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Blue Jackets’ captain Nick Foligno, various NHL stars help NEO Kids Foundation with annual charity game

PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO WITH CBJ’s Nick Foligno (3:12)
PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO WITH Nashville Predators’ Matt Duchene (3:30)
For the past four years, Blue Jackets Captain, Nick Foligno has hosted an annual NHL vs. Docs charity game in his off season home of Sudbury, Ontario, to help raise funds for the NEO Kids Foundation. This year was no exception. Nick, along with CBJ team mates, Cam Atkinson, Brandon Dubinsky,  Seth Jones, Boone Jenner, Scott Harrington, Pierre Luc Dubois, and Josh Anderson were joined by other NHL players Marcus Foligno, Marc Staal,  Matt Duchene, Anthony Duclair, Tyler Bertuzzi and Damien Giroux as they teamed up with local Sudbury doctors for a fun filled afternoon of hockey for a good cause.  John Tavares was also in attendance and served as a team coach for the event.
Around 3,000 people watched the white team go on to victory with a 12-11 win over the blue team.  This year’s events raised $348,848 and has raised over $790,590 total for the foundation.
Foligno is honorary chair of the NEO Kids Foundation, a cause that hits home with him because of his daughter Milana, who was born with a heart defect that caused her to have life saving surgery shortly after her birth 5 years ago.
Nick spoke to the media before the game on the importance of having upgraded medical care and programs in Sudbury.
I also caught up with former CBJ player, current Nashville Predator Matt Duchene and asked him about why he decided to take part in this year’s event.

Sudbury Ontario scoreboard

Nick Foligno at ceremonial first faceoff

Nick Foligno speaks to the crowd

Dubinsky, Foligno, Atkinson and Duclair

Cam Atkinson and Anthony Duclair

Blue Jackets Players

Plenty of fans out to support NHL vs DOCS game

All players involved in the game pose for a photo

CBJ teammates 77 Josh Anderson and 71 Nick Foligno battle for the puck

Former CBJ teammates 95 Matt Duchene and 38 Boone Jenner battle

 

Toronto Maple Leafs' John Tavares signs autographs for fans

Blue Jackets' Seth Jones bares down on goaltender

 

ALL PHOTOS BY JESS LAICY

Big Ten announces 2019-20 Men’s Basketball schedule

 

ROSEMONT, Ill. – The Big Ten announced its 2019-20 men’s basketball conference schedule Friday. The conference season begins on Dec. 6 and culminates with the 23rd annual Big Ten Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis from March 11-15. For the second-consecutive year, teams will compete in a 20-game conference schedule, playing seven teams both home and away and six teams once (three home and three away).

 

The Big Ten schedule gets underway with all 14 teams playing one conference home and road game between Dec. 6 and Dec. 18. The conference season starts on Friday, Dec. 6 as Michigan will host Iowa. The conference season will resume on Thursday, Jan. 2, and conclude on Sunday, March 8.

 

The Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament will be held in Indianapolis for the 11th time. All 14 teams will advance to the tournament, with two first-round games slated for Wednesday, March 11. The top four teams will receive first- and second-round byes and advance to the quarterfinals on Friday, March 13.

 

Television designations and tip times for the Big Ten men’s basketball conference schedule and Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament will be announced at a later date. For the third-consecutive season, the conference will feature games broadcast by four national television partners: BTN, CBS Sports, ESPN and FOX Sports.

The complete 2019-20 Big Ten men’s basketball conference schedule can be found below.

 

2019-20 BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

DECEMBER

Friday, December 6
Iowa at Michigan

Saturday, December 7
Illinois at Maryland
Penn State at Ohio State
Indiana at Wisconsin

Sunday, December 8
Rutgers at Michigan State
Northwestern at Purdue

Monday, December 9
Minnesota at Iowa

Tuesday, December 10
Maryland at Penn State

Wednesday, December 11
Michigan at Illinois
Wisconsin at Rutgers

Friday, December 13
Nebraska at Indiana

Sunday, December 15
Ohio State at Minnesota
Purdue at Nebraska

Wednesday, December 18
Michigan State at Northwestern

JANUARY

Thursday, January 2
Illinois at Michigan State
Minnesota at Purdue

Friday, January 3
Rutgers at Nebraska
Wisconsin at Ohio State

Saturday, January 4
Indiana at Maryland
Iowa at Penn State (at The Palestra, Philadelphia, Pa.)

