What They’re Saying- February 6th, 2009

Here is our weekly look at what some of the sports media columnists are writing in their Friday entries…

Barry Jackson at the Miami Herald gives us his ranking of the local Miami television sportscasts…

Tom Hoffarth at the LA Daily News begins his look at the best ad worst of Tnseltown’s sports media with an examination of local sports radio…

Diane Pucin at the LA Times looks at how Pauley Pavilion ranks as a home court advantage for UCLA…

John Maffei at the North County Times has local sports radio news for the San Diego area…

Mel Bracht at the Oklahoman finds himself torn deciding between all the choices for local college basketball on television. Mel has other news in his weekly notebook

David Barron at the Houston Chronicle looks at an ESPN piece critical of the Texans’ training practices…

Dave Darling at the Orlando Sentinel previews the latest documentary from the Golf Channel…

Michael Heistand at USA Today reviews coverage of college football’s signing day…

In New York Richard Sandomir at the NY Times reports that the Mets are one of the victims in Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme…

Bob Raissman at the NY Daily News is not impressed with how Joe Torre played spin doctor in pitching his book…

Justin Terranova at the NY Post talks Knicks with MSG’s Clyde Frazier.  He also has 5 questions for MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds..

Scott D. Pearce at the Salt Lake City Desert News says there are things NOT to like about instant replay in the NFL…

In his weekly column Ray Frager at the Baltimore Sun gives us the news of Joe Buck joining HBO.

Jay Posner at the San Diego Union Tribune gives us CBS’ plans in the event there is rain at this weekend’s PGA event at Torrey Pines…

Ray Buck at the Fort Worth Star Telegram reports on a wise on-air decision by Brad Sham during a college basketball broadcast…

Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel talks with outgoing Brewers announcer Jim Powell…

Michael Vega at the Boston Globe goes behind-the-scenes on a change to where the a weekly Patriots program will now be televised…

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