Quote of the Day

"There's no question it takes away some of your time. And when you do a show, if your mind is somewhere else, you're screwing that up, too."
-- Univ. of Texas football coach Mack Brown, on how his commitments to Longhorn Network affect the team. (ORANGEBLOODS.com, 10/22)
Tuesday October 23, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 30 Print This Issue

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  • TV Timeout

    Brown says he spends at least six hours a week on LHN studio-related affairs

    Univ. of Texas football coach Mack Brown yesterday "expressed some concerns" about the team's relationship with Longhorn Network, such as the "time commitment from him as well as if opponents may be gaining a competitive advantage" from watching it, according to Chip Brown of ORANGEBLOODS.com. Mack Brown "maintains LHN can be great exposure for Texas players, assistant coaches and for the school itself and is an incredible product for fans." However, Brown said that he "knows opponents are watching LHN content, which includes three shows featuring Brown breaking down Texas and opponents; an 'All-Access' show on Wednesdays; as well as the first 8 periods of practices." UT has added "two full-time staffers in the sports information department ...

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  • Pack-ing The House

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  • Ave Maria

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  • I'll Tumble For Ya

    Nastia Liukin jumps to Diane McNamara and Fire It Up PR for representation.

  • Tiger High

    Detroit's World Series drought helps spur merchandise sales.

  • Closer To Home

    Padres to move Petco Park outfield fences in about 10 feet.

  • Big Things Coming

    NBA is expanding its "Big" campaign this season to include promotion of the NBA Store.

  • At Your Service

    Bon Secours signs $10M deal for Redskins training center.

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