Sunday, January 5
Purdue at Illinois
Michigan at Michigan State
Northwestern at Minnesota

Tuesday, January 7
Ohio State at Maryland
Iowa at Nebraska
Penn State at Rutgers

Wednesday, January 8
Northwestern at Indiana
Illinois at Wisconsin

Thursday, January 9
Purdue at Michigan
Minnesota at Michigan State

Friday, January 10
Maryland at Iowa

Saturday, January 11
Rutgers at Illinois
Ohio State at Indiana
Nebraska at Northwestern
Wisconsin at Penn State

Sunday, January 12
Michigan at Minnesota
Michigan State at Purdue

Tuesday, January 14
Iowa at Northwestern
Nebraska at Ohio State
Maryland at Wisconsin

Wednesday, January 15
Penn State at Minnesota
Indiana at Rutgers

Friday, January 17
Michigan at Iowa
Wisconsin at Michigan State

Saturday, January 18
Northwestern at Illinois
Purdue at Maryland
Indiana at Nebraska
Ohio State at Penn State

Sunday, January 19
Minnesota at Rutgers

Tuesday, January 21
Maryland at Northwestern
Illinois at Purdue
Nebraska at Wisconsin

Wednesday, January 22
Rutgers at Iowa
Penn State at Michigan

Thursday, January 23
Michigan State at Indiana
Minnesota at Ohio State

Friday, January 24
Wisconsin at Purdue

Saturday, January 25
Illinois at Michigan
Nebraska at Rutgers

Sunday, January 26
Maryland at Indiana
Michigan State at Minnesota
Ohio State at Northwestern

Monday, January 27
Wisconsin at Iowa

Tuesday, January 28
Michigan at Nebraska
Purdue at Rutgers

Wednesday, January 29
Northwestern at Michigan State
Indiana at Penn State

Thursday, January 30
Minnesota at Illinois
Iowa at Maryland

FEBRUARY

Saturday, February 1
Rutgers at Michigan (Super Saturday at Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.)
Penn State at Nebraska
Purdue at Northwestern
Indiana at Ohio State
Michigan State at Wisconsin

Sunday, February 2
Illinois at Iowa

Tuesday, February 4
Rutgers at Maryland
Ohio State at Michigan
Penn State at Michigan State

Wednesday, February 5
Wisconsin at Minnesota
Iowa at Purdue

Friday, February 7
Maryland at Illinois

Saturday, February 8
Purdue at Indiana
Nebraska at Iowa
Michigan State at Michigan
Minnesota at Penn State

Sunday, February 9
Northwestern at Rutgers
Ohio State at Wisconsin

Tuesday, February 11
Michigan State at Illinois
Nebraska at Maryland
Penn State at Purdue

Wednesday, February 12
Michigan at Northwestern
Rutgers at Ohio State

Thursday, February 13
Iowa at Indiana

Saturday, February 15
Maryland at Michigan State
Wisconsin at Nebraska
Purdue at Ohio State
Northwestern at Penn State
Illinois at Rutgers

Sunday, February 16
Indiana at Michigan
Iowa at Minnesota

Tuesday, February 18
Northwestern at Maryland
Illinois at Penn State
Purdue at Wisconsin

Wednesday, February 19
Indiana at Minnesota
Michigan at Rutgers

Thursday, February 20
Ohio State at Iowa
Michigan State at Nebraska

Saturday, February 22
Michigan at Purdue

Sunday, February 23
Penn State at Indiana
Minnesota at Northwestern
Maryland at Ohio State
Rutgers at Wisconsin

Monday, February 24
Nebraska at Illinois

Tuesday, February 25
Iowa at Michigan State

Wednesday, February 26
Maryland at Minnesota
Rutgers at Penn State

Thursday, February 27
Wisconsin at Michigan
Ohio State at Nebraska
Illinois at Northwestern
Indiana at Purdue

Saturday, February 29
Penn State at Iowa
Michigan State at Maryland

MARCH

Sunday, March 1
Indiana at Illinois
Northwestern at Nebraska
Michigan at Ohio State
Minnesota at Wisconsin

Tuesday, March 3
Purdue at Iowa
Michigan State at Penn State
Maryland at Rutgers

Wednesday, March 4
Minnesota at Indiana
Northwestern at Wisconsin

Thursday, March 5
Nebraska at Michigan
Illinois at Ohio State

Saturday, March 7
Wisconsin at Indiana
Penn State at Northwestern
Rutgers at Purdue

Sunday, March 8
Iowa at Illinois
Michigan at Maryland
Ohio State at Michigan State
Nebraska at Minnesota

2020 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament (Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Ind.)

