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Cincinnati Bearcats football game with Eastern Carolina moves to November 14



Aug. 27, 2020


CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati’s 2020 football game against ECU will now be played on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020 inside Nippert Stadium, the American Athletic Conference announced Thursday.


Game time and TV opportunities will be announced when available.


The game was originally scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12. There is a possibility the game will be moved to Friday, Nov. 13 if the UC home basketball game scheduled for that evening inside Fifth Third Arena does not take place. Game time and television opportunities will be announced 12 days prior to kickoff per AAC policy.


UC returns 16 of 22 starters on the offensive and defensive side of the ball, 55 letterwinners and 13 of the team’s top 15 tacklers from the 2019 team which won 11 games, the AAC East Division title and the Birmingham Bowl. The Bearcats ended the season ranked No. 21 in all three major polls, won 11 games for only the fourth time in the program’s 132 seasons and had back-to-back 11-win seasons for only the second time in school history.

The Bearcats are currently set to open 2020 on Saturday, Sept. 19 against Austin Peay inside Nippert Stadium. 

For all the latest information on Cincinnati football, please visit For up-to-the-minute updates, follow Cincinnati football (@GoBearcatsFB) and Coach Fickell (@CoachFick) on Twitter. You can also find the Bearcats on Instagram and Facebook.





American Athletic Conference announces 2020 Football Date Changes


August 27, 2020

For Immediate Release

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IRVING, Texas – The American Athletic Conference has announced a number of date changes to its 2020 football schedule.


The schedule changes affect six intraconference games. All six games will be played in the weeks in which they were originally scheduled, but will move to different days within those weeks.



  • Houston at Memphis will be played Friday, Sept. 18 (originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19)
  • UCF at East Carolina will be played Saturday, Sept. 26 (originally scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 24)
  • Memphis at SMU will be played Saturday, Oct. 3 (originally scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 1)
  • SMU at Tulane will be played Friday, Oct. 16 (originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 17)
  • UCF at Memphis will be played Saturday, Oct. 17 (originally scheduled for Friday, Oct. 16)
  • East Carolina at Cincinnati will be played Saturday, Nov. 14 (originally scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 12)


Additional changes to the conference schedule, including time and television updates, will be announced as they are official on Twitter at @American_FB.



The American Athletic Conference (The American), a member of the NCAA, was reconstituted in 2013. With the conference office in Irving, Texas, The American is comprised of the following institutions: UCF, Cincinnati, East Carolina, Houston, Memphis, Navy (in football only), USF, SMU, Temple, Tulane Tulsa and Wichita State (basketball and Olympic sports). Under the leadership of Commissioner Mike Aresco, The American sponsors 22 championships – 10 for men and 12 for women; is a member of the College Football Playoff; has television partnerships with ESPN and CBS Sports; in the spring of 2019, signed a landmark television agreement with ESPN that commences in 2020-21; and has a marketing partnership with Learfield. For more information, please visit





Cardinals place key bullpen pitcher Andrew Miller on 10-day Injured List

Andrew Miller


12:05 PM CDT


ST. LOUIS, Mo. – August 27, 2020 – The St. Louis Cardinals have placed left-handed pitcher Andrew Miller on the 10-day Injured List with left shoulder fatigue retroactive to August 24 and activated right-handed pitcher Junior Fernandez from the Injured List to join the Major League roster. Infielder Edmundo Sosa was activated from the Injured List today and will report to the Alternate Training Site in Springfield, Mo.

For today’s doubleheader against the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cardinals have recalled right-handed pitcher Seth Elledge from the Alternate Training Site as the 29th man.

Miller, 35, appeared in seven games this season sporting a record of 0-1 with a 4.76 ERA and a team-leading two saves in two opportunities pitching 5.2 innings. The southpaw was last on the Injured List in September 2018 with a left shoulder impingement while as a member of the Cleveland Indians.

Fernandez, 23, appeared in one game for the Cardinals in 2020, tossing a scoreless inning with one strikeout vs. Pittsburgh on July 26.

Elledge, 24, is 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA in three appearances, pitching four innings with striking out eight to rank third among Cardinals relief pitchers in strikeouts. The rookie earned his first Major League win in his last outing on August 20 vs. Cincinnati before being optioned.

