A total of 24 new Big Ten classic games to be aired starting Sept. 1, including Ohio State’s huge comeback at Minnesota in 1989 and a classic vs. Michigan in 1979 that landed the Buckeyes in the Rose Bowl …
The Big Ten Network will be the place to relive stunning upsets, incredible finishes and stellar individual performances as the popular series The Big Ten’s Greatest Games returns for its third season.
Twenty-four new episodes will debut this fall, including two each week, premiering on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays. The first episode will be the 1989 Holiday Bowl between Penn State and BYU, scheduled for 8 PM ET on Tuesday, Sept. 1.
Here’s a look at two of Ohio State’s greatest games set to air on BTN during football season. Read more at http://www.bigtennetwork.com/corporate/Pressreleases.asp.
Ohio State trailed Minnesota, 31-0, but staged an incredible comeback and defeated the Gophers 41-37, tying the record for the largest deficit overcome by a Division I-A team. In the first half, Buckeye quarterback Greg Frey completed just two of eight passes for 35 yards, and his two fumbles and an interception led to 17 Minnesota points. But in the second half, he was 18 for 23 for 327 yards. He also scored a touchdown and completed a pair of two-point conversion passes in the second half to spark the comeback.
Ohio State’s Jim Laughlin and Ernie Andria teamed to block a Michigan punt midway through the final quarter and Todd Bell returned the bouncing ball 18 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. Unbeaten and second-ranked Ohio State won despite two long touchdown receptions by freshman wide receiver Anthony Carter from Michigan quarterback John Wangler. All-American Ohio State quarterback Art Schlichter threw for 196 yards.
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY SEPTEMBER BIG TEN NETWORK PROGRAMMING
Eye on Alumni (101)
In this episode of Eye on Alumni, Dimitrious Stanley travels to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois to visit Ohio State alumnus Ted Beattie, President & CEO of Chicago’s John G. Shedd Aquarium. Also featured in this episode is Jeff Swanagan, former executive director of the Georgia Aquarium (the world’s largest) and executive director of the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. For more information, visit http://www.wosu.org/eyeonalumni/.
Airdates/Times: September 11 at 4:30am
Eye on Alumni (102)
This episode focuses on alumni who have “paid it forward” in their careers and their communities. Featured are Archie Griffin ’76, a two-time Heisman Trophy winner and president and CEO of The Ohio State University Alumni Association; Stefanie Spielman ’89, a breast cancer survivor who has raised over $5 million dollars for breast cancer research; Tom Wheeler, former Cable Television Association president, cellular phone pioneer, and a transition team leader for the Obama Campaign; and Keith Herron, president of Target Excellence, and an after-school program working with Title I students (California’s poverty level families) in the Sacramento, CA area. Video questions from alumni & students include questions from Lake Erie surf documentary producer Tom Heinrich, and former OSU basketball standout Greg Oden, among others. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/eyeonalumni.
Airdates/Times: September 8 at 3pm; September 22 at 3pm; September 29 at 3am
In this episode, engineering students from the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) attempt to break the land speed record for a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle. It covers the history of Buckeye Bullet 1 (the previous electric battery powered vehicle), the idea and research behind Buckeye Bullet 2 (the hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle), and visits to Speedweek and the World Finals at the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Also featured in this episode is The Ohio State University’s Stone Lab, the oldest freshwater research station in the country located on Lake Erie’s Gibraltar Island, and ThePalestra.com, an internet news service geared toward university students. Through a network of on-campus reporters, The Palestra collects, produces, packages, and distributes unique audio and video content about college sports, music, entertainment and news. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 15 at 9am
This episode of iMix features the world of motion graphics where Ohio State University’s Advanced Computing Center for the Arts & Design (ACCAD) graduate student Brent Haley takes viewers through the basics of wireless virtual reality.
Also in this episode is a segment on fish farming with Senior Research Associate Geoff Wallat of Ohio State University’s South Centers Aquaculture Development Center; a visit to Ohio State University’s Museum of Biological Diversity to view a world class collection of birds, fish, insects, animal recordings, and more; and a trip to Italy where Ohio State University students travel to study the language, attend music classes, and perform an opera for local audiences. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 15 at 3am
This episode features The Ohio State University Flight Program and Airport, where students work in one of only two university owned and operated airports in America. Also in this episode, distance education takes on a whole new look as students come together in the metaverse of Second Life to connect and share knowledge in a unique out-of-classroom experience. And last, iMix turns up the heat in the Metal Casting kitchen with OSU Professor Doru Stefanescu and his student as they shape our future through a joint MIT/NASA project to provide oxygen for a permanent base on the moon, exploring possibilities of metal casting in our world and beyond. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 1 at 3am; September 15 at 3pm
This episode will feature a visit to the Large Binocular Telescope Observatory high atop Mt. Graham outside Safford, Arizona where Ohio State University faculty and students have an opportunity to study the Universe like never before. The 600-ton telescope is the result of an international partnership of universities and research groups. Learn about the day to day operations at the Observatory and the living conditions of the astronomers who visit.