Wednesday, March 11
Big Ten Tournament Game #1
Big Ten Tournament Game #2

Thursday, March 12
Big Ten Tournament Game #3
Big Ten Tournament Game #4
Big Ten Tournament Game #5
Big Ten Tournament Game #6

Friday, March 13
Big Ten Tournament Game #7
Big Ten Tournament Game #8
Big Ten Tournament Game #9
Big Ten Tournament Game #10

Saturday, March 14
Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #1
Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #2

Sunday, March 15
Big Ten Tournament Championship

All dates subject to change.
Times and TV designations to be announced at a later date.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jason Yellin; COURTESY BIG TEN COMMUNICATIONS

 

Big Ten Conference finalizes 2019-20 Women’s Basketball Schedule

 

Big Ten features 18-game women’s conference schedule this season, playing five home-and-away opponents

 

ROSEMONT, Ill. — The Big Ten unveiled a full breakdown of women’s basketball conference opponents for all 14 schools for the 2019-20 season, it was announced Friday. Each school will play an 18-game conference schedule for the second consecutive season, facing five schools both home and away and playing the eight remaining schools once. Of the single-play opponents, schools will play four at home and four on the road.

 

The conference season tips off on Saturday, Dec. 28, with all 14 institutions playing in a league matchup. The Big Ten schedule will culminate March 4-8 with the 27th Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

The complete 2019-20 Big Ten women’s basketball conference schedule is below, while dates, times and television coverage will be announced at a later date.

 

#B1GWBBall

 

