Let’s do some long overdue linkage for you. It’s been owed big time.
On the Fang’s Bites main page, I have a poll on which theme tunes should be the “official” ones for each sport. You can vote over at Fang’s Bites. Now to your links.
Mike McCarthy of USA Today writes that a San Diego sports anchor is in trouble for referring to NASCAR driver Danica Patrick as a “B.”
Michael Hiestand from USA Today says the NBA All-Star Game’s overnight ratings are down from last year.
Michael says Fox did its best to hype Danica Patrick during Sunday’s Daytona 500 rain delay coverage.
John Daly at the Daly Planet is doing yeoman’s work in updating his site on Fox’s plans for the Daytona 500 which is now scheduled to air at 7 p.m. ET.
The Nielsen Wire blog says despite her lack of multiple victories, Danica Patrick remains the most known motorsports driver.
The Associated Press says Fox Sports is looking to extend its current rights deal with NASCAR that will expire in 2014.
Michael Schottey at Bleacher Report has some suggestions on how to improve NFL Scouting Combine coverage.
Mike Reynolds of Multichannel News writes that Universal Sports has picked up a carriage deal with Dish Network giving the satellite provider “TV Everywhere” rights.
Jeanine Poggi of Advertising Age says CBS/Turner will make a big marketing push for March Madness.
Newsday’s Neil Best talks with new Mets radio voice Josh Lewin.
Phil Mushnick of the New York Post finds something to complain about today.
Pete Dougherty at the Albany Times Union writes that ESPN has unveiled its primetime ACC football schedule.
Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post’s DC Sports Bog looks at one local anchorman’s thoughts about changing the name of the DC NFL Team.
Skyler Swisher of the Daytona Beach (FL) News-Journal talks with ESPN motorsports pit reporter Jamie Little.
Tom Jones at the Tampa Bay Times looks back at the weekend in sports television.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Bob Wolfley says the paper’s readers blame ESPN for ruining Ryan Braun’s reputation.
Shane Nyman of the Green Bay Gazette feels ESPN is overgushing over Jeremy Lin.
Dusty Saunders at the Denver Post reviews ESPN’s documentary on Magic Johnson’s announcement that he had AIDS.
Tom Hoffarth of the Los Angeles Daily News has your sports calendar for this week.
Andrew Bucholz at Awful Announcing writes about ESPN college football analyst Ed Cunningham winning an Oscar for Best Documentary feature last night.
That will do it for now.