Theocracy Over

David Scott – a look at Shaughnessy and the Globe’s involvement in all of this.

Scott Van Voorhis – Cozy Sox-Globe ties called into question.

A Farewell to Ethics – A post by Jeff Sullivan on this site from March, where the former Globe writer tells us the following:

Start with Dan Shaughnessy, who infuriated at least one co-worker last year when he landed his daughter an internship with Red Sox Chairman Tom Werner’s production company in California. Not exactly setting the standard for journalistic integrity are we, Dano?

In light of that, perhaps Dan’s willingness to serve as Lucchino’s mouthpiece on Sunday makes a little more sense.

Patriots Daily Links – Report card, new fullback in town.

Game Day Rear View – Review of Patriots/Bills plus extensive Patriots notes.

Celtics Season Preview on FSN by yours truly.

Shira Springer looks at the Celtics as they embark on another youth movement this season. Danny Ainge notes that there are different levels of youth. Gerald Green youth is different from Orien Greene youth is different from Ricky Davis youth. Steve Bulpett says that the Celtics are adjusting to the new conduct and dress codes, implemented first by the team, and then by the league. Peter May has a pair of NBA previews in the Globe, as he looks at the Eastern Conference, where he has the Celtics ranked 10th out of 15 team in the east. In the Western Conference, May sees the Texas teams taking three out of the top four spots in the conference, led by the Spurs. Mark Murphy talks to Paul Pierce, Doc Rivers and Robert Parish about what life would be like with an openly gay player in the NBA. Bulpett’s notebook reports that Gerald Green will be inactive along with Marcus Banks and Tony Allen for tomorrow night’s season opener with the Knicks.

Bill Griffith takes a look at what the Celtics coverage on TV and Radio will be like this season.