolds at Multichannel News says MSG Network has a new show dedicated to the best and worst baseball trades and deals. Mike says YES […]

Bringing Out Some Tuesday Links

Let’s do some links on this Tuesday. Michael Hiestand from USA Today writes that a tepid LSU-Alabama rematch drew the BCS National Championship Game’s lowest overnight rating ever on ESPN. Mike McCarthy of USA Today reports that former ESPN analyst Sean Salisbury has either quit or been fired from his MTV2 Lingerie Football League gig. […]

Some Sunday Quick Links

Since Friday, I’ve been all over the place and haven’t been able to provide linkage for you and I’m currently suck at work right now so I can’t watch the AFC Championship and will probably miss a good portion of the NFC Championship. That’s what happens when the blog is not the full time job. […]

A Few Thursday Afternoon Links

I have a free moment before I leave for home. Let’s give you some linkage. I’ve been meaning to link to Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch who’s been doing an Olympics daily preview of what you’ll see on NBC. Richard writes what’s in store for us when we turn on our TV’s this evening. Tom Hoffarth […]

Late Night Links

For the first time since the Olympics began, I lost a bit of interest in the coverage tonight. I think mostly it was due to Michael Phelps not having a medal to swim for this evening. He did have a 200 individual medley semifinal, but that was it for his schedule for tonight. NBC did […]

Our Regular Friday Megalinks

Let’s do our weekly Friday megalinks for today. We begin as always with Michael Hiestand of USA Today. He writes about ESPN’s hiring of Bob Knight, MMA coming to CBS and the son of one of the famous Hanson Brothers (Slap Shot) not realizing his dad’s fame until he was 13. Richard Deitsch of Sports […]

Thursday Thursday

I keep thinking today is a continuation of Wednesday, but luckily, it’s not. I definitely need Saturday because I’ve been working late into the night. But I hope that changes soon. Anyway, let’s get to your links. The Detroit News’ Joanne C. Gerstner talks about Red Wings TV analyst Mickey Redmond’s second battle with cancer. […]

Our Wednesday Linkfest

Let’s give you some links for this middle of the week. USA Today’s Michael McCarthy talks about ESPN’s personnel moves, hiring Cris Carter while letting go of Sean Salisbury. Larry Stewart from the Los Angeles Times talks with Salisbury, saying the parting from ESPN was mutual. John Ryan of the San Jose Mercury News has […]

Some More Tuesday Links

It’s been a busy Tuesday. People have been hired, fired and re-hired. I already talked about Sean Salisbury leaving ESPN. The blogosphere is abuzz about Salisbury. However, there were other personnel moves today. Before Sean Salisbury became the personnel move of the day, ESPN announced it had hired Cris Carter, formerly of HBO, as a […]

Say Goodbye to Sean Salisbury

In a move that can only be described as surprising, ESPN announced today that NFL analyst Sean Salisbury is out after 12 years. A press release put forth by the Worldwide Leader has just two short statements, one from Salisbury, the other by ESPN. No reason is given, no explanation is forthcoming. Salisbury says he […]

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