College Basketball Viewing Picks for 02/22 & 02/23/2014

All Times Eastern Men’s Schedule courtesy of Matt’s College Sports on TV Men’s Announcing Schedule and Women’s Schedule plus announcers courtesy of Eye on Sky and Air Sports Saturday, February 22 Men’s Studio and Pregame Shows College GameDay live from Boulder, CO — ESPNU, 10 a.m./ESPN, 11 a.m. Big Ten Tip-Off Show 2014 — Big […]

Fang’s Bites Podcast No. 4 — James Andrew Miller, ESPN Book

Just one guest today on the Fang’s Bites podcast and it’s James Andrew Miller, the co-author of Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN. The subjects discussed: Brent Musburger being replaced as Voice of College Football Management Changes at ESPN The Grantland story on Dr. V, the transgender woman who committed […]

SNL’s Jay Pharoah As Stephen A. Smith

I don’t watch Saturday Night Live unless … Ok, I just don’t watch, there is no unless. Anyway, NBC sent this clip from last night’s Weekend Update with Seth Myers and Jay Pharoah did a bang up job as ESPN’s Stephen A. “A is for Acrimony” Smith. In this segment, Seth asks “Stephen” to talk […]

You Need Linkage On That Wall….

Yes you do. It’s overdue. I thought being on unemployment would give me more time for doing the site. Instead, I have less. I don’t know how that’s happened. Anyway, here are some links for you. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand has soon-to-be NBC’s Michelle Beadle saying even she’s sick of the coverage on where she’s […]

A Few Sunday Links

Looks like I’ll be out for most of the day today. Avoided my day being planned for me on Saturday, but not on Sunday. Multichannel News looks at NBC Sports Group’s Hockey Day in America coverage. Kent Gibbons of Multichannel writes that Fuse which was dropped by Time Warner Cable ahead of its dispute with […]

Posting As Many Monday Links As I Can

Been busy again today, but I’ll try to post as many links here as possible. Don’t know if I can do a complete set, but I’ll see what I can do. USA Today’s Michael Hiestand hears from ESPN’s Brent Musburger who calls tonight’s BCS National Championship Game. Tom Weir of USA Today says Tim Tebow […]

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 […]

Some Monday Linkage

I’ve been out for much of the day and my phone battery died while in transit so imagine feeling out of touch and lost like I did. But I’m back with you. I’ll do a few links here and add a few more in another post later. Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand has his sports […]

A Monday Linkfest

Back to the work grind and time to provide some linkage today. Starting with USA Today’s Game On! blog which has Michael McCarthy interviewing Chris “Mad Dog” Russo about his debut on Sirius Satellite Radio today. And Michael says any thought of the Patriots collapsing due to Tom Brady’s injury should be perished. CNBC’s Darren […]

A Lazy Friday Megalink Session

I have to be honest with you. I’m a bit slow in getting the megalinks up to you today because of various issues. Yes work is one of them, but another is just being slow to get to the blog. Another issue was piecing together the premiere episode of The Amazing Race Asia 3 of […]

Late Thursday Night Stuffage

I’ll give you some more stuff tonight. First, a quick update on Broadview Networks. Well, the repairman showed up at my office at noon today and proceeded to fix the problem. It took 2.5 hours to get everything up and working again. Of course at the end, he handed a bill which totaled $375 when […]

Your Thursday Links

Time to give you some links today. Mel Bracht of The Daily Oklahoman writes that Cox Communications will beam 25 games of the New Orleans Hornets into Oklahoma City. As you know, the Hornets played in Oklahoma City for two years while New Orleans recovered from Hurricane Katrina. And the Hornets have returned to New […]

SNL Parody of the MLB/Dane Cook promos

Last Saturday, SNL did a bunch of sports promo parodies including two on the really stupid Dane Cook/MLB ads. Dane Cook is a hack and somehow managed to talk his way to getting this gig. NOTE – As of October 22, NBC has taken all of its videos off YouTube so the ALCS videos is […]

Stevie Nicks' Fajita Roundup (Video of the week)

Thanks to After Ellen for posting this on its website, here’s one of the funniest Saturday Night Live sketches. Lucy Lawless as Stevie Nicks doing Stevie Nicks’ Fajita Roundup. And here’s the real Stevie doing two of her best songs, Stand Back and Landslide on Ellen Degeneres’ show. And here she is doing Landslide with […]