FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NFL DRAFT 2017 ROUND 1
Time for the NFL Draft Round 1-7 coverage! Here is a list of who was chosen for what team, their position and grades. Thank you NFL.com and SBNation.com! Continue reading
FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NBC’S NFL SCHEDULE
STAMFORD, Conn. – April 20, 2017 – NBC, home to primetime television’s top two shows in Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football, will kick off the 2017 NFL season on Thursday night Sept. 7, and crown the Super Bowl LII champion on Feb. 4, highlighting a campaign which features a combined 28 regular season and postseason games on NBC – the most ever by an NFL broadcast primetime TV partner. Continue reading
Are you ready for some NFL football? The preseason schedule has been announced by the NFL today and I know I am excited! I know it is the equivalent to Spring Training in baseball, but still, it is quite exciting to see who is playing against whom. Here is a look at the preseason schedule!
HOCKEY IN HIGH HEELS: 2/25 GAME RATINGS
STAMFORD, Conn. – February 27, 2017 – NBC Sports’ primetime presentation of the 2017 NHL Stadium Series on Saturdayon NBC, featuring the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins at Heinz Field, was the most-watched NHL regular-season game in three years, excluding Winter Classics, according to data provided by The Nielsen Company. Continue reading
FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS PRESENTS: POST SUPER BOWL LI FUN
FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: SUPER BOWL LI RATINGS ARE IN!
Houston – Houston, the Patriots have landed. In the greatest comeback and first overtime game in Super Bowl history, the New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 34-28, Sunday night on FOX, delivering the network a record 172 million total viewers for all or part of the historic event. An average audience of 113.7 million watched the game on the FOX broadcast network, FOX Deportes and FOX Sports GO & NFL Digital, including 111.3 million on FOX alone. Key highlights are below:
SUPER BOWL LI IN HIGH HEELS: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
As I did last year, I am covering the Super Bowl. While I have a bit more football knowledge than I did last year, I still don’t consider myself an expert. So…that means you can expect a lot of snark, sass and entertaining comments. Here we go! Continue reading