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Gus Johnson Teaming Up With Charles Davis At Fox Sports

Gus Johnson officially joined the Fox Sports Media Group Tuesday and details have been released on his role with the network.

Johnson will work with Charles Davis and call Big 12, Conference USA and Pac-12 regular-season games on FX. In addition, the duo will call a pair of games for the Big Ten Network, one of FOX’s two conference football championship games and the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.

In 2012, Johnson and Davis will call FOX’s regular-season over-the-air broadcast schedule, culled primarily from the network’s recently completed rights agreement with the Pac-12, as well as the aforementioned postseason assignments. Starting in 2013, Johnson will call the Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament. Read more

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Tiger Woods Getting Serious About This Twitter Thing

Presenting @tigerwoods. It would be pretty sweet to be able to follow your own video game.

There really isn’t much more to say, is there?

Running Alongside the New York Marathon Reporter…

We’ll cop (or I will, at least) to being a bit obsessed with The New York TimesMarathon blog.

But Dave Ungrady publishes a post that’s relevant here for more reasons than simply a fascination with the blog.

In it, he talks to David Willey – yes, the editor-in-chief of Runner’s World – who doubles as a sideline reporter during the marathon. Although the two-time finisher missed covering last year’s race due to a bout of swine flu, he’ll be back in 2010 talking to runners as they battle the course and the elements.

Willey doesn’t run the entire race – he uses a motorcycle and a police escort to help find his targets – but he will run between four and eight miles during the event.

In 2007, Willey interviewed Lance Armstrong while running a 6:30 pace. Let’s see Erin Andrews do that.