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Rich Rodriguez Joins CBS Sports Network

Rich Rodriguez, who was fired at Michigan in January following three disappointing seasons, is joining CBS Sports Network as a color analyst for games with play-by-play man Dave Ryan and will also appear in studio and on the network’s weekly radio show. CBS Sports Network — formerly known as CBS College Sports and different from CBS Sports — airs Mountain West and Conference USA games and is in fewer than 40 percent of homes with televisions, according to the Associated Press.

RichRod was 16-22 with the blue and maize, and Michigan was hit with NCAA sanctions for the first time because of rules violations while he was coach. Matt Millen decimated the Lions during his stint as general manager and now enjoys a career as a broadcaster, so it seems like a future in sports television is bolstered by an ability to cripple a Michigan sports program.

 

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Brian Kingrey Is MLB 2K11's $1 Million Winner

For the second year in a row, a video gamer has won $1 million by pitching a perfect game in MLB 2K11.

Brian Kingrey of Hammond, Louisiana, won the “Perfect Game” Challenge after shutting down the Houston Astros with Roy Halladay. He only needed three attempts and two hours to win the money.

The 25-year-old teacher is not even a baseball fan – - which makes his perfect game even more impressive. Read more

Jim Nantz And David Feherty Featured In Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters

For the first time ever, Augusta National Golf Club will be featured in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters.

Whoopty do.

The real reason to buy the game when it hits stores on March 29 are for the announcers narrating the project.

Jim Nantz and David Feherty headline the new commentary team in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters.

The “Voice of the Masters” and Feherty are two of the best in the business and should add another dynamic to what’s already a solid franchise.

No offense to Scott Van Pelt and Kelly Tilghman.