What They’re Saying- January 30th, 2009

Here we go on our weekly Friday look at what some of the sports media columnists from across the country are writing today…

So there’s a championship game of some sort this Sunday?  Hmmm…

Dave Darling at the Orlando Sentinel uses his favorite “Madden Libs”.

David Barron at the Houston Chronicle reviews NFL Films latest chapter in its Super Bowl America’s Game series…

Bob Raissman at the NY Daily News looks at how NBC plans to use all their on-air talent this Sunday…

Phil Mushnick at the NY Post is not falling for the Super Bowl hype, instead giving Gotham another angle on Joe Torre’s book…Also at the Post, Justin Terranova talks SB43 with Warren Sapp…and has 5 questions for Ian Eagle.

More on the NBC pre-game show from the LA Daily NewsTom Hoffarth

And Tom Scheibe at the LA Times…

And Dan Ceasar at the St. Louis Post Dispatch.  He also has talks about the loss of a local voice

Michael Hiestand at USA Today talks with NBC’s Chris Collinsworth…

More NBC from Mel Bracht at the Oklahoman.  Mel also has his weekly local media notes

Doug Nye at the State gives us his favorite Super Bowl memories…

Barry Jackson at the Miami Herald has his take on the ever expanding Super Bowl pre-game shows…

Scott D. Pearce at the Salt Lake City Desert News gives us his reasons for watching the big game…

John Maffei at the North County Times has words from Al Michaels and John Madden…

More on the NBC marathon by Jay Posner at the San Diego Union Tribune

and Marc Katz at the Dayton Daily News

Kudos to Ray Frager at the Baltimore Sun for not falling into the Super Bowl media hype.  He keeps it local.

And to Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, who leads with Brewers radio news…

Jim Carlisle at the Ventura County Star talks about the economic difficulties facing ESPN…

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