FOX NFL Sunday and the OT return to Los Angeles Home in September 2007
FOX NFL SUNDAY: Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson and Terry
Bradshaw during the Bank of Knowledge 2006 Promotional
FOX NFL SUNDAY Reporter Pam Oliver
a whirlwind season on the road, FOX NFL SUNDAY, America's most-watched
NFL pregame show, and THE OT, the nation’s most-watched NFL postgame
show, return to the friendly confines of Studio 2A at the FOX Network
Center in Los Angeles this September.
Simultaneously, Emmy Award winner
Joe Buck devotes his attention to the lead NFL on FOX broadcast booth
full time while FOX Sports veteran personality Curt Menefee becomes host
to both studio shows. Menefee joins the stellar cast of Terry Bradshaw,
Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Pam Oliver, insider Jay Glazer and comedian
Frank Caliendo, beginning with the 2007 season premiere on Sunday,
September 9 at Noon ET/9:00 AM PT.
MLB ON FOX STARTS 26-WEEK SCHEDULE SATURDAY APRIL 7
FOX Saturday Game of the Week Pregame Show: Mark Grace, Jeanne Zelasko, Kevin
Kennedy, Joe Girardi, Eric Karros
Sports steps to the plate to bring fans of the National pastime
another season of excitement, drama and unforgettable moments.
Under terms of the new seven-year rights agreement between FOX
Sports and Major League Baseball, the 2007 FOX SATURDAY BASEBALL
GAME OF THE WEEK schedule provides a full season of the “Game of
the Week” on broadcast television for the first time since 1989.
Beginning April 7, FOX Sports’ coverage airs 26 continuous
weeks, and also provides exclusive coverage of the All-Star
Game, the American League Championship Series and culminates
with the World Series. The 2007 season marks FOX Sports’ 12th
straight as the primary network television broadcaster of Major
League Baseball and the seventh as the exclusive TV home of the
Fall and Midsummer Classics.
Philippine American Tennis Association of Tampa Bay to see
action in Orlando Invitational Tournament on April 29th
Tennis Team Champion - D'Heavy Hitters. (L-R) Gerald Salgado, Romy Fabreo, Iza
Winston, Team Captain, Louie Lontok, Manny Lontok and MVP Mac Sumagpang
The Philippine American Tennis Association of Tampa Bay (PATA)
was established by 21 Filipino American tennis players with their
friends last Aug. 5, 2006.
PATA, a non-profit organization, serves the
Tampa Bay area and is open to anyone who is interested to learn and play
the game of tennis. Members come from the Greater Tampa Bay area
including Brandon, New Tampa, Zephyrhills, Wesley Chapel, Clearwater,
Citrus Park, Carrollwood, and South Tampa.
A team tennis tournament among members was held last Dec. 2006 with the
championship matches played on Feb. 25th. Upcoming tournaments sets the
PATA on a fast pace with members’ ladder tournament (singles, doubles
mixed doubles), an invitational tournament on April 29th in Orlando
against the Orlando and Atlanta teams and an invitational tournament
against the Korean tennis group in Tampa sometime in May 2007.
An invitational tournament against its Orlando counterpart was held
successfully last November 2006 where the much-coveted Florida Cup was
at stake and which PATA earned the right to keep the Cup for the time
being. (040307 / Basta Pinoy News)
Racing World Featured in New Reality Show
Angela Cope is one of six drivers competing in a reality TV show on SPEED
based on Microsoft's “Forza Motorsport 2” for the Xbox 360.
(ARA) – A lot of race car drivers come from families that are
engrained in the sport. Everybody’s familiar with Dale Earnhardt and
Dale Earnhardt Jr., but do you know the Copes?
Derrike Cope is the 1990 Daytona 500 winner, and his twin nieces, Amber
and Angela Cope, 23, of Mooresville, N.C., are well on their way to
becoming racing legends in their own rites. Both girls started racing
go-carts at the age of nine, then moved up to Late Models and are now in
the ARCA series.
They already have several titles under their belts, but it’s likely to
be Angela’s starring role in SPEED’s new reality series, “Forza
Motorsport Showdown,” which is based on Microsoft’s new game, “Forza
Motorsport 2” for the Xbox 360, that makes “Cope” a household name
Angela Cope is one of six drivers, and the only female, who battled it
out this past winter in a real-life competition designed to be the
ultimate test of high-performance driving and mechanical skills. Just
like in the video game with the same name, racers competed against each
other through a roster of competitive motor sport disciplines -- drag
racing, road racing, autocross and drifting -- on several different
tracks. Only in this competition, the prize wasn’t bragging rights, but
$100,000 in a winner-take-all format. ...
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