Quote: UC To Take Center Stage In 2013 Skyline Chili Crosstown Showdown This will be a great opportunity to do some scouting without ever leaving campus. The kids from high school to get see U.C. without scheduling a recruiting visit.
Sheakley Athletic Center
McNicholas vs. Northwest
Anderson vs. Mount Healthy
Turpin vs. Withrow
Madeira vs. Norwood
Deer Park vs. Purcell Marian
Beechwood vs. Lima Senior
La Salle vs. Oak Hills
Elder vs. Middletown
Colerain vs. Park Vista (Fla.)
Indianapolis Pike vs. Moeller
USATODAY is running a series of articles counting down the top 125 BCS football teams (are you really on top if you come in at 125?). The articles are quite in depth, so much so, that they are almost tedius to read.
I will try to post our opponents as they appear so you can while away the summer hours waiting on vacation and football.
Here's Memphis at 116:
From Andy Katz:
The American Conference will have an 18-game true round-robin schedule with 10 league members, according to sources at the league meetings in Florida.
The conference also discussed the site of the 2014 men's basketball tournament and Memphis is the early frontrunner. The hope is that the FedEx Forum can be a destination that supports all of the games, not just the Tigers. Hartford and Mohegan Sun Casino were also candidates and are still in pursuit among a few others.
The American will play primarily conference games on Thursday or Wednesday-Saturday.
The conference will be up to 11 teams in 2014-15 when Louisville and Rutgers leave for the ACC and Big Ten, respectively, and East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa join the league. Louisville coach Rick Pitino and Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan weren't in attendance but Tulane's Ed Conroy, East Carolina's Jeff Lebo and Tulsa's Danny Manning were at the meeting. The American Conference has a year to discuss how the 11-team schedule will unfold but there are likely two choices. The league could play eight teams twice and two teams once (one home and one away) or go with 20 league games for a true round-robin.
The league's coaches were shown the new logo for the league which will be unveiled soon.
The league is also in competition with its former members, the new Big East, in trying to secure a new coordinator of officials. Both leagues will be attempting to lure the top officials as they play likely at the same time on Saturdays.
Can play right away.
He is a TE that has had a lot of injuries. It is huge from a PR perspective though as His Dad will mention UC pretty much a couple of times a week on the radio now.
Mardy! Mardy! Mardy!