FSO to televise University of Cincinnati's first home football game in renovated stadium

FOX Sports Ohio is excited to announce the following University of Cincinnati football coverage.
The network will televise the Bearcats first home game in their newly renovated stadium against Alabama A&M, live September 5 at 7 p.m. Stay tuned for an encore airing of Revealed: Nippert Stadium, immediately following the game.Revealed is a feature program that provides fans access to the influential players, places, and events within our sports community. This new 30-minute special, hosted by Dan Hoard, looks at the renovations and expansion of Nippert Stadium, home to the Cincinnati Bearcats football team.
Watch Revealed: Nippert Stadium teaser clip

In addition, Inside Bearcats Football Preview premieres Monday, August 24 at 10:30 p.m. on FOX Sports Ohio. This 30-minute show will get fans ready for the season and feature in-depth interviews with the Bearcat student-athletes and Coach Tommy Tuberville.
Fans can also keep up with the football team on Bearcats Sports Weekly with Tommy Tuberville starting Thursday, September 10 at 6 p.m. A new episode will air Thursdays at 6 p.m. throughout the season.
Check your local listings for replays. Visit FOXSportsOhio.com or follow FOX Sports Ohio on Facebook or Twitter for more information.

SportsTime Ohio announces 2015 High School Football Game of the Week schedule

CLEVELAND --€“ SportsTime Ohio is excited to announce the return of Friday night high school football coverage with the High School Football Game of the Week.
SportsTime Ohio's 2015 Game of the Week schedule includes 10 weeks of high school football action. Tune in every Friday night for same day delayed game coverage of a new local matchup.
Jeff Phelps will call the games with color analyst Frank Stams, and Ryan Cavanaugh (@ryancav7) reporting from the sideline.
Action kicks off Friday, August 28 with the Brunswick Blue Devils visiting the Highland Hornets, who will play their first game in a new stadium. Check out the full 10-week schedule below.
Follow SportsTime Ohio on Twitter (@SportsTimeOhio) all season long for high school football updates.
To stay informed on high school football action around the state, catch Cavanaugh's high school preview every Wednesday on Drennan Live (@DrennanLive) at 3:30 p.m.


Fri.Aug. 28Brunsick @ Highland11 p.m.
Fri.Sept. 4Elyria @ Lorain11 p.m.
Fri.Sept. 11Madison @ Perry11 p.m.
Fri.Sept. 18Stow @ Wadsworth11 p.m.
Fri.Sept. 25Midview @ Berea-Midpark11:30 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 2Nordonia @ Brecksville-BH11 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 9North Ridgeville @ Avon11 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 16TBD11 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 23TBD11 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 30TBD11 p.m.

FOX Sports Ohio/SportsTime Ohio, IMG expand Ohio State Athletics partnership

FOX Sports Ohio and IMG have formed a new expanded television agreement covering Ohio State Athletics. The agreement was announced today by Francois McGillicuddy, Senior Vice President and General Manager, FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio and Ray DeWeese, General Manager, Ohio State IMG Sports Marketing.
GameTime with Urban Meyer, a weekly show with defending National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes head football coach Urban Meