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LSU faces TCU in Cowboys Stadium in 2013


Cowboys Stadium (photo by Paula Cantrell)

The LSU Tigers will play the TCU Horned Frogs in the 2013 Cowboys Classic to the the College Football season.

The game will be played at Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The game will be played on August 31 and will be televised by ABC, ESPN or ESPN2.


Info compiled from Dallas Cowboys, LSU & TCU news

6-time Pomona champion Jeg Coughlin, Jr. gets ready for 2012 NHRA season opener


Press release & photo courtesy of JEGS PR Team


POMONA, Calif. (Feb. 7) — Jeg Coughlin Jr. admits to feeling butterflies in his stomach every time he drives through the gates of Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, and this weekend will certainly be no different as the five-time world champion unveils his /Mopar Dodge Avenger for the first time in competition.


“It’s time to run in a crowd and see how we stack up,” said Coughlin, who didn’t race at the professional level in 2011. “This is a new era for us with our association with Mopar and the Chrysler Technology Center. We’re still maturing but I believe we’ll challenge for wins right away.


“Pomona is the perfect starting point. It’s so rich with history and it’s a track where Team JEGS has enjoyed a lot of success over the years. If you can’t get pumped up for Pomona, you may be in the wrong profession.”


Coughlin has fashioned a remarkable race-day record of 48-20 at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona, a mark that includes six national event victories in 12 final-round showings. He’s also 18-9 at the season-opening Winternationals.


“We’ve had two good tests this off-season with the JEGS Avenger and we’ve certainly made some significant headway,” Coughlin said. “There’s been 10 months of hard work to start this program from nothing and build it up to where we are now and the guys are extremely excited for the start of the season.


“Roy Simmons (of JNR Racing Engines) has been dialing-in the motor and Tomi Lane (crew chief) and the crew have the car going straight down the strip. The clutch program seems under control and we’re running competitive numbers. It’s time to race.”


At 41 years old, Coughlin’s 52 Pro Stock victories rank him a lofty fourth on the all-time class list. His 67 total national event wins has him tied for 10th in the overall rankings alongside seven-time Top Fuel champion Tony Schumacher.


Qualifying begins with sessions at 1:30 p.m. PST on both Thursday and Friday, followed by two more rounds at 11 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Eliminations are slated to begin at 11 a.m. Sunday. ESPN2 will carry all the action.

Wright State wins close affair at tough Millett Hall, 51-49


The Wright State men’s basketball team nearly saw a five-point lead slip away in the final minute, but held on for a 51-49 win over the Miami RedHawks Saturday at Millett Hall.

The Raiders rebounded from a tough loss at Air Force to win at one of the toughest basketball arenas to play in.

Miami jumped out to a 9-1 lead on threes by Julian Mavunga, Will Sullivan and Josh Sewell three minutes into the contest and the margin was seven until an 8-0 WSU run, capped off by a Reggie Arceneaux three, put the Raiders up for the first time at 16-15 at the 4:27 mark.

The one-point lead then seesawed between the two teams the rest of the half before the RedHawks went into the break up 22-21 on a Mavunga dunk in the final minute.

Cole Darling led WSU with 13 points

Back-to-back Cole Darling three put Wright State up 29-25 with 16:29 remaining and the lead grew to 34-27 on an Arceneaux three-point play at the 14:44 mark.

Miami tied it at 37 on a Mavunga free throw with 8:13 left, but Armond Battle gave the Raiders the lead for good with a three and the WSU lead was 50-45 on two Julius Mays foul shots with 56 seconds remaining.

Jon Harris, however, cut the margin to two with a three-pointer and the RedHawks looked to be in position to tie the game as Mavunga went to the foul line with 2.1 seconds left.

Mavunga made the first, but missed the second and after Battle gathered in the rebound, he hit the first of two free throws at the 0.5-second mark.  Battle intentionally missed the second and Miami missed a desperation shot as time expired.

WSU shot 34 percent for the game compared to 30 percent for the RedHawks.

Darling was the only Raider in double figures as he scored 13 off the bench.  Arceneaux and Mays each had eight.

Mavunga led Miami (2-5) with a double-double of 19 points and 16 rebounds while Harris had 10 off the bench.

Wright State (4-6) faces another local rival on Wednesday, December 14, as the Raiders host Cincinnati in a 7:00 contest that will be televised on ESPN2.


Game Press Release courtesy of Wright State media relations

UC’s game with Tennessee to be Televised by ESPN2


Isaiah Pead (courtesy of UC athletics credit to BH photography)

The University of Cincinnati football team’s game against the University of Tennessee Saturday, September 10, 2011 inside Neyland Stadium will be televised nationally by ESPN2 and kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET.

The Volunteers lead the series all-time at 4-1 with all five games taking place in Knoxville, Tennessee. This September marks the first matchup between the two schools since September 26, 1992. UC’s win in the series was a 35-0 win on November 16, 1904.

The Bearcats, led by second-year head coach Butch Jones, returns 18 starters from the 2010 team, including Columbus, Ohio native and Eastmoor Academy product Isaiah Pead at running back. he was a Second-Team All-BIG EAST honoree.

Others include First-Team All-BIG EAST quarterback Zach Collaros, Second-Team All-BIG EAST linebacker J.K. Schaffer and wide receiver D.J. Woods.


Info courtesy of the University of Cincinnati athletics

Ohio State men’s volleyball headed to NCAA finals against UC-Santa Barbara


Ohio State beat Penn State in four sets Thursday night in State College, Pennsylvania, to advance to the men’s NCAA volleyball tournament final.

Shawn Sangrey led the Buckeyes with 15 kills, including the cross-court winner to cap the 25-18, 24-26, 25-22 and 25-23 victory.

Shawn Sangrey leads OSU to NCAA finals (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Buckeyes will now go up against UC Santa Barbara, which pulled an upset of top-ranked USC 29-27, 24-26,25-15 and 25-18 for the title.

The championship match will be played Saturday night at 7 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN2.


Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

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