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Gordon transitions into broadcasting

February 21, 2016 For the first time in 23 years, Jeff Gordon does not have a spot on the starting grid for the Daytona 500. more »»

As Daytona revs up, watch Keselowski

February 21, 2016 Today — Feb. 21, 2016 — marks a historic occasion. It’s the first Daytona 500 since 1992 without three-time Daytona 500 winner and NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon behind the wheel. more »»

TV will have place for Peyton

February 14, 2016 When Peyton Manning announces his retirement, and he will, he will not be away from the NFL for long. more »»

Will coverage be ‘super,’ too?

February 7, 2016 Today marks the 19th time CBS has broadcast a Super Bowl. In the buildup to Super Bowl 50, the network’s promotional tagline was: “We were there for the first. We will be there for the 50th. more »»

Super Bowl hype about to begin

January 31, 2016 Enjoy this weekend, what’s left of it, as the calm before the storm — the Super Bowl stor. more »»

Examining our love of football

January 24, 2016 Our parents told us about this years ago: “You must end this relationship because nothing good can come of it. more »»

Nantz-Simms combo need comeback

January 17, 2016 The top play-by-play pairing for CBS Sports works this afternoon’s Steelers-Broncos game and, like the Steelers, Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have to hope for a better performance than last week. more »»

Sideline reporter apparently overly taxed

January 10, 2016 There was just one turnover in the TaxSlayer Bowl, a first-half interception, but the biggest turnover most TV viewers noticed came a little late. more »»

Blackledge: Hack needs ‘retooled’

January 3, 2016 Veteran college football analyst Todd Blackledge, the quarterback who led Penn State to its first national championship, will work the Jan. 11 national championship game for ESPN Radi. more »»

Behe: Rhule putting his stamp on Temple

December 27, 2015 It was a rainy night in Florida for State College native son Matt Rhule. His Temple Owls were flirting with the team’s first 11-win season and a lock in college football’s Top 25. more »»

WTAJ plots its bowl-game strategy

December 20, 2015 When Penn State travels to the TaxSlayer Bowl to play Georgia on Jan. 2, it’s more than just another road trip — for the team as well as the media members who cover it. more »»

NFL ‘sellouts’ reducing blackouts

December 6, 2015 This year was to be a one-year test as the NFL suspended its blackout policy, but that test might extend much longer. more »»

Altoona makret shifts from Jones

November 22, 2015 He’s the voice of Penn State football and men’s basketball, but he’s no longer a sports-talk voice on ESPN Radio 1430 in Altoona. more »»

DiPietro epitomized ’74 Marauders

November 15, 2015 We too often wait until an old friend leaves us to recall the good times we shared with him or her. I, like so many of us, have done that yet again. Dave DiPietro, who died Nov. more »»

PSU getting used to high noon

November 8, 2015 With Saturday’s game at Northwestern, Penn State played its fifth noon game of the season, four have been at Beaver Stadium. For some fans, that’s an inconvenience. more »»

Moore left his mark on the Cove

November 1, 2015 Frank Logan Moore, 89, passed away at the Homewood Retirement Center in Martinsburg on Wednesday, Oct. 14. He is remembered for a stellar athletic career during the 1940s and ’50s. more »»

Officials are on the clock, too

October 25, 2015 Casual sports fans who had not noticed the biggest, most glaring problem with televised sports got a crash course on the subject thanks to the Steelers’ game in San Diego a couple of weeks ago. more »»

AP commentary: Mourinho eating humble pie

October 18, 2015 PARIS — Already a proven winner, Jose Mourinho now must become a specialist in failure, too. more »»

TBS broadcast worthy of wild card

October 11, 2015 Kudos to TBS for its generally solid coverage of the National League wild-card game that the Pirates dropped, 4-0, to the Cubs on Wednesday. more »»

Trip to Johnstown takes Costas back

September 27, 2015 Nationally televised Pittsburgh Penguins games are not unusual, and Bob Costas working a major sporting event on TV is not unusual, either. more »»

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