Right at noontime today, my boss (also known as dad) came over to my house with a whole bunch of work to do and I’ve been doing it up until dinnertime. So it’s prevented me from doing the megalinks. I’ll do some links now. This weekend, I’ll be heading to New York for TARCon while the winter storm is heading up the East Coast.

Here are the Weekend Viewing Picks.

Here is some linkage.

USA Today’s Darren Rovell talks about CBS’ Dick Enberg leaving the network for the San Diego Padres.

CNBC’s Darren Rovell wonders how many people will watch the SEC Championship on Saturday.

Darren says one tournament that could feature the return of Tiger Woods could land a sponsor as a result.

The New York Post’s Phil Mushnick says the networks’ golf announcers will give Tiger a break whenever he returns to action.

Pete Dougherty of the Albany Times Union says CBS has a number one team worthy of calling the SEC Championship.

Ken McMillan of the Hudson Valley Times Herald-Record says CBS College Sports will have plenty of classic programming leading up to Army-Navy next Saturday.

Over at Press Box, Dave Hughes of DCRTV.com notes some potential problems at a Baltimore sports radio station.

Jim Williams of the Washington Examiner says it’s going to be a busy viewing weekend.

Barry Jackson from the Miami Herald says ESPN’s 30 for 30 documentary on the University of Miami football program is fair.

David Barron of the Houston Chronicle has some announcers weighing in on the SEC Championship.

You have Ed Sherman’s winners and losers in sports business and media at Crain’s Chicago Business.

Bob Wolfley of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel enjoyed Bob Knight during the ACC/Big Ten Challenge this week.

Dan Caesar in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says the one area where the Rams are doing really well is on TV.

Jay Posner of the San Diego Union-Tribune says it was a no brainer for the Padres to sign Dick Enberg.

John Maffei from the North County Times says the Padres made a big splash by hiring Enberg to announce their games.

Jim Carlisle of the Ventura County Star writes that NBC won’t be mentioning Tiger Woods’ transgressions all that much during coverage of his golf tournament this weekend.

John Scheibe of the Los Angeles Times looks at ESPN’s next 30 for 30 documentary.

Tom Hoffarth in the Los Angeles Daily News says now that Tiger Woods has apologized, the sports media should as well.

Tom has more on the Tiger Woods story plus his extensive news and notes in his blog.

Tom has reader reactions to Tiger.

Tom introduces us to a new Tennis Channel host.

That’s it. I promise to get these up earlier next week. Bruce will be out next week. When something breaks mediawise, I’ll make sure to put it up here.