2019-20 BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

DECEMBER

Saturday, Dec. 28

Northwestern at Illinois

Michigan State at Indiana

Michigan at Maryland

Iowa at Nebraska

Purdue at Ohio State

Minnesota at Penn State

Rutgers at Wisconsin

Tuesday, Dec. 31

Illinois at Iowa

Penn State at Michigan

Nebraska at Michigan State

Ohio State at Minnesota

Maryland at Northwestern

Wisconsin at Purdue

Indiana at Rutgers

JANUARY

Saturday, Jan. 4

Minnesota at Nebraska

Penn State at Wisconsin

Sunday, Jan. 5

Michigan State at Michigan

Iowa at Northwestern

Rutgers at Purdue

Monday, Jan. 6

Illinois at Indiana

Ohio State at Maryland

Thursday, Jan. 9

Rutgers at Illinois

Purdue at Indiana

Maryland at Iowa

Northwestern at Minnesota

Wisconsin at Nebraska

Michigan at Ohio State

Michigan State at Penn State

Sunday, Jan. 12

Minnesota at Illinois

Indiana at Iowa

Maryland at Michigan

Wisconsin at Michigan State

Purdue at Northwestern

Penn State at Ohio State

Nebraska at Rutgers

Thursday, Jan. 16

Northwestern at Indiana

Nebraska at Maryland

Ohio State at Michigan State

Iowa at Minnesota

Rutgers at Penn State

Illinois at Purdue

Michigan at Wisconsin

Sunday, Jan. 19

Michigan at Nebraska

Penn State at Northwestern

Illinois at Ohio State

Minnesota at Purdue

Iowa at Wisconsin

Monday, Jan. 20

Indiana at Maryland

Michigan State at Rutgers

Wednesday, Jan. 22

Wisconsin at Minnesota

Purdue at Nebraska

Thursday, Jan. 23

Maryland at Illinois

Ohio State at Iowa

Northwestern at Michigan State

Indiana at Penn State

Saturday, Jan. 25

Nebraska at Wisconsin

Sunday, Jan. 26

Michigan State at Iowa

Northwestern at Maryland

Rutgers at Michigan

Penn State at Purdue

Monday, Jan. 27

Minnesota at Indiana

Thursday, Jan. 30

Wisconsin at Indiana

Purdue at Michigan State

Nebraska at Minnesota

Michigan at Northwestern

Maryland at Ohio State

Iowa at Penn State

Illinois at Rutgers

FEBRUARY

Sunday, Feb. 2

Wisconsin at Illinois

Iowa at Michigan

Rutgers at Minnesota

Ohio State at Nebraska

Northwestern at Penn State

Monday, Feb. 3

Michigan State at Maryland

Indiana at Purdue

Thursday, Feb. 6

Ohio State at Illinois

Maryland at Indiana

Nebraska at Iowa

Purdue at Michigan

Penn State at Rutgers

Minnesota at Wisconsin

Sunday, Feb. 9

Rutgers at Maryland

Indiana at Nebraska

Wisconsin at Ohio State

Illinois at Penn State

Iowa at Purdue

Monday, Feb. 10

Michigan at Minnesota

Michigan State at Northwestern

Thursday, Feb. 13

Indiana at Illinois

Iowa at Maryland

Northwestern at Michigan

Rutgers at Michigan State

Penn State at Nebraska

Minnesota at Ohio State

Purdue at Wisconsin

Sunday, Feb. 16

Purdue at Illinois

Ohio State at Indiana

Wisconsin at Iowa

Nebraska at Northwestern

Maryland at Penn State

Michigan at Rutgers

Monday, Feb. 17

Minnesota at Michigan State

Wednesday, Feb. 19

Illinois at Michigan

Rutgers at Northwestern

Nebraska at Ohio State

Maryland at Wisconsin

Thursday, Feb. 20

Michigan State at Purdue

Saturday, Feb. 22

Indiana at Minnesota

Illinois at Nebraska

Ohio State at Rutgers

Northwestern at Wisconsin

Sunday, Feb. 23

Penn State at Iowa

Michigan at Michigan State

Tuesday, Feb. 25

Purdue at Maryland

Northwestern at Ohio State

Wednesday, Feb. 26

Michigan State at Illinois

Thursday, Feb. 27

Nebraska at Indiana

Minnesota at Iowa

Michigan at Penn State

Wisconsin at Rutgers

Saturday, Feb. 29

Illinois at Northwestern

Ohio State at Purdue

MARCH

Sunday, March 1

Indiana at Michigan

Penn State at Michigan State

Maryland at Minnesota

Iowa at Rutgers

2020 Big Ten Tournament (Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, Ind.)

Wednesday, March 4

Big Ten Tournament Game #1

Big Ten Tournament Game #2

Thursday, March 5

Big Ten Tournament Game #3

Big Ten Tournament Game #4

Big Ten Tournament Game #5

Big Ten Tournament Game #6

Friday, March 6

Big Ten Tournament Game #7

Big Ten Tournament Game #8

Big Ten Tournament Game #9

Big Ten Tournament Game #10

Saturday, March 7

Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #1

Big Ten Tournament Semifinal #2

Sunday, March 8

Big Ten Tournament Championship

All dates are subject to change

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Chris Masters; COURTESY BIG TEN COMMUNICATIONS

 

Ohio State Women’s Basketball announces 2019-20 schedule

RELATED INFO
2019-20 Schedule
2019-20 Schedule (PDF)

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 2019-20 Ohio State women’s basketball schedule has been finalized as the Big Ten announced the conference schedules on Friday afternoon.

The Buckeyes will play nine conference home games and nine road games beginning in Value City Arena vs. Purdue on Dec. 28 and wrapping up at Purdue on Feb. 29. In between will be a pair of games against defending Big Ten champion Maryland and a home matchup with Michigan on Jan. 9.

Ohio State will also host Urbana in an exhibition game on Sunday, Nov. 3 at Value City Arena.

Season tickets are on-sale now by calling 1-800-GO-BUCKS (Select Option 2) or by logging on to ohiostatebuckeyes.com/tickets. Mini plans and group tickets go on-sale on Sept. 12 and single game tickets will be available beginning Sept. 26.

For more ticket information, please visit the Ohio State Women’s Basketball Ticket Page

Complete 2019-20 Schedule

Nov. 10 vs. Valparaiso – the game will be played at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio as part of the Ohio Hall of Fame Challenge.

Nov. 13 at Cincinnati – The Buckeyes are 20-4 all-time vs. their in-state rival

Nov. 17 vs. Ohio – home opener vs. the Bobcats. Ohio State is 21-0 vs. Ohio but this will be the first meeting since 2004

Nov. 21 at Kent State – first game between the two Ohio schools since 1981

Nov. 24 vs. UConn – the Buckeyes will be looking for their first win against the Huskies

Nov. 29-30 vs. South Dakota and Northern Iowa – both games are part of the South Point Shootout in Las Vegas, Nev., where the Buckeyes won both games back in 2015.

Dec. 5 vs. Louisville – part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Both of the previous two meetings between the teams have come down to the wire.

Dec. 8 vs. Radford – first meeting between the two teams

Dec. 15 at Stanford – the Buckeyes are 3-1 all-time vs. the Cardinal but this will be the first meeting in Palo Alto.

