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CBS announced studio analyst Greg Anthony will replace Clark Kellogg as its lead college basketball game analyst, with Kellogg moving back to the studio after five years with Jim Nantz.
"We believe this shuffling of our lineup allows both Greg and Clark to play more to their individual strengths, enhancing our overall coverage,'' CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus said....Read more »
It has been the sports video sensation of the winter: Fans hither and yon sinking one halfcourt shot after another to win big bucks via assorted promotions.
From college to the NBA, from Brandon, Manitoba, to Miami, Fla., and points between, there have been a dozen or so documented makes since mid-January – and that doesn’t even include the ridonkulous one off a front flip by Ashlee Arnau,...Read more »
The Big East, whatever that means these days, will remain on ESPN after the network on Thursday exercised its right to match an offer from NBC, Sports Business Journal reported.
The deal is not finalized, but when that occurs, it is expected to bring the conference more than $20 million per year over six years, less than what it would have commanded before it began to hemorrhage key members...Read more »