What They’re Saying- August 14, 2009

Time for our weekly Friday look at what some of the sports media columnists are writing today…

Michael Hiestand at USA Today tells us Fox will have some broadcasting roster moves heading into the new NFL season…

Neil Best at Newsday talks with polarizing Yankee play-by-play voice John Sterling…

Phil Mushnick at the NY Post piles on to the over saturation of an ESPN telecast.

The Post also has 5 questions for Nick Faldo.  Justin Terranova talks NY football quarterbacks with NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger.

Bob Raissman at the NY Daily News says CBS’ James Brown may display some sympathy in this weekend’s interview of Michael Vick on 60 Minutes.

Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel also says Brown will be on the hot seat this weekend…

Pete Dougherty at the Albany Times Union talks with NBC/Golf Channel’s Dottie Pepper about the upcoming Solheim Cup.

Chad Finn at the Boston Globe tells us of the debut of a new sports radio station in Boston…

Christine McConville at the Boston Herald also reports on the launch of the Sports Hub…

Mel Bracht at the Oklahoman gives readers a look at the local high scool telecast schedule this fall…

Diane Pucin at the LA Times says Tiger Woods at the lead in the PGA Championship means good television ratings for TNT and CBS…

Dan Caesar at the St. Louis Post Dispatch tells us that Trent Green will make an appearance in the local pre-season television broadcast booth.  Dan also says Cardinals radio broadcasts will stay put…for now.

Rodney Page at the St. Petereburg Times says John Gruden’s debut on ESPN wasn’t half bad…

Jeff Nahill at the North County Times tells us of a new program on Animal Planet focusing on thoroughbred jockeys…

Scott D. Pierce at the Salt Lake City Deseret News says breaks down the new Big Sky Conference TV deal…

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