Dec. 17 at Sacramento State – last year’s trip out west was cancelled due to the wildfires in Northern California and reschedule for this December

Dec. 28 vs. Purdue – OSU has won 11 consecutive meetings with the Boilermakers in Columbus

Dec. 31 at Minnesota – Ohio State has won five in a row in the series including the last two in Minneapolis

Jan. 6 at Maryland – the series has been back-and-forth between the Buckeyes and Terrapins as Maryland holds just a slim 8-6 lead

Jan. 9 vs. Michigan – each of the last eight games in the series have been decided by nine points or less including a pair of overtime games

Jan. 12 vs. Penn State – the Buckeyes have won nine consecutive vs. the Lady Lions

Jan. 16 at Michigan State – OSU swept the season series with the Spartans a year ago

Jan. 19 at Illinois – the Buckeyes have won the last five games in the series by an average of more than 20 points

Jan. 23 at Iowa – OSU holds just a 35-33 edge in the all-time series

Jan. 30 vs. Maryland – the Buckeyes have lost just once in Columbus vs. the Terrapins

Feb. 2 at Nebraska – the Buckeyes have enjoyed their last three trips to Lincoln as they have headed home with a win each time

Feb. 6 at Illinois – OSU leads the all-time series 51-20

Feb. 9 vs. Wisconsin – the Buckeyes swept the regular season meetings with the Badgers last year but Wisconsin got its revenge with a 73-63 win in the Big Ten Tournament

Feb. 13 vs. Minnesota – the Buckeyes have won 27 of the 30 meetings with Minnesota in Columbus

Feb. 16 at Indiana – OSU has won the last 13 meetings with IU

Feb. 19 vs. Nebraska – the Buckeyes will be looking to avenge a home loss last year to the Huskers

Feb. 22 at Rutgers – the Buckeyes held Rutgers to just 39 points in a 59-39 win last year in Piscataway

Feb. 25 at Northwestern – since 2000, the Buckeyes are 28-4 vs. the Wildcats

Feb. 29 at Purdue – OSU leads the all-time series with the Boilermakers in West Lafayette 18-16

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Gary Petit; COURTESY OHIO STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS


South Carolina Radio Network announces 2019 Broadcast Team

 

8/23/2019 | Football

 

The Gamecock Radio Network will have some familiar voices and some new ones this fall as the radio crew for South Carolina Football gameday coverage was announced today by Liz McMillan, Executive Director, Gamecock Sports Properties.

Todd Ellis and Tommy Suggs will again provide the play-by-play and color commentary, respectively from the broadcast booth. Both Hall of Fame quarterbacks for the Gamecocks, Ellis is in his 28th season with the network and his 17th as the play-by-play voice of Carolina Football, while Suggs is back for his 47th year with the network, the second-longest active streak in college football.

New to the broadcasts this season will be former Gamecock and NFL standout Jamar Nesbit, who joins the crew as the sideline reporter. After being part of the great tradition at Summerville High School playing under the legendary John McKissick, Nesbit was a four-year letter winner for the Gamecocks from 1995-98. Signed by Carolina as an undrafted free agent, Nesbit logged 11 seasons in the NFL, playing offensive guard for the Panthers (1999-2002), Jacksonville Jaguars (2003) and New Orleans Saints (2004-09). He was a member of the Saints Super Bowl championship team.

Also new this year are Greg Brannon and Chris Miller. Brannon will serve as the Network Host, participating throughout the six-hour gameday broadcast. Miller will assist in the first two hours of the pregame show and will team with Brannon to handle the majority of the postgame show, which will air from the Hilton Columbia Center in downtown Columbia following home games. On road contests, Brannon and Miller will handle their on-air responsibilities from the studios of the Rock Hill affiliate, WRHI.

Brannon is a veteran broadcaster, having been a reporter, producer and anchor in several markets, including a 17-year stint as the Executive Producer for Television Broadcasting and Digital Media with the Carolina Panthers. He is currently an instructor in the University of South Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communications.

Miller is in his 23rd year of sports broadcasting. The nine-time South Carolina Sportscaster of the Year Award winner has broadcast over 350 high school football games throughout the Palmetto State. For the past eight years, he has hosted “The Red Zone,” a football coaches’ show on Gamecock affiliates, WRHM and WVSZ.

Darren McPhail serves as the General Manager of Gamecock Sports Properties in Columbia. David Spence returns as the spotter in the broadcast booth, alongside statistician Doug Adams.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Steve Fink; COURTESY SOUTH CAROLINA ATHLETICS

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