Wednesday, March 30, 2011

MLB Opening Day Tomorrow: Less NFL Lockout Coverage?

With the baseball season starting up tomorrow, I have a feeling the major networks and internet sites (i.e. ESPN, CBS Sports, Fox Sports etc.) will be covering the NFL lockout issues less and less.

The NHL and NBA playoffs are approaching us, along with the NCAA men's and women's Final Four, as well.

Chad Ochocinco's MLS adventure seems to have been the big talk as of late, and aside from continued Labor Negotiations, and other NFL sources have been scratching and clawing for any news at all.
What does this mean? Well, to me, I think it's time to bring a little bit of NFL draft coverage, considering that will take place at the end of April and we are now hitting the last two days of March. It's a good thing I have my good friend Patrick Woo to bring that coverage.

Woo, a freshman broadcast journalism major at Penn State University (University Park Campus), is an aspiring college football expert and follows it religiously. He's a Texas Longhorns fan, but covers all 120 CFB teams bias-free.

Coming to you shortly will be his position-by-position rankings, and he says more will come within the next month building up to the draft itself.

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