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2013 NASCAR RACE 1 PREVIEW: Sprint Cup Daytona 500, today at 1 pm on Fox Sports

(courtesy of ISC)

The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season officially opens today with one of the most popular races on the circuit, the Daytona 500 from Daytona Beach, Florida.

The race starts at 1 pm, today, February 24 on FOX Sports.

On the pole will Danica Patrick, who is the first female driver to ever achieve the top spot in NASCAR’S premiere series.

The design of the track at Daytona, which opened 54 years ago in 1959, was based on the high-banked oval at the Ford Proving Grounds near the motor city of Detroit.

The track is one of the largest on the Sprint Cup circuit of 2.5 miles in length and is a 500-mile, 200-lap race.

If there is rain in the Daytona area, NASCAR has found a way to dry the track quicker.

They’ll use a new drying system which can improve by 80%. It can dry the track in 30 minutes instead of years past when it would take 2 1/2 hours.

Daytona International Speedway diagram (By Will Pittenger via wikipedia commons)


The race was delayed a day by rain and a jet-fueled propelled track dryer caught on fire when driver Juan Pablo Montoya’s car struck it on a caution lap.

Matt Kenseth won the restrictor-plate race.

The last 10 Sprint Cup races at Daytona International Speedway, the top drivers include, Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart with two wins each and Kevin Harvick with 1.

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Surprisingly, Andrews leaves ESPN for Fox Sports

Erin Andrews at 2010 USC-Oregon (photo by Neon Tommy, Y2kcrazyjoker4 via wikipedia commons)

A fan favorite has left ESPN.

34-year-old Maine native, Erin Andrews, who covered numerous sports for the network since 2004. She was the sideline reporter for college football and basketball.

The University of Florida graduate will be working for Fox Sports this fall, as a Hostess/Reporter for their new college football coverage for 2012.

Andrews will host a 30 minute College Football pregame show on Fox and she will be a sideline reporter/contributor for MLB and NFL telecasts. She will make her debut at the MLB All-Star Game on July 10, 2012 as a sideline reporter covering the American League All-Stars in that game.


Info compiled from Fox Sports, Radio & TV news

McCarver earns broadcasting’s Frick Award


Tim McCarver in 2002 (photo by Bret Linford via wikipedia commons)

FOX Sports broadcaster Tim McCarver has been selected as the Hall of Fame’s Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting excellence.

The 70-year-old former catcher has been an analyst on national television networks for three decades.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, McCarver played in the majors from 1959-1980 with St. Louis twice, Philadelphia twice, Montreal and Boston.

The left-handed hitter was a two-time All-Star and a two-time World Series champion in 1964 and 1967 with the Cardinals.

His career totals a .271 batting average with 1,501 base hits and 645 RBI’s.


Info compiled from MLB, Radio & TV news

Oregon selects Creighton’s Dana Altman

compiled from staff and wire reports

Multiple media outlets around the country are reporting that Creighton coach Dana Altman has agreed to take over at Oregon.

Fox Sports was the first to report that Altman had been hired to replace Ernie Kent, who was dismissed in March after 13 seasons at his alma mater.

Dana Altman Creighton (CU)

Altman has spent 16 seasons at Creighton, which is located in Omaha, Nebraska. He has a record of 327-176. He led the Bluejays to 11 consecutive 20-win seasons before they went 18-16 this year.

Altman also went 68-54 in four seasons as Kansas State’s head coach from 1990-94.

The 51-year-old Altman was selected after the Eugene, Oregon school couldn’t lure Tubby Smith of Minnesota or Mike Anderson of Missouri to take the job.

The Oregon Ducks went 16-16 overall, 7-11 in the Pacific 10 Conference this past season.