Monday, September 11, 2006

Saturday, September 09, 2006

Tony on 980

TK did a couple hits with Andy Polley recently, pimping his charity golf tournament and previewing his upcoming MNF gig.

You can hear their podcasted on Sportstalk 980's website.

Mark Coale

Odessa Steps Magazine

Monday, August 14, 2006

MNF Mailbag

Want to send an email to TK during MNF?

here's the link:

Mark Coale

Odessa Steps Magazine

Sunday, March 12, 2006


Yes, we are doing the TK Brackets again this year. (If you heard the show a couple weeks ago, you know that Tony gave us the thumbs up, the only place on the net explicitly sanctioned to do so).

Check Monday at for Tony's picks (likely appearing in the 3/13 Post) and throughout the week as more and more suspects get added.

Mark Coale

Odessa Steps Magazine

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

It's official

Monday Night Football will have a new broadcast team when it debuts on ESPN in 2006.

Mike Tirico, Joe Theismann and Tony Kornheiser will be part of a three-man booth calling the games on Monday nights next season and Suzy Kolber and Michelle Tafoya will be sideline reporters.

Kolber and Tafoya both reported from the sidelines for ABC during Super Bowl XL.

Also, ESPN announced that Mike Breen will be its new lead NBA play-by-play announcer, teaming with analyst Hubie Brown for ABC telecasts beginning Feb. 12 and including the NBA Finals.

"This Monday Night Football team enthusiastically embraces our vision for sports television's signature series. We will propel MNF into a 21st century, all-day, exclusive, multi-media event that will engage fans in entirely new ways. This team will develop great chemistry," ESPN Executive Vice President John Skipper said.

"Mike Breen is widely respected for his depth of NBA knowledge and his consummate play-by-play skill. We are very excited to provide such a spectacular forum as the NBA Finals to showcase his talents."

In addition, Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon will take Pardon The Interruption on the road on Mondays during the football season. The shows will air from the site of ESPN's Monday Night Football games."We look to the future with great enthusiasm and a strong commitment to enhance the presentation of the NFL and the NBA, two of our most important sports properties," ESPN and ABC Sports President George Bodenheimer said.

Al Michaels, the play-by-play voice of Monday Night Football on ABC from 1986 through Sunday's Super Bowl in Detroit, will not return to either broadcast.