Monday, June 17 2013 11:38 PM EDT2013-06-18 03:38:49 GMT
Zack Cozart and Todd Frazier hit upper-deck homers off left-hander Francisco Liriano, and the Cincinnati Reds moved a season-high 15 games over .500 by beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1 on Monday night. TheMore >>
Zack Cozart and Todd Frazier hit upper-deck homers off left-hander Francisco Liriano, and the Cincinnati Reds moved a season-high 15 games over .500 by beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1 on Monday night.More >>
Monday, June 17 2013 7:43 PM EDT2013-06-17 23:43:17 GMT
A station official says the cast of an Atlanta sports radio show has been fired after mocking a former NFL player who has Lou Gehrig's disease. The show, Mayhem in the AM, was broadcast Monday morningMore >>
The show, Mayhem in the AM, was broadcast Monday morning on 790 The Zone. In a statement, General Manager Rick Mack says the station regrets comments made about ex-New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason.More >>
Monday, June 17 2013 7:37 PM EDT2013-06-17 23:37:36 GMT
The Stanley Cup finals' Game 2 drew the most viewers for the NHL on NBC Sports Network since the cable channel started televising the league in 2006. The Boston Bruins' 2-1 overtime win over the ChicagoMore >>
The Boston Bruins' 2-1 overtime win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night averaged 3.96 million viewers. That's more than triple the 1.18 million for the first finals game on the network last year, Game 3 between the Devils and Kings.More >>
Monday, June 17 2013 7:34 PM EDT2013-06-17 23:34:48 GMT
Struggling designated hitter Lance Berkman is getting a second consecutive game out the Texas lineup. Berkman says he isn't upset about being left out of the lineup Monday night for the opener of a four-gameMore >>
Berkman played only 32 games with St. Louis last season because of two operations on his right knee. He says he's not having a lot of pain.More >>
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WIS) – When fans attend football games at
Southeastern Conference stadiums this season, they will witness more game
action on stadium video boards, including replays of officiating reviews.
Starting with games this weekend, institutions are not limited in the use of
replays except when a stoppage occurs for an official review. The time
during which replays may be shown is from the end of a play until the beginning
of the next play, except when a stoppage occurs for an official review.
During official reviews, stadium video boards will be able to show
replays from the television network that is broadcasting the game. During
an official review, the video feed from the television network will be shown on
the stadium video board only between the referee's announcement to stop play
for the review and his communication of the review's outcome.
In previous years, the SEC had a standard one real-time replay policy for all
plays in a game for all sports.
"The change in policy will allow our fans to see more of the action, including
great plays and close calls," said SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. "Fans in
the stadium now can see many of the same views of a play seen by fans watching
on television. This should add to the overall game experience for fans
inside our stadiums."
Replays of touchdowns not stopped for official review can be shown following
the point-after-touchdown attempts until the ensuing kickoff begins.
are exceptions to the policy for game-highlight packages shown later in the
The change in policy was approved by the SEC Athletics Directors in August
following a recommendation prepared by the conference's Working Group on Fan
Experience. The Working Group is chaired by Mississippi State University
Athletics Director Scott Stricklin.
Another policy change approved by the Athletics Directors and recommended by
the Working Group, permits bands to be amplified when playing during designated
times. Bands will not be allowed to play once the center takes his place
over the football until the play is whistled dead. Previously, bands were
not allowed to be amplified during the game and were not allowed to play once
the offensive team broke the huddle.
Thursday, April 25 2013 7:03 AM EDT2013-04-25 11:03:18 GMT
(RNN) - Big guys are likely to be the stars of the show Thursday night when the NFL Draft again airs in primetime on ESPN, live from Radio City Music Hall. Barring unforeseen weirdness - which can neverMore >>
The NFL Draft with all its drama and uncertainty airs live in prime time Thursday night. Luke Joeckel, Manti Te'o, SEC stars and borderline quarterbacks are among this year's mysteries.More >>
Thursday, April 18 2013 8:52 PM EDT2013-04-19 00:52:03 GMT
(RNN) - Spring practice in the SEC climaxes Saturday when five more teams hold their annual spring scrimmages. Interesting fact: So far the biggest attendance at a spring game this season was at KentuckyMore >>
New coaches at Tennessee, Auburn and Arkansas will give us the first glimpse of their teams in Saturday's SEC spring games. Two-time defending national champion Alabama and Mississippi State also give fans a break from the long college football offseason.
Thursday, April 11 2013 7:00 AM EDT2013-04-11 11:00:16 GMT
Many Southeastern Conference football fans will finally get a look at their favorite teams this Saturday, April 13, and several of the annual spring games will be broadcast on TV and on the Web.Texas A&MMore >>
Southeastern Conference fans are beginning to stir as South Carolina, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and Kentucky all hold their annual spring football games on Saturday, April 13.More >>
Monday, January 7 2013 6:00 AM EST2013-01-07 11:00:08 GMT
Miami (RNN) - Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said the team that makes the most mistakes may well win tonight. Not a misprint.He explained that odd statement Sunday at the final news conference before theMore >>
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said the team that makes the most mistakes may win tonight. He meant the team that takes the most chances, forces the action and sets the pace. Teams that do that make mistakes. But they cause the other guys to make mistakes, too. More >>
Sunday, January 6 2013 11:52 AM EST2013-01-06 16:52:47 GMT
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban and Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly shook hands Sunday morning in front of the Coaches' Trophy, the prize their two teams want to take home Monday night.More >>
Alabama head football coach Nick Saban and Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly shook hands Sunday morning in front of the Coaches' Trophy, the prize their two teams want to take home Monday night. More >>
Friday, December 7 2012 8:37 AM EST2012-12-07 13:37:38 GMT
(RNN) - Butch Jones has been hired as the next head football coach of the Tennessee Volunteers, according to ESPN. Jones has resigned from his position as Cincinnati's head coach, effective immediately,More >>
Butch Jones has been hired as the next head football coach of the Tennessee Volunteers, according to ESPN.More >>
Thursday, November 29 2012 12:54 PM EST2012-11-29 17:54:22 GMT
Offensively, Alabama and Georgia both feature efficient if not flashy quarterbacks, steady if not high-profile receivers and a pair of running backs anyone would love to have. The breakdown: Quarterback: GeorgiaMore >>
Alabama and Georgia both feature efficient if not flashy quarterbacks, steady if not high-profile receivers and a pair of running backs anyone would love to have. Georgia's defense has more stars; Alabama's defense has performed better as a unit.
Monday, November 26 2012 6:15 PM EST2012-11-26 23:15:13 GMT
It is never too early to project where those teams will play, who they will play and, for good measure, the result.More >>
The chaos of the scramble to play in the BCS Championship Game has come down to one possibility - the winner of Bama-Georgia plays Notre Dame. But how the rest of the bowl pairings might shake out is another interesting puzzle. Here are our projections. More >>
Thursday, November 15 2012 4:55 PM EST2012-11-15 21:55:31 GMT
(RNN) - This is mostly a week of throwaway games as SEC teams prep for next week, which features turkey, dressing and a lot of rivalry games.But a bad November Saturday in SEC Country watching ball isMore >>
Can Johnny Football gain 1 billion yards? Can Alabama score 1 billion points? And can Vanderbilt beat Tennessee for only the second time in 1 billion years? Tune in this week and find out.More >>
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