Thursday, September 9, 2010

Updated -- This week's radio segments (The Sports Reporters, The Gas Man, The Tony Kornheiser Show)

Wednesday I joined The Sports Reporters in the normal timeslot (5:25 ET on Wednesday's). Click the permalink, then the link below, to listen to the segment from this week. Among the topics discussed was the Reggie Bush Heisman Trophy news, the Navy football team, the future of the Navy-Md series, and various other topics.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Sports Reporters

Also, I joined The Gas Man show on Wednesday evening in my normal 8:25 ET spot. In this segment we discussed the Navy-Maryland game, Boise State-Virginia Tech  and various other topics.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Gas Man


This morning, in my normal 11:05 am slot, I joined Tony Kornheiser in the newest version of The Tony Kornheiser Show.  Today, we spoke about the football games from Monday, the US Ryder Cup team picks including discussing the Corey Pavin-Jim Gray issue from last month and the pick of Rickie Fowler, and various other topics that came up.

Click here to listen to the segment: The Tony Kornheiser Show


Anonymous said...

Hmm....leaving little doubt by that appearance that Feinstein autographed items are not *necessarily* authentic....

Tim said...

Heard you on Tony today, and you seem to be thawing on Tiger these days....hmmm.

On a serious note with golf, what are your thoughts on the success, or lack thereof, of the FedEx Cup? Seems to me that golf is almost just as irrelevant come Labor Day as it always has been? Assuming the goal was to keep the sport at or near the top of the viewership and media lists, it has failed. I guess it does help some individual tourneys, but that may be about it.

Its not necessarily an indictment on the game, or the players or concept, it is just impossible to trump football come first of September.

Is it enough of a success that if FedEx's enormous dollars went away that the PGA Tour would keep it going? Or that they could find another sponsors willing to shell out the large $$$'s?