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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

The “Big House” is truly the Big House in College Football

compiled from staff, wire and University of Michigan news.

The University of Michigan for years has called their stadium, Michigan Stadium, “The Big House”.

But as we sit here today, it is truly the “Big House”!

Michigan Stadium is the country’s largest stadium with 109,901 seats.

Michigan Stadium (file photo)

The stadium underwent a $226 million renovation during the off-season, adding 2,000 more seats to bypass Penn State’s Beaver Stadium’s capacity of 107,882.

The stadium has 81 suites.

Here’s a list of college football’s largest stadium’s rounding out the top five overall.

3) Neyland Stadium, University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee 102,495.

4) Ohio Stadium, Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio 102,329.

5) Bryant-Denny Stadium, University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama 101,000.