The college basketball television transfer portal is now open, the Post reported.
ESPN robbie hummel Officials say the team has moved to NBC and Fox Sports to maintain the Big Ten name. Let’s take a deeper look.
1️⃣ Hummel, 34, is leaving ESPN after six seasons. ESPN previously held the Big Ten for 40 years.
2️⃣ NBC’s deal with the Big Ten features a prominent Saturday night college football package. A college hoops game will also be played at Peacock that week. Hummel is expected to do a lot of running on Tuesday.
3️⃣ Hummel also calls hoops on Fox and FS1. ESPN will withdraw from Big Ten college hoops operations this season.
4️⃣ Hummel will continue to participate in the Big Ten Network. This is easy because Fox Sports and the Big Ten Network have common ownership.
5️⃣ Hummel starred at Purdue. He had coffee in the NBA for several seasons.
and of WWE’s SmackDown is closed on Friday nights, Fox plans to explore the possibility of broadcasting some college football games that night next season, but it’s not clear. We’ll have to see if there’s a good enough match between the Big Ten and Big 12 arrangements. Saturday noon will be Fox Sports’ top priority, after which it will consider deals with CBS and NBC in the Big Ten. On the Big 12 side, ESPN has more inventory. So expansion and an increase in the number of games could lead to more Friday night college football, but it’s not a certainty. …
big move by Bob Iger and jimmy pitaro ABC will air 15 Monday Night Football games. It was very clever to announce it all after the Spectrum brouhaha was over. For other networks that broadcast the NFL, this was not good news for the advertising market. CBS, Fox, and NBC are now joined by another broadcast network that sells the NFL. Increased supply to the market. … The Yankees had a 24-year-old player. emmanuel berbari Cold game last weekend.They continue their youth campaign for Friday’s Royals game: filling in for 85-year-old john starling He is a 71 year old active player. Howard Kelman. This is the second year in a row that Mr. Kellman will receive his WFAN assignment. I wrote a story last year about how he got here.
Chris Russo replacing A-Rod?
and Alex Rodriguez Although he left ESPN after the playoffs to focus exclusively on Fox Sports’ MLB coverage, ESPN may still offer an alternative Sunday Night Baseball broadcast next year after Kay Rod.
Here’s what you need to know:
1️⃣ Michael Kay, Kay of Kay Rod, is probably still involved. He has a contract with ESPN New York, and ESPN executives like him, too.
2️⃣ One name that has come up as a possibility is the gambling and gummy-loving media sensation, Christopher (Mad Dog) Russo. Russo loves baseball and has a very funny personality. It doesn’t offer the same level of in-game analysis. peyton manningbut talking about baseball and ramblings is what Russo does best.
This is tentative, and ESPN could keep it simple and make it “Michael and the Mad Dog.” But a more creative option would be “Kay-9”. You can also give the number 9 a double meaning by using the nickname “Wan Wan.”
3️⃣ Another possibility is that Roger Clemens, Clemens gave great insight in his frequent appearances with Kayrod. Like A-Rod, Clemens has had his reputation tarnished by his involvement with PEDs, which may make him more open to such behavior. As the greatest player of all time, he demonstrated deep inside knowledge of the actual game.
4️⃣ If ESPN hires Kaye, Russo, and Clemens, they could just call the show “K-9” and make it work. That weird beer could make for great television or be a complete train wreck. I would definitely like to consider it.
My story this week about ESPN New York leaving 98.7 FM after a year had a lot of tentacles. We’ve covered a few in the story, but let’s take a look at a few more.
1️⃣ According to sources, the Jets may terminate their contract with ESPN New York. The Jets want to broadcast the game on FM. By next season, they could have a new home, or at least another position on the FM dial. There could be many suitors, but one savvy radio prophet thought Q104 might be a good fit.
2️⃣ This is the final season of the New York sports radio ratings battle, as Good Karma Brands is likely to be dropped from Nielsen Audio ratings when it retires its FM signal. I believe Nielsen charges about $1 million a year for their services. Craig Karmazin‘s advertising and promotions are digitally focused. Karmazine has also withdrawn from Nielsen in other markets. If that happens, the battle for radio ratings will effectively end. Even if ESPN NY were to stay on Nielsen’s side, it still wouldn’t be a fair fight if ESPN didn’t have an FM signal.
3️⃣ Although it’s probably unlikely at this point, we can’t completely rule out the possibility that ESPN NY finds another FM station to lease. Between not paying $12.5 million and giving up Nielsen for about $1 million, Karmazin is likely sticking with the frugal model. You can stream digitally until 10:50 a.m. without a hefty participation fee. But it cannot be calculated completely. Last week, Kay went on a rant about how WFAN’s parent company, Audacy, is going bankrupt. He’s right, but the company would be expected to survive and then refinance its debt. In other words, FAN is not going anywhere and its business is doing very well.
4️⃣ Some fans acted as if ESPN New York had lost the sports radio war because of 98.7’s news. Good Karma decisions have nothing to do with ratings.That being said, white flags mocked by morning show producers Al Dukes What gets posted on Twitter is typical New York sports radio war stuff.
clicker book club
“Tao of the Backup Catcher (Playing Baseball for the Love of the Game)” by Tim Brown and Eric Kratz It’s not just a baseball story. It depicts the stories of players who were not stars, but reserve players. In Papa Clicker, the authors focus on these players and the challenges they face each year as they decide whether to play in the majors or minors, as well as the things fans don’t usually get to see. He points out that he is exploring the role played by entering the game. This book received a clicker rating of 4.3 out of 5.