Sosa, 24, has yet to play in a 2020 Major League regular season game, but was participating in Summer Camp exhibitions.



Cleveland’s NBA, NFL and MLB teams align to spread awareness and solicit a call to action on community movements and initiatives


9:18 AM EDT

Cleveland, OH – Head Coaches and front office executives representing the city’s three major professional sports teams – the Cleveland Cavaliers, Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Indians - announced today a sports alliance to develop a sustainable and direct strategy to address social injustice facing the city of Cleveland and all Northeast Ohio communities. The alliance will also focus on improving the relationship between law enforcement and its citizens, encouraging nonpartisan voting activities and increasing the opportunities for quality education for everyone.

The key leaders from each team include Cavaliers General Manager Koby Altman and Head Coach J.B. Bickerstaff; Browns General Manager Andrew Berry and Head Coach Kevin Stefanski; and Indians President of Baseball Operations Chris Antonetti, General Manager Mike Chernoff and Manager Terry Francona. The group will also utilize their respective team platforms as individuals and collectively to coordinate activities that invoke a call to action and positive outcomes. Players from each team will also have an opportunity to get involved.

“We have an extraordinary opportunity to make a lasting impact on society and the Cavaliers are committed to help bring about change,” said Altman. “The social and economic disparity in our community reveals some ugly truths, and Coach Bickerstaff and I are honored to be at the table to address these issues with such a prominent group of our peers. We never take for granted our place in the fabric of Cleveland and hopefully our coming together inspires others to join us.”

While initial activations will concentrate on voting, voter education and nonpartisan voter registration, this group will also connect and work in partnership with community and civic leaders and minority organizations to address issues impacting the individuals they represent.

“We understand the platform our organization has to make a positive impact on these important issues,” said Berry. “When Coach Stefanski and I began discussing how we might be able to elevate and broaden that impact by expanding the dialogue to our counterparts in Cleveland, it quickly became apparent that partnering with the other teams in our city would help our region come together so we can collectively address the problems that we’ve all been working to help solve independently.”

The foundation of this alliance is the community’s emotional connection to the Cavaliers, Browns and Indians and the platform each share to be a positive agent of change.

“We recognize the profound impact that professional sports have on the greater Cleveland community, and the enormous responsibility that comes with such a platform,” said Antonetti. “While the circumstances that highlighted the need for this partnership are disheartening, Tito, Mike and I are excited by the opportunity to work with such a thoughtful and diverse group of leaders to identify opportunities to be a positive force for change. There is a lot of work to do, and we believe that this partnership will serve to amplify our collective impact.”

Read more: Cleveland Indians


White Sox celebrate Lucas Giolito’s no-hitter with commemorative keepsake ticket offer


Lucas Giolito pitching in 2019 Major League Baseball All-Star Game By Ian D'Andrea on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https

Opportunity for Fans to Share in White Sox History with Limited-Edition Keepsake


August 26, 2020

CHICAGO – In honor of Lucas Giolito’s historic no-hitter on Tuesday, the Chicago White Sox are offering fans the opportunity to purchase a commemorative ticket and bring home a part of White Sox history. The limited-edition printed tickets will go on sale Thursday, August 27 at 10 a.m. **at**.

Each ticket will be available for $27 and will feature a special design highlighting Giolito’s impressive 13-strikeout pitching line with an image of Giolito in celebration with catcher James McCann immediately after the final out of the game.

Orders will be mailed out within four to six weeks of purchase. The sale will be available through Sunday, September 13.

“While White Sox fans everywhere were following every pitch of Lucas Giolito’s historic game from home, their energy and support was felt throughout the ballpark,” said Brooks Boyer, White Sox chief revenue and marketing officer. “It was a lights-out pitching performance that fans won’t soon forget, and we wanted to create a way to help our White Sox family bring a piece of that game home.”

Giolito’s performance is the 19th no-hitter in White Sox history in the victory against the Pirates on August 25 and the first White Sox no-hitter since Philip Humber’s perfect game on April 21, 2012 at Seattle. An All-Star in 2019, the right-hander’s 13 strikeouts were the most in a no-hitter in White Sox history.

Read more: Chicago White Sox


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