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Wednesday Night Links

Just when you think it’s safe to be free from linkage, you get some more. You know that game show Wipeout ABC was promoting during the NBA Finals? The show looks like a ripoff of Ninja Warrior on G4. Well, Awful Announcing has discovered who the host will be. The one good thing is the […]

Monday Evening Links

After watching the U.S. Open online, I have to say that I’m no longer against the Monday 18 hole playoff. Watching the entire playoff, it was tremendous golf and drama. Seeing Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate battle it out over 19 extra holes was a bonus and if the USGA wants to keep tradition and […]

Saturday Quickie Links

As I’m back home after being away for most of the day. I’ll give you some linkage. By the way, I recorded Cubs Forever: Celebrating 60 Years of WGN-TV and the Chicago Cubs which looks back at the longest relationship between a sports team and a television station. From what I’ve seen, it’s very good. […]

29th Sports Emmy Award Winners

Last night, the 29th Sports Emmy Awards were held in New York and the big winner was HBO with 8. James Brown won Best Studio Host for CBS, NBC had a clean sweep of Play-by-Play, Studio Analyst and Game Analyst. SUMMARY OF WINNERS BY NETWORK HBO (8) Lords of Flatbush ……………………………………………………………… 2 Mayweather / Hatton […]

The Week Ahead

This is something I’m going to try to do every Sunday, previewing what’s ahead in the Week in Sport. One of the bigger events on the sporting calendar is the Kentucky Derby and it’s always a sign of spring. NBC Sports will have its coverage starting at 4 p.m. this Saturday, May 3 with a […]

The Sunday Links

On this Sunday, I’ll give you some more links because linkage never takes the weekend off. First, I’d like to thank Will Leitch of Deadspin for linking over to Fang’s Bites this weekend. Will was doing his week in review and linked to my post listing the rundown for Costas Now this Tuesday. It’s much […]

Some Monday Night Stuff

Ok, let’s give you some linkage as it appears the Montreal Canadiens will advance to the second round of the NHL playoffs. Starting with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch, he has his weekly Media Circus column. Bruce Allen of the Boston Sports Media Watch has news from the Comcast SportsNet New England people stating that Game […]

Monday Night Update

Let me give you some quick links this evening. First, Jim Williams of the DC/Baltimore Examiner writes that Tony Kornheiser and Ron Jaworski will return to Monday Night Football this season. Ken Schott of the Schenectady Gazette writes in his blog about the opening weekend of primetime games in the National Football League. The Sports […]

A Few More Thursday Links for You

After seeing Georgetown-Villanova in the Big East Tournament earlier today, I’m now watching NC State-Miami (FL) in the ACC Tournament. I’m not watching the games off ESPN360, but from another site, but I’m not going to say which one. If you really need to know, you can try to e-mail me and if I’m in […]

Sports Emmy Nominations Announced

The nominees for the 29th Sports Emmy Awards have been announced. HBO leads the list with 31 nominations with 5 for Real Sports and 5 for Inside the NFL. ESPN is next with 27 (although I’m sure ESPN will have a press release stating that combined with ESPN2, ESPN Classic and ABC, it leads the […]

Thursday Update

Time to give you an afternoon update. North Myrtle Beach, SC police say someone placed a noose the sign of the former home of Golf Channel host Kelly Tilghman. In the wake of today’s announcement of CBS picking up four Mixed Martial Arts events, David Meltzer of Yahoo Sports says this move could change MMA […]

Monday Evening Links

Let’s give you some more links this evening. First, Newsday’s Neil Best notes in his blog that the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship on NBC with Tiger Woods outpaced the NBA game on ABC with Shaquille O’Neal on Sunday. Neil reports that NBC has passed on the Boston Bruins-New York Rangers tilt for its NHL […]

Quickie Wednesday Update

Time to give you a few links this evening. Michael Lev of the Orange County Register says the end of HBO’s Inside the NFL is bittersweet. Justin Terranova of the New York Post writes in the NYP TV Sports blog that former hosts Nick Buoniconti and Len Dawson will appear on the final show. Newsday’s […]

Friday Megalinks Combined with Saturday Links

My fault that the Friday megalinks weren’t here yesterday. Lots of issues that I don’t need to get into, but I’ll give them to you today with your weekly Saturday links. Let’s go: Michael Hiestand of USA Today writes about Fox’s plans for its silly Red Carpet Super Bowl pregame show. TV Week has the […]

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