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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

Hiring of Sheridan completes Meyer’s Ohio State staff


Bill Sheridan (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Urban Meyer has completed his 2012 coaching staff with the hiring of defensive assistant Bill Sheridan.

Sheridan has been an assistant coach at several colleges: Army, Cincinnati, Maine, Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame.

A native of Detroit, Sheridan attended Grand Valley State University and has coached 31 years, seven of those in the NFL. He just completed a two-year stint with as the linebackers coach for the Miami Dolphins. Sheridan won a Super Bowl ring with the New York Giants in 2007 and spent five years on the staff.

Coach Meyer has yet to indicate specifically what part of the defense Sheridan will coach.


Info compiled from Ohio State Buckeyes athletics

Notre Dame joining Hockey East; gets NBC TV deal


(courtesy of Hockey East via wikipedia commons)

The Hockey East Conference is very strong. Its member’s include: Boston College, Boston University, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Massachusetts-Lowell, Merrimack, New Hampshire, Northeastern University, Providence College and Vermont.

The league just got stronger with the addition of Notre Dame.

The Fighting Irish are leaving the lame-duck Central Collegiate Hockey Association for Hockey East beginning with the 2013-14 season. The program will get much-needed national exposure with a TV deal with NBC.

NBC, which has been airing Notre Dame football games for more than twenty years, will televise Irish hockey, and will also add the other Hockey East teams as needed.

Details of the TV deal are not completed.

Notre Dame, which has been a member of the CCHA since 1992, will become the 11th member of Hockey East.


Info compiled from Hockey East Conference & Notre Dame athletic news

Kariya calls it a career due to recurring concussion problems


Paul Kariya at november 2008 Blues FanFest (photo by Jamie4Jesus via wikipedia commons)

36-year-old Paul Kariya decided to retire from the National Hockey League on Wednesday after post-concussion symptoms forced him to miss all of last season.

He won the Hobey Baker Award as the top U.S. college hockey player at Maine in 1993 and was chosen by Anaheim with the #4 pick in that year’s draft.

Kariya is best known for his play with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim where he flourished with three 40-goal seasons, a high of 50 in 1995-96 and two years where he garnered 100 points or more.

The left-winger played 15 years in the NHL, playing for Anaheim, Colorado, Nashville and finishing with St. Louis.

The native of Vancouver, British Columbia, scored 402 goals and 587 assists and won the Lady Byng Trophy which is given to the player with the most-gentlemenly qualities.


compiled from staff, Radio, TV & NHL news


Otterbein Cardinals gets 2010 off to good start; rolls Husson 38-0

There’s not many times during a college football season in NCAA Division III, that a team travels 19-hours to play an opponent. Road trips usually are between 2-5 hours. But every once in awhile, teams will find an opponent that they haven’t played before and the two schools will play each other.

Otterbein QB Austin Schlosser

Otterbein LB Shane Centers

Such was the case on Friday night, when the Otterbein Cardinals traveled 19 hours by bus to Bangor, Maine to play Husson University in the opening game for the 2010 football season.

For those of you who might not be familiar with Husson University, it is a private college with 3,000 students. It was founded in 1898 as Shaw School of Business by Chesley Husson. The Eagles play in the North Atlantic Conference.

That 19-hour bus ride didn’t hamper the Cardinals at all, as they shut down Husson, 38-0.

Senior running back Colton Coy rushed for 166 yards and two touchdowns while the Cardinal defense limited the eagles to 116 yards of total offense, forcing four turnovers in the non-conference game.

Coy opened the scoring for Otterbein on its second possession of the game, a 4-yard touchdown run, which ended a 12-play, 85-yard drive and put the Cardinals up 7-0 at the 3:41 mark of the first quarter.

Colton Coy (20) running past Husson Eagles

Otterbein, ranked 20th by, scored on its next two possessions of the football, a pair of  scoring passes of six and 10 yards from junior quarterback Austin Schlosser to junior wide receiver Trey Fairchild and senior wide receiver Steve Kuzyk, respectively, to move the score to 21-0 at the end of the first half.

Coy was still a force to be reckoned with in the second half, breaking loose for a 19-yard run for a touchdown 24 seconds into the second half following an interception by Otterbein junior linebacker Shane Centers. The Cardinals led by a score of 28-0 with 14:36 to go in the third quarter.

Senior placekicker David Brewer added a 38-yard field goal and sophomore running back Brit Musal, who replaced Colton Coy midway through the fourth quarter, finished the scoring for the visitors with a 13-yard run.

Coy rushed the ball 27 times for 166 yards and two scores and also had a 32-yard pass reception.

Schlosser completed 14 0f 23 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns. Kuzyk led the team with six catches for 54 yards while Fairchild caught five balls for 81 yards.

Defensively, Otterbein held Husson to 70 yards rushing and 48 yards passing.

Otterbein has a bye on Saturday September 11 and will host 11th-ranked Ohio Northern September 18 in its Ohio Athletic Conference home opener. The Polar Bears opened 2010 with a victory of its own, 35-21 over Wisconsin-River Falls Thursday at home in Ada.

Portions of this article contains info from the Otterbein Sports Information staff

All photos courtesy of Otterbein Athletics

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