Comcast SportsNet New England also announced today that they have hired a pair of new anchors for the network's SportNet Central all-sports newsroom. One name is a familiar one, while the other is a newcomer to the Boston sports scene. Veteran TV anchor and reporter Bob Neumeier will join CSNNE on January 3rd. Neumeier, is … Continue reading More Comcast SportsNet News…
This looks like a pretty cool concept and series of game rebroadcasts from Comcast SportsNet: **************** COMCAST SPORTSNET GOES OLD SCHOOL WITH SIX CLASSIC NCAA GAMES FEATURING ALLEN, THE TRUTH, RONDO, SHAQ, BIG BABY & AINGE BURLINGTON MA - Nearly every player on the Celtics is recognizable, but Comcast SportsNet asks the question - do … Continue reading Comcast SportsNet Goes Old School With 6 Classic NCAA Games
The Patriots return to the practice fields today as they begin to get ready for the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night. A win for the Patriots, coupled with a Jets loss to the Steelers would give the Patriots the AFC East title and a first round bye. Patriots’ young defense hitting its stride - Karen Guregian looks … Continue reading Patriots Start Packers Prep
The way the Patriots offense has been running as of late, the comparisons to 2007 are inevitable. Mike Felger and Tony Massarotti spent quite a bit of time yesterday rehashing the 2007 team, and their ultimate failure on the biggest stage. While it might seem easy to just compare to prolific offenses which happen to have … Continue reading Better Than 2007? Lets Hope.
This goes a little outside the usual realm of this blog, but I'm not seeing much discussion of this in the media. Check out this photo of the Jets sideline: Note the blue line. As far as I know, that indicates the furthest spot that sideline personnel are allowed to stand. I heard a WFAN caller (the … Continue reading Who Ordered The Jets “Sideline Wall?”
The Patriots clinched a playoff spot in snowy Chicago yesterday, jumping out to a 33-0 halftime lead, and beating the Bears 36-7. It was amusing to hear even the locals sports radio hosts this weekend giving the Bears an advantage in this one, "because Brady won't be able to throw the ball" and "the Patriots … Continue reading Patriots Keep Rolling, Bury Bears 36-7, Improve to 11-2
At 10 a.m. Saturday, NESN will break its infomercial programming to air the press conference introducing outfielder Carl Crawford to the media and Red Sox fans. Crawford was signed earlier this week as a free agent. NESN will air the program live with Tom Caron hosting.
At least early for me. Hoping to get these done to free myself for the evening. Lots of stuff to get to. Your Weekend Viewing Picks give you sports and entertainment viewing suggestions. Let's do your links now. National USA Today's Michael Hiestand talks with NFL Films president Steve Sabol about the new HBO Sports … Continue reading Doing Your Friday Megalinkage Early For A Change
The Celtics struggled much of the night last in Philadelphia, looking like a tired, beat up team. Missing much of their front line, and with Paul Pierce battling the flu, the Celtics struggled to the finish with the upstart Sixers and a fired up Philly crowd. With the Celtics trailing by a point with 6 … Continue reading Celtics Edge Sixers On Last Second Hoop
The Red Sox made a surprising signing last night, agreeing to terms with former Tampa outfielder Carl Crawford on a seven year contract that will pay out about $142 million over that span. Peter Abraham and The Boston Globe were the first to report this story last night around midnight. [blackbirdpie id="12725805905879040"] With Crawford and … Continue reading Sox Nab Crawford, Willingness To Spend No Longer Questioned