I’ll give you some more linkage on this Sunday night.
David Scott of Boston Sports Media Watch breaks his exile and has reaction to the latest dust-up between Sports Guy Bill Simmons and ESPN.com.
A couple of things from Neil Best of Newsday. He breaks news that the YES Network has until Thursday to match the offer from MSG Network to take the simulcast of Mike Francesa’s WFAN Radio show. Neil says the antiquated NFL rules prevented New York fans from seeing the end of the Green Bay-Tennessee game.
Ray Frager of the Baltimore Sun noticed several mistakes made by CBS’ Rich Gannon during the Ravens-Cleveland game today.
Roger van der Horst of the Raleigh News & Observer has the ACC football TV schedule for this week.
Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News recaps the NFL Today on Terrell Owens’ ranking in Bill Cowher’s list of current top wide receivers.
Steve Lepore’s Puck the Media site has the schedule of Yahoo NHL webcasts for this month.
Rick Kissell of Variety says ESPN’s Monday Night Football is paying dividends for the network.
Ian R. Rapoport of the Birmingham (AL) News says ESPN’s College Gameday will be in Baton Rouge, LA this Saturday for the Alabama-LSU game.
DirecTV is now offering Comcast SportsNet New England in HD.
That will do you until Monday.