Quote of the Day

"We’re not a museum. We’re a business."
-- Cubs Chair Tom Ricketts, on funding a $300M renovation to Wrigley Field if the city of Chicago eases restrictions on the ballpark. (CHICAGO TRIBUNE, 1/20)
Monday January 21, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 91 Print This Issue

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  • Play Like A Champion

    Ravens-Patriots led all weekend telecasts and gave CBS win in primetime

    The NFL conference championship games once again drew big overnight ratings yesterday, but both telecasts were down compared to figures from last season. Both networks also had their respective lowest Championship game overnights since ’09. CBS led with a 27.9 overnight Nielsen ratings for its Ravens-Patriots AFC Championship in primetime, down 16% from Fox’ Giants-49ers OT game in the primetime window last year. Ravens-Patriots this year was also down from a 29.1 for the same matchup on CBS in the early window last year. The game, which aired from 6:45-10:00pm ET, gave CBS an easy win among all networks in primetime, and the net’s fifth best AFC Championship overnight since it acquired NFL rights. Ravens-Patriots yesterda ...

  • Passing The Crown

    Sources: NBA returning to Seattle as Maloofs agree to sell 65% stake in Kings.

  • Good To See You Again

    Fans fill NHL arenas to capacity across the league's opening weekend.

  • Jeremy's Spoken

    Bruins Owner Jacobs greets the start of the NHL season by blasting the NHLPA.

  • Running The Court

    Deron Williams calls for NBPA changes, ouster of Billy Hunter.

  • Going Beyond City Limits

    Cubs will fund $300M in Wrigley upgrades if city relaxes rules.

  • Fish Out Of Water

    Dolphins Owner Ross latest name linked to purchase of AEG.

  • Increasing Sample Size

    NFL plans to expand Rooney Rule after teams fail to hire minorities for vacancies.

  • I'm The Taxman

    Phil Mickelson says changes could be coming to his career due to his current tax bracket.

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