Morning Journal- November 16, 2009

It was quite an NFL Sunday…Here are some sports media news items to begin the new week…

Sean Leahy at the Huddle at USA Today has pro football analysts’ take on the fourth down call by the Patriots in last night’s loss to the Colts…

The Indianapolis Star looks at what others in the sports media are writing about Bill Belichick’s fourst down decision last night…

Bob Wolfley at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel looks at Fox’ coverage of yesterday’s Packers’ win over the Cowboys

Jason Fry at the National Sports Journalism Center at Indiana University comes up with ways to revitalize the game story

Tony Grossi at the Cleveland Plain Dealer previews Ravens/Browns with ESPN’s John Gruden...

Norman Chad, here in the Charlotte Observer, has more views on sports on television

The Arizona Daily Wildcat has word that UA will be the host of ESPN’s College Gameday next week

Anthony Gimino at the Tuscon Citizen also has the story of the Gameday visit…

David Jones at Penn Live questions why ESPN talked with the losing coach after Saturday’s Pitt win over Notre Dame

Kansas State Athletics reports ESPN will focus on next week’s K-State/Nebraska match-up

Noam Cohen at the NY Times has the latest look at ESPN’s Bill Simmons

Alex Weprin at Broadcasting and Cable has a Q&A with Bob Costas

Peter King at Radio World looks at the biography of Dodger voice Vin Scully

Trading Markets reports that high rights fees have denied Charlotte Bobcats fans fro watching their local team on cable television…

Dusty Saunders at the Denver Post has a local angle as ESPN prepares for its 24 hours of college basketball this week…

Ed Sherman at Crains Chicago Business reports that local sports radio host Mike North will be back on the air (biefly) this week...

Tom Jones at the St. Petersburg Times has his Monday Shooting from the Lip column

More on a Comcast/NBC deal from Cynthia Littleton at Variety

The Canadian Press reports on the multilingual aspects to the upcoming Vancouver Winter Olympics…

Tim Starks at the Queensberry Rules says the media is turning back toward the support of boxing…

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