Quote of the Day

"We've created a situation that's new to our sport based on the evolution of what historically has been okay. So the extreme of what happened Saturday night led us to believe and respond with a line in the sand."
-- NASCAR President Mike Helton, on a new rule that requires drivers give 100% on the track following several teams helping manipulate the results of the Sept. 7 race in Richmond. ("NASCAR Countdown," ESPN, 9/15)
Monday September 16, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 3 Print This Issue

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  • Oh, Brother!

    CBS earned a 17.8 overnight rating for yesterday’s NFL national window, which featured Broncos-Giants in 89% of markets. That figure is the best for any CBS regular-season national window since Week 15 in ’11, when coverage featuring Patriots-Broncos earned a 19.5 overnight. The 17.8 overnight is also CBS’ best rating for its first NFL national window of the season in 15 years. Broncos-Giants was up 24% from a 14.4 overnight for the net’s national window in Week 2 last season, which featured Jets-Steelers. CBS also earned a 10.7 overnight for its early regional window yesterday, down 8% from last year. Meanwhile, NBC earned a 13.6 overnight for last night’s 49ers-Seahawks “SNF” telecast, which had ...

  • Law & Order

    After a tumultuous week, NASCAR introduces a new set of rules and reinstates Jeff Gordon to the Chase.

  • High Tide

    Alabama-Texas A&M garners CBS' biggest overnight for an afternoon CFB game in 23 years.

  • Remaking A Clasic

    McDonald's reviving Bird-Jordan ad with QBs Flacco, Kaepernick.

  • Court Order

    CBS moves Greg Anthony to booth for men's college hoops.

  • Under A Watchful Eye

    The Nets sign local security firm SecureWatch 24 to be their first presenting sponsor.

  • Charmed Memories

    IndyCar's time in Baltimore appears over after the race is cancelled for at least two years.

  • Summer Nights

    Sunil Gulati holds firm in stance against winter World Cup.

  • Don't Forget About Us

    The Red Sox raise eyebrows with a unique retirement ceremony for Mariano Rivera.

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