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Ohio State Athletics Events Broadcast Schedule   

Sunday, March 14

  • 3:30 p.m. Men’s Basketball vs. Minnesota in Big Ten Tournament – Buckeyes go for Big Ten title sweep … Watch live on CBS/ listen live on Ohio State Radio Network or Buckeye Vision
  • 7 p.m. Men’s Hockey at No. 1/2 Miami in CCHA Playoffs – Rubber match will decide which team’s season will continue … Watch live at www.muredhawks.com / listen live at www.wosu.org/hockey or  Buckeye Vision 

Senior Night Episode of ‘Journey’ Debuts Sunday at 8 PM ET

A new episode of The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2010 airs at 8 PM ET on Sunday, after the Iowa-Minnesota game.

This week on The Journeyfocuses on Senior Night and gives viewers the opportunity to experience the final home game with four Big Ten seniors: Purdue defensive stalwart Chris Kramer, high-scoring Michigan forward DeShawn Sims, Ohio State’s renowned end of the bench blogger Mark Titus and Wisconsin floor general Trevon Hughes – who had his mother in attendance at the Kohl Center for the first time in his four years at Madison. Don’t miss this emotional episode of The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2010.

The show will re-air at 9 PM ET on Sunday and 7 PM ET on Monday before the Basketball All-Conference Selection Show. 

Following multiple teams every week, The Journey offers a behind-the-scenes, documentary-style look at the most intriguing storylines across the Big Ten Conference. Video clips and bonus footage from previous episodes can be found at http://www.bigtennetwork.com/journey.

 

Following multiple teams every week, The Journey offers a behind-the-scenes, documentary-style look at the most intriguing storylines across the Big Ten Conference. Video clips and bonus footage from previous episodes can be found at http://www.bigtennetwork.com/journey.

Following multiple teams every week, The Journey offers a behind-the-scenes, documentary-style look at the most intriguing storylines across the Big Ten Conference. Video clips and bonus footage from previous episodes can be found at http://www.bigtennetwork.com/journey.

 

‘Big Ten Icons’ to Count Down Conference’s All-Time Top 50 Student-Athletes

Iconic broadcaster Keith Jackson to host the series launching this fall 

CHICAGO – Throughout the Big Ten Conference’s illustrious history, many student-athletes have defined excellence: National Champions, All-Americans, Olympians. Their jerseys hang from the rafters. They are the standard against which all others are measured, the players who made the conference big.

Beginning this fall, the Big Ten Network will celebrate these individuals with its most ambitious project in its three-year history: a multi-platform event whose centerpiece is a new 20-episode series, Big Ten Icons, hosted by legendary college sports broadcaster Keith Jackson. The show debuts Sept. 18 following a Big Ten Network football telecast in which Icon No. 20 will be revealed. The countdown continues every Tuesday night through the end of football season and into the spring.  The No. 1 Big Ten Icon will be revealed around the 2011 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Prior to the show’s on-air launch, Icons 50 through 21 will be revealed online daily beginning in early September at www.BigTenIcons.com and www.facebook.com/BigTenIcons.  The website will include a text and video feature on each Icon.

The event also includes video on demand, mobile applications and myriad marketing and social networking activities that kick off March 11 at the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament in Indianapolis and extend until the top Icon is unveiled.

Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman said the network is creating a series that will engage and spark conversation among sports fans everywhere. “What will make Big Ten Icons stand out is the depth of the storytelling,” he said, “focusing on collegiate rather than pro careers and highlighting previously unknown stories behind the success of these student-athletes. The rankings themselves are sure to generate quite a bit of discussion.”

The top-50 list and the order are being determined by a panel of on-air talent, network executives, conference officials and long-time Big Ten observers.

Silverman said Jackson was the clear choice to host the show. “As the voice for so many of college sports’ unforgettable games and moments, particularly involving the Big Ten, he is a perfect match for this series,” he said.

Jackson said he’s excited about hosting the show.  “The Big Ten Conference is unsurpassed in the tradition of producing tremendous student-athletes and I have been honored to cover so many of the great ones through the years,” Jackson said. “It will be a great thrill to look back at the very best on Big Ten Icons.”

Jackson’s long association with the Big Ten and college sports includes play-by-play duties for ABC on Big Ten basketball games, football games and bowl games during his 50-plus year Hall of Fame broadcasting career.  Jackson was the play-by-play announcer for 15 Rose Bowl games and is credited with coining the nicknames, “the Grandaddy of them All,” for the Rose Bowl and the “Big House” for Michigan Stadium.

