Minding My Business: Pac-12 Net's Jonathan Leess Jags' Khan Wants Long-Term London Pact Emails Show Sony Softened "Concussion" Executive Transactions New Plans Unveiled For St. Louis Stadium Names In The News "Hard Knocks" Focuses On Player Uncertainty Super Bowl Media Day Moved To Monday Night Federer Not A Fan Of In-Match Interviews NFL Network Expanding Original Content
NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published October 28, 1996
TIGER WOODS was ABC's "Person of the Week" last week. ABC's Forrest Sawyer: "Once or twice in a generation along comes a young person who can do something so astounding everyone stops to pay attention. But it's never happened before in golf" ("World News Tonight," ABC, 10/25). Payne Stewart: "He's very good for my business. My business is golf" ("SportsCenter," ESPN, 10/25)....NBC's MIKE DITKA, on the advice agent DREW ROSENHAUS gave Bucs RB ERRICT RHETT (who will wind up losing over $2M) to holdout for the first eight weeks of the regular season: "He's taken this kid down a blind alley. I think it really hurt this kid a lot ... it really hurt him with the National Football League" ("NFL on NBC," NBC, 10/27)...Spurs F CHARLES SMITH is an investor in the recently-released Spike Lee movie, "Get on the Bus" (San Antonio EXPRESS-NEWS, 10/27)....KEVIN COSTNER will star in "For the Love of the Game," a baseball movie about a washed up pitcher who hurls a perfect game (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 10/27).