Make no mistake, the weather was a huge storyline last week in Dallas. The weather experts down there called it the worst week they've had in 15 years, some say longer.
If you were in Dallas, you know bringing home Super Bowl memorabilia for your friends and family wasn't cheap.
Just when you thought the fallout from the Super Bowl was over, huh? Let's face it, you've talked about the commercials this week more than anything except the game itself.
Alright, let's talk Super Bowl tickets, at least as of the end of last week. At first blush, this Super Bowl appears to be one where you can find a ticket.
We all know Troy Polamalu is about more than just numbers. Still, we know how those numbers shake out in terms of wins and losses.
So, the Steelers are boring?
Who knows how ESPN is going to get its money out of the 20 year, $300 million dollar deal it’s made to create a 24 hour Texas Longhorns’ television network, but somebody must think so.
You may not have been deep into the New York Times sports section late last week, but if you missed it, we have what Dan Rooney had to say about the stalled NFL labor discussions. Let's just say Mr.
Only Jerry Jones could pull this off.
Today's Report is a page out of our Sports Media and Broadcasting Academy at PA Cyber. Sporting News magazines have a logo acknowledging its125th anniversary.
A buddy from Cleveland asks me if I know about something called the Cleveland Indians Snow Days. I tell him I read something about it and he asks if I did anything about it. I tell him no.
Capturing the New York television market and that containing the NFL's most rabid fans is a boon to the NFL and CBS.
Few institutions in the United States carry with it the tradition of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The season may be over for the Philadelphia Eagles, but their organization gets it, with the formation of a fan advisory board that should be the envy of any professional sports franchise.
The NFL and ESPN are said to be working on a new rights deal for Monday Night Football - in the ballpark of $2 billion a year.
Forbes has an interesting account on the type of money being spent this offseason in Major League Baseball and what it means for the business and health of the support.
With last night’s Sugar Bowl, the college football bowl season is winding down.
The NFL has wrapped up its regular season and it's on to the playoffs. There's no downside to the postseason for the league, but make no mistake, the NFL is sorry to see the regular season go.
We're just hours away from welcoming in a new year and, should the weather hold off, the 2011 Bridgestone Winter Classic.
It's been a refrigerator outside for weeks, so let's talk baseball. A winter trade involving a market like Pittsburgh?
Why not Pittsburgh? That was the first thought that went through my mind when I head the news about the State Games of America coming to Hershey Harrisburg in 2013.
The college football bowl season is here and will be for weeks, but the winners and losers have already been decided with final ratings in for the regular season network coverage.
An important moment quietly passed last week, perhaps too quietly. Similar to how a printed retraction or correction never seems to undue the original error, word that the U.S.
W/ho would have thought a gift from my father 40 years ago would fit into today's Report?
The anticipation continues to build for the Winter Classic tilt at Heinz Field on New Year's Day and you can expect more of that as the event draws near.