Marketing efforts will engage fans

Big Ten Icons will be supported with extensive on-air and online marketing activities to engage fans, beginning this month at theBig Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament in Indianapolis. Eight-foot tall bobbleheads representing each school will be stationed around Conseco Fieldhouse during the event. The bobbleheads will include Red Grange (Illinois), Steve Alford (Indiana), Chuck Long (Iowa), Charles Woodson (Michigan), Mateen Cleaves (Michigan State), Dave Winfield (Minnesota), Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern), Jesse Owens (Ohio State), John Cappelletti (Penn State), Drew Brees (Purdue) and Ron Dayne (Wisconsin). Additionally, roaming Big Ten Icons mascots will appear during the tournament and all around Indianapolis during event week.

Fans will also have the opportunity to test their free-throw shooting and football passing ability against the statistics of Big Ten greats like Brees and Alford in “head-to-head” football and basketball tosses, while a halftime three-point and free-throw competition will give a lucky fan the chance to win 10 “big ones.” ($10,000)

In addition, an online contest – the “Bobblethon” – will run from the tournament through the end of July. Beginning March 11 on www.BigTenIcons.com, Big Ten fans will be encouraged to go online and click on their favorite bobblehead.  The university that receives the most clicks during the Bobblethon will win $10,000 for its alumni association’s scholarship fund. Fans also will get a chance to win a trip for two to a Big Ten football game of their choice and other great prizes.

BIG TEN NETWORK – ADVANCE PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE

                                         Thursday, March 4 – Sunday, March 14     

  • – THURSDAY, MARCH 4 –

11:30AM ET/ BIG TEN TIP-OFF SHOW

Dave Revsine, Rick Pizzo – Hosts; Dan Dakich, Tim Doyle – Analysts

12PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #1: #7 Michigan vs. #10 Northwestern (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Mark Neely – Play-by-Play; Mary Murphy – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

2:30PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #2: #6 Penn State vs. #11 Minnesota (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Mark Neely – Play-by-Play; Mary Murphy – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

5PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #3: #8 Indiana vs. #9 Illinois (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Tracy Warren – Play-by-Play; Vera Jones – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

9PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – THE FINALE

Dave Revsine, Rick Pizzo – Hosts; Dan Dakich, Tim Doyle – Analysts

 

9:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL – STUDENT U

Chicago State at Northwestern (Evanston, IL) (delay)

 

  • – FRIDAY, MARCH 5 –

11:30AM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #4: Game #1 Winner vs. #2 Michigan State (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Mark Neely – Play-by-Play; Mary Murphy – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

2PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #5: Game #2 Winner vs. #3 Iowa (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Mark Neely – Play-by-Play; Mary Murphy – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

5:30AM ET/ BIG TEN TIP-OFF SHOW

Mike Hall – Host; Stephanie White – Analyst

 

6PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #6: Game #3 Winner vs. #1 Ohio State (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Tracy Warren – Play-by-Play; Vera Jones – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

8PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #7: #4 Wisconsin vs. #5 Purdue (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Tracy Warren – Play-by-Play; Vera Jones – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

10:30PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – THE FINALE

Mike Hall – Host; Stephanie White – Analyst

11PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

Wisconsin at Minnesota (HD) (Minneapolis, MN) (delay)

Matt Rosen – Play-by-Play; Rob Andringa – Analyst; Ali Lucia – Reporter

1:30AM ET/ BIG TEN HOCKEY POST-GAME

Rick Pizzo – Host; Darby Hendrickson – Analyst

  • – SATURDAY, MARCH 6 –

12PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Northwestern at Indiana (HD) (Bloomington, IN)

Wayne Larrivee – Play-by-Play; Jim Jackson – Analyst

2PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S LACROSSE on BigTenNetwork.com

Georgetown at Northwestern (Evanston, IL)

2:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Purdue at Penn St (HD) (State College, PA)

Ari Wolfe – Play-by-Play; Greg Kelser – Analyst

5PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #8 (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Mark Neely – Play-by-Play; Mary Murphy – Analyst

 

7:30PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament Game #9 (HD) (Indianapolis, IN)

Tracy Warren – Play-by-Play; Vera Jones – Analyst; Leah Secondo – Reporter

9:30PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – THE FINALE

Dave Revsine, Rick Pizzo – Hosts; Dan Dakich, Tim Doyle – Analysts

  • – SUNDAY, MARCH 7 – 

12PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

Big Ten Championships at Ohio State (HD) (Columbus, OH)

Steve Schlanger – Play-by-Play; Rowdy Gaines – Analyst; Kimiko Soldati – Reporter

2PM ET/ BIG TEN WRESTLING

Big Ten Championships at Michigan (HD) (Ann Arbor, MI)

Tim Johnson – Play-by-Play; Jim Gibbons – Analyst; Dan Gable – Analyst

6PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Iowa at Minnesota (HD) (Minneapolis, MN)

