Quote of the Day

"I just have to accept I'm too smart and rich for NASCAR."

-- "South Park" character Eric Cartman, after saying that the sport is "only for poor and stupid people" (Comedy Central, 10/6).

Thursday October 7, 2010 Vol. 17 — No. 19 Print This Issue

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  • A New Ice Age


    The NHL drops the puck on the ’10-11 season today hoping to sustain the momentum built from last year, when the league benefited from a compelling Olympic tournament and the success of tradition-rich franchises. But the league faces many crucial decisions in the coming year. The NHL will begin negotiations with the NHLPA on a new CBA, and with Don Fehr expected to take the helm at the union, the league could be in for a long battle. The NHL also is in the market for a new TV contract with its Versus and NBC deals expiring at the end of the season. In other season-opening news, the Penguins debut their new Consol Energy Center tonight, the CBC’s Scott Moore discusses “HNIC” and Howard Baldwin looks to restore hockey in Hartford.

  • Horse & Carriage
    NBC takes first step toward consolidating all three Triple Crown races, fending off a surprise Fox bid to retain Kentucky Derby rights.

    Welcome To Doctober
    TBS' playoff coverage boosted by Roy Halladay's no-hitter; Ernie Johnson receives mixed reviews as Caray's replacement.

    Taking The Pitch
    John Henry's takeover of Liverpool appears to be on the fast track, though Tom Hicks and George Gillett are still up for a fight.

    Sharing Is Caring
    Pac-10 schools moving closer to adopting a more balanced revenue-sharing model.

    This Party's Over
    CDI dissolves entertainment group after two years, canceling HullabaLOU Music Festival.

    What A Difference A Year Makes
    Versus sees a 16.2% viewership increase year-over-year for '10 IndyCar Series races.

    Taking A Stand 
    Brent Musburger suggests steroids could be used in pro sports, slams media for negative coverage.

    Here's Looking At You
    "South Park" kicks off a new season with a humorous, if unflattering, take on NASCAR.

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