Quote of the Day

"I don't see him slowing down in any aspect of his life. Children, grandchildren, Cowboys, he wants the best for all of them."
-- Gene Jones, the wife of Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, on Jerry turning 70 on Saturday. (DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 10/7)
Monday October 8, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 19 Print This Issue

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  • Playing Hardball

    Ripken (c) brought "veteran analyst's presence" to Yankees-Orioles broadcast

    Turner Sports is averaging a 2.9 overnight Nielsen rating through three days of MLB postseason coverage on TBS and TNT, up 16% from a 2.5 during the same period last year. Coverage yesterday, which included three games across the two nets, was up 18% from the comparable third day last year. TBS’ Yankees-Orioles ALDS Game One led the way with a 3.3 overnight. The game was scheduled to begin at 6:00pm ET, but was pushed back to an 8:30pm start due to inclement weather and aired directly against the Chargers-Saints “SNF” telecast on NBC. The Reds-Giants NLDS Game Two telecast was subsequently moved to TNT and earned a 0.9 overnight. Earlier in the day, Nationals-Cardinals Game One on TBS earned a 1.9 overnight. Meanwhile, ML ...

  • Crossing The Pond

    Khan begins promoting Jags' upcoming NFL series in London.

  • Where Did Everybody Go?

    Talladega sees its lowest crowd ever for a Sprint Cup race.

  • Building For The Future

    P&G commits $2M to Reds for development of an Urban Youth Academy.

  • Ice Breakers

    Columnist wonders if cracks are forming among NHL owners.

  • Court Of Public Appeal

    A lack of buzz around WNBA Playoffs shows how much work the league still needs to do.

  • Left In The Dust

    NASCAR Nationwide Series will not return to Montreal in '13.

  • Off The Grid

    DirecTV-subscribing Lakers can’t watch how TWC Sports Net is covering the team.

  • The Cowboy Way

    Jerry Jones is still going strong after turning 70 this weekend.

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