Wayne Larrivee – Play-by-Play; Shon Morris – Analyst

8PM ET/ THE JOURNEY: BIG TEN BASKETBALL 2010

8:30PM ET/ THIS WEEK IN BIG TEN BASKETBALL

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

10PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S LACROSSE – STUDENT U

Georgetown at Northwestern (Evanston, IL) (delay)

  • – MONDAY, MARCH 8 –

7:30PM ET/ BIG TEN BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION SHOW

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

 

8PM ET/ BIG TEN’S GREATEST GAMES

Men’s Basketball: 1976 NCAA Championship – Indiana vs. Michigan

  • – TUESDAY, MARCH 9 –

7PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD

Indoor Championships at Penn State (State College, PA) (delay)

Lisa Cornwell – Play-by-Play; Rebecca Haarlow – Analyst; Kylie Nellis – Reporter

9PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S TRACK & FIELD

Indoor Championships at Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN) (delay)

Ron Johnson – Play-by-Play; Luke Watson, Kenny McReynolds – Analysts

  • – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 –

10:30AM ET/ THE BIG TEN WOMEN’S SHOW

Lisa Cornwell – Host; Brittney Payton – Analyst

9PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – MEN’S TOURNAMENT PREVIEW SHOW

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

  • – THURSDAY, MARCH 11 –

7PM ET/ BIG TEN TIP-OFF SHOW

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

7:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament: Game #3 at Conseco Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN)

Gus Johnson – Play-by-Play; Shon Morris – Analyst; Charissa Thompson – Reporter

  • – FRIDAY, MARCH 12 –

4PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S LACROSSE on BigTenNetwork.com

Duquesne at Northwestern (Evanston, IL)

6PM ET/ BIG TEN TIP-OFF SHOW

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

6:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament: Game #6 at Conseco Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN)

Gus Johnson – Play-by-Play; Shon Morris – Analyst; Charissa Thompson – Reporter

9PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL

Big Ten Tournament: Game #7 at Conseco Fieldhouse (Indianapolis, IN)

Gus Johnson – Play-by-Play; Shon Morris – Analyst; Charissa Thompson – Reporter

  • – SATURDAY, MARCH 13 –

3PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S GYMNASTICS

Ohio State at Illinois (Champaign, IL) (delay)

Mike Leiderman – Play-by-Play; Elise Ray – Analyst

4:30PM ET/ BIG TEN WOMEN’S LACROSSE – STUDENT U

Duquesne at Northwestern (Evanston, IL) (delay)

8:30PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – THE FINALE

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

  • – SUNDAY, MARCH 14 –

3:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S GOLF

Match-Play Championship at Heron Bay Club (Coral Springs, FL) (delay)

Rick Pizzo, Lisa Cornwell – Hosts

7:30PM ET/ BIG TEN MEN’S BASKETBALL – SELECTION SUNDAY SPECAIL

Dave Revsine – Host; Jim Jackson, Dan Dakich – Analysts

9:30PM ET/ BIG TEN TONIGHT – TOURNAMENT EDITION

Rick Pizzo – Host; Shon Morris, Mike DeCourcey – Analysts

Big Ten Network to Air Seven Winter Championships in HD

Winners in gymnastics, swimming and diving, track and field and wrestling to be crowned on network 

CHICAGO – The Big Ten Network will televise seven winter Big Ten Championships, starting Feb. 26 with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships. The schedule also includes wrestling, men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s swimming and diving, and men’s and women’s indoor track and field.

The Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics Championships and the Big Ten Wrestling Championships will be carried live, and all seven of these events will be produced in high definition.

Coverage begins at 8 PM ET on Friday, Feb. 26, with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships from the campus of Purdue University.

The Big Ten Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships will appear at noon ET on Sunday, March 7, from Columbus, Ohio. The Big Ten Wrestling Championships will be carried live at 2 PM ET from Ann Arbor, Mich.

The Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships will air back-to-back, starting at 7 PM ET on Tuesday, March 9.

The Big Ten Network will televise the Big Ten Women’s Gymnastics Championships live at 2 PM ET on Saturday, March 27, from the campus of The Ohio State University.  The network will have live coverage of the Big Ten Men’s Gymnastics Championships on consecutive nights at 7 PM ET on Friday, April 2, and Saturday, April 3, from Columbus, Ohio.

