SBD/Issue 155/Hot Reads
Published April 26, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
CBSSPORTS.com's Gregg Doyel writes of a possible conference realignment college sports, "If it happens the way people on the inside expect it to happen, the six BCS leagues that run college sports will consolidate their already consolidated power into four or five super-conferences. And that, my friend, is the end of the world as we know it" (CBSSPORTS.com).
The Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE's Jennifer Bjorhus writes of Target Field, "Behind the scenes, there's still a scramble underway to clean up the real estate titles to the jigsaw patchwork of land the ballpark sits on" (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE).
- Roethlisberger scandal tests whether media is tough but fair.
- Theme songs are one area in which Mets get the best of Yankees.
- Winston-Salem Dash posting attendance increase at new ballpark.
- Blue Jays P Dirk Hayhurst writes book about life in the minors.
- Parts one and two of in-depth profile of Dodgers GM Ned Colletti.
- Movie producer Jerry Bruckheimer on being an NHL Kings fan.