Quote of the Day

"If that court isn’t level, if one end is higher than the other, they need to launch an investigation. That’s just inconceivable."
-- ESPN’s Chris Fowler, on players and analysts commenting that the court at the Australian Open's Margaret Court Arena is not level. ("2014 Australian Open," ESPN2, 1/12)
Monday January 13, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 83 Print This Issue

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  • Manning The Helm

    The NFL saw positive results for overnights from the NFL Divisional Playoff games over the weekend. CBS’ Broncos-Chargers led the weekend with a 25.1 overnight in the late afternoon window on Sunday, up nearly 6% from Patriots-Texans in the same time slot last year. The game also marked the second-best overnight for a Sunday AFC Divisional Playoff game in 18 years. Broncos-Chargers peaked at a 27.5 during the last half-hour of the game from 7:30-8:00pm ET. Despite leading Divisional weekend, the Broncos-Chargers overnight is below the 27.7 rating earned by Fox’ 49ers-Packers in the same window during Wild Card weekend. Meanwhile, Fox earned a 21.8 overnight for 49ers-Panthers in the early window yesterday, up 2% from Falcons-Sea ...

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  • The Key Beneficiary

    The Yankees could keep A-Rod from Spring Training and also see financial benefits.

  • For Argument's Sake

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  • Purple People Eaters

    Managing season-ticket sales at smaller TCF Bank Stadium no easy task for Vikings.

  • Footing The Bill

    ESPN asking for $1.30 per sub across SEC country for new net.

  • Here, There And Everywhere

    Visa launches its "Everywhere you want to be" Sochi campaign.

  • Cat Fancy

    Viola willing to spend whatever it takes to build NHL Panthers into a winning club.

  • This Is Why I'm Hot

    With extreme heat coming, Aussie Open organizers could be faced with the decision to halt play.

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