What They’re Saying…February 15, 2008

TGIF! That means a bevy of opinions from some of the sports media columnists across the USA..

Tom Hoffarth at the L.A. Daily News continues his look at the best and worst of L.A. sports media. This week, TV personalities…

David Barron at the Houston Chronicle has a review of the blanket media coverage of the Clemens-McNamee hearing…

In Boston, Nancy Marrapese-Burrell of the Boston Globe has the story of how the New England Sports Network plans to cover Red Sox Spring Training…

David Scott at Boston Sports Media Watch has his latest buffet of Beantown sports media bits…

In New York, Richard Sandomir over at the NY Times has a look at the big ratings numbers brought in by the Westminster Dog Show…

Bob Raissman at the NY Daily News looks at Suzyn Waldman’s reaction to the Clemens-McNamee saga…

Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has his thoughts on ESPN’s move to reduce the roles of Suzy Kolber and Michele Tafoya on Monday Night Football…

Mel Bracht at The Oklahoman has his weekly media notebook, with a look at Fox’ “Gopher Cam” to be used at the Daytona 500…

Dave Darling at the Orlando Sentinel has another Daytona 500 preview…

Ditto for Jim Carlisle at the Ventura County Star…

And John Maffei at the North County Times…

Ray Frager at the Baltimore Sun offers up his weekly local media notes…

Chris Byrne at Eye on Sports Media has a look at the media participating in the “Think Pink” campaign at yesterday’s Georgia/Florida women’s basketball game.

Have a great sports Friday!

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