Some Saturday Linkage

by Ken Fang on April 3, 2010

Let’s do a few links on this lazy Saturday. Beautiful in the Northeast. We deserve this after the floods, but I said this Friday so I won’t repeat myself again. Here are some links for you.

Tim Gardner and Thomas O’Toole of USA Today’s Campus Rivalry blog looks at the mini-controversy over some artwork of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski on the cover of the Indianapolis Star.

The Nielsen ratings Wire blog notes that Duke gets the most buzz of all of the teams in this year’s Final Four.

A very distressing story, ESPN’s Erin Andrews has been receiving death threats e-mailed to the Dan Patrick show. And apparently the e-mails have been getting progressively violent. Leave the woman alone, please. 

In the New York Times, Richard Sandomir notes several big anomalies in the Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees season series this year.

To the Buffalo News where Jerry Pergament writes about ESPN debuting a new two hour block on ABC today.

In the Washington Examiner, Jim Williams talks about MASN having not one, but two dedicated HD channels.

Mel Bracht of the Daily Oklahoman has a few news and notes in his blog.

Mike Haag in the San Antonio Express-News says ESPN is publishing a new book which pays tribute to the late Dale Earnhardt.

Bill Center of the San Diego Union-Tribune talks with new Padres TV voice Dick Enberg, who’s about to embark on the new phase of his career.

The Sports Media Watch notes that the NCAA Tournament’s ratings are up slightly from 2009.

SMW says rain did not help NBC’s ratings for the PGA Tour’s Arnold Palmer Invitational.

And SMW writes that rain delay coverage of last week’s NASCAR event actually outrated the NBA last weekend.

As we enter the 2010 MLB regular reason, Maury Brown at the Biz of Baseball reviews the archaic TV blackout rules

Sox & Dawgs has the 2010 Red Sox radio network.

Chris Byrne at the Eye on Sports Media has the list of theaters where you can catch the Final Four in 3-D.

And that will do it for the links for today.

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