Also in this episode, iMix explores the tools medical professors are creating for the Nintendo generation of surgeons. In an effort to create better trained surgeons, teaching professor Dr. Gregory Wiet and the Ohio Supercomputer Center have been working on a project known as the Validation Dissemination of Temporal Bone Dissection that looks at simulating surgery through computer visualization, applied force, and even changes in sound. Future surgeons are using this technology that allows for direct consequences to action and gives them opportunities to experience problems that may occur in a real surgery that they must react to quickly.
Lastly, iMix visits the Ohio State University Urban Arts Space in the historic Lazarus building in downtown Columbus where 30 students mastering in Fine Arts at The Ohio State University are exhibiting their work. Projects include art and technology, ceramics, glass, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 8 at 9am; September 15 at 9am; September 29 at 9am
This episode features the Wexner Center for the Arts and the Warhol exhibition; Steve Martino and the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD); the virtual world of Second Life with women’s studies professor Sharon Collingwood; and Jeff Smith’s Bone at the Wexner Center for the Arts. For more information, or to view segments from past episodes, visit www.wosu.org/imix
Airdates/Times: September 15 at 3pm; September 22 at 9am
This episode features Lonnie Thompson and his wife Ellen Mosley-Thompson and the Byrd Polar Research Center at The Ohio State University; Professor William Mitsch and the Olentangy Wetlands Research Park; and the Scarlet, Gray & Green initiative at The Ohio State University. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 1 at 3am
Best of iMix (108)
Follow Ohio State’s student-led Buckeye Bullet 2 team as they attempt to break a land speed record for a hydrogen fuel cell car; visit the Urban Arts Space in a historic downtown building where 30 students mastering in Fine Arts are exhibiting their work; and look at a new OSU initiative called Scarlet, Gray, and Green that puts sustainability at the forefront of Ohio State’s building and energy plans. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 15 at 3am
This episode will explore the relationship between The Ohio State University and NASA. Ohio State Alum Diana Blaney explains the Mars Rover project and the collaboration with Ohio State’s Mapping and GIS Laboratory led by Professor Ron Li. Also featured are Ohio State aerospace engineering students conducting experiments in zero gravity aboard NASA’s “Weightless Wonder,” and Ohio State’s work on a Lunar GPS-like system to be used by astronauts on the moon. Lastly, the episode features a web project, Synchronous Objects for One Flat Thing, reproduced, which world-renowned choreographer William Forsythe developed at Ohio State in collaboration with the Department of Dance and Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (ACCAD). For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 8 at 3am
This episode explores the world of “smart” surveillance systems with Professor James W. Davis and his team of graduate and undergraduate researchers. iMix looks at Dr. Gregory Wiet’s efforts to train the “nintendo” generation of doctors using virtual surgery. Also included is a segment on the John Glenn School of Public Affairs Kiplinger Fellowship – a program designed to train print journalists how to thrive in the new world of multimedia and online journalism. The show concludes with a segment on It’s Abuse, a peer-to-peer, grassroots awareness effort to address the issue of relationship abuse on college campuses. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: September 1 at 9am and 3pm; September 8 at 3am; September 11 at 10:30am; September 22 at 3am
This episode explores the world of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles with the student and faculty researchers at the Center for Automotive Research (CAR). In addition to ground-breaking research, CAR has formed a partnership with local and national businesses that is creating high-tech jobs and furthering the research of the smart grid. This episode also features a tour of the newly-renovated William Oxley Thompson Library and pedals along with doctors, researchers, and students riding their bicycles in support of Pelotonia, an event that raises money for cancer research. For more information, visit www.wosu.org/imix.
Airdates/Times: August 25 at 3:30pm; September 1 at 9am and 3pm; September 8 at 9am; September 11 at 4:30pm; September 22 at 9am and 3am; September 29 at 3pm
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Airdates/Times: September 29 at 9am and 3pm