The Big Ten currently has 34 teams ranked in the top 25 nationally in Olympic sports programs for the winter season, including top-15 programs in men’s gymnastics (No. 1 Michigan, No. 2 Illinois, No. 5 Penn State, No. 6 Ohio State, No. 7 Minnesota, No. 8 Iowa), women’s gymnastics (No. 13 Michigan, No. 15 Penn State), men’s swimming and diving (No. 6 Michigan, No. 9 Ohio State, No. 10 Minnesota), women’s swimming and diving (No. 10 Minnesota, No. 14 Indiana), men’s indoor track and field (No. 13 Indiana, No. 15 Penn State), women’s indoor track and field (No. 9 Penn State) and wrestling (No. 1 Iowa, No. 3 Ohio State, No. 5 Minnesota, No. 10 Penn State, No. 13 Indiana, No. 15 Wisconsin).

The complete television schedule for the 2010 Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Gymnastics, Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving, Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field and Wrestling Championships appears below, including information on whether the events will be televised live or on a delayed basis. For more information on the Big Ten Championships, go to www.bigten.org or www.BigTenNetwork.com.

Big Ten Network Winter Championships Schedule:

Sport

Days

Dates

Site

Air Date and Time (ET)

Defending Champion

(W) Swimming & Diving

W-Sa

Feb 17-20

Purdue

Friday, 2/26 – 8 PM

Indiana

(M) Swimming & Diving

W-Sa

Feb 24-27

Ohio State

Sunday, 3/7 – 12 PM

Michigan

Wrestling

Sa-Su

Mar 6-7

Michigan

Sunday, 3/7 – LIVE – 2 PM

Iowa

(W) Indoor Track & Field

Sa-Su

Feb 27-28

Penn State

Tuesday, 3/9 – 7 PM

Minnesota

(M) Indoor Track & Field

Sa-Su

Feb 27-28

Minnesota

Tuesday, 3/9 – 9 PM

Minnesota

(W) Gymnastics

Sat

Mar 27

Ohio State

LIVE – 2 PM

Michigan

(M) Gymnastics

Fri

Apr 2

Ohio State

LIVE – 7 PM

Illinois/Michigan (tie)

 

Sat

Apr 3

Ohio State

LIVE – 7 PM

 

BIG TEN NETWORK OHIO STATE CAMPUS PROGRAMMING – MARCH, 2010

For more information:

http://www.wosu.org/o-h-i-o/

O-H-I-O 101: Tuesday, March 9, at 2pm             

O-H-I-O 102: Tuesday, March 9, at 2:30pm 

O-H-I-O 101: Wednesday, March 10, at 4am                   

O-H-I-O 102: Wednesday, March 10, at 4:30am            

O-H-I-O 103 (debut): Tuesday, March 23, at 2pm                        

ALL SIDES 101 (debut): Tuesday, March 23, at 2:30pm        

O-H-I-O 103: Wednesday, March 24, at 4am                   

ALL SIDES 101: Wednesday, March 24, at 4:30am        

Program Descriptions:

O-H-I-O 101

Ohio State’s solar decathlon team travels to the National Mall in Washington, D.C., to erect the house they designed for an international competition. More than 60 students pursuing more than 20 disciplines across the university contributed to Ohio State’s Solar Decathlon project. Also, engineering students from Ohio State take the streamlined hydrogen fuel cell vehicle they designed to the Bonneville Salt Flats and break the speed record for electric vehicles. Plus, monitoring and reducing Ohio State’s carbon footprint through the Scarlet, Grey, and Green program.

Airdates/Times: March 9 at 2pm; March 10 at 4am

O-H-I-O 102

OSU researchers bring the world’s most advanced biomedical imaging tools to patients and their pets. Sports and art collide when Archie Griffin and Gene Smith take a look at the Wexner Center’s Hard Targets exhibition. Scientists find a groundbreaking new way to fight cancer with the development of a futuristic nanofiber. A revolutionary new company is developing a powerful real-time camera that uses a whole new spectrum of light and gives physicians biological metadata while doing no harm to the patient. Dr. Dan Janies maps the spread of H1N1 across the globe helping to fight off the next global flu pandemic.

Airdates/Times: March 9 at 2:30pm; March 10 at 4:30am

O-H-I-O 103

Teachers travel to London to learn theatrical techniques with the UK’s Royal Shakespeare Company. Author Carla Buckley talks about the release of her new book and explores the real-life possibility of a global flu pandemic with OSU researchers. Travel halfway around the world to uncover the little-known habits of Cameroon land herders. Get an inside look at hard-working students in the OSU nursing program. OSU Researchers create cancer-preventative vegetables.

Airdates/Times: March 23 at 2pm; March 24 at 4am

ALL SIDES 101

Author Carla Buckley talks about the release of her new book The Things That Keep Us Here. The discussion includes two Ohio State researchers who explore the real-life possibility of a global flu pandemic.

Airdates/Times: March 23 at 2:30pm; March 24 at 4:30am