Saturday, July 7, 2012

Quick Hits

Darren Rovell bids farewell to CNBC.

Dan Wetzel explains why JoePa’s legacy rests in Tim Curley’s hands.

Being a Pirates fan has been a lot of fun lately.

The PGA Tour is making great strides in their digital access.

The Timberwolves develop their own social media website to bring all of their social media accounts together into one.

Rick Reilly says TV baseball is boring.

Brian Phillips continues his excellent story on Wimbledon.  Has Grantland found its niche?

Joey Chestnut does it again. 68 hot dogs. Over 28,000 calories. Over 2,600% of the recommended daily intake of saturated fat.

Jeff MacGregor never cheats his readers.

Tonight could be a huge night for the UFC. Here is the UFC 148 fight card.

NFL looks to allow fans to see same replay as the lead official in an attempt to improve fan experience.

With a win at the AT&T National, Tiger Woods is less than a million dollars away from becoming the first golfer to $100 million in on-course earnings.

Jeff Passan crowns his MLB first half award winners, bro.

On July 4th, the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl loss turned into a win (a win’s a win?) for the city of Boston.

As the Philadelphia Eagles prepare for training camp and the 2012 season, the organizations owners, Jeff and Christina Lurie, will be going through a divorce.

FIFA has approved new ball-tracking technology that should be used in all sports.

1 comment:

  1. The series that Brian Phillips has put together on Wimbledon is really incredible. I highly recommend it. I think that creative written style game/event pieces will become Grantland's core niche. Very interesting perspectives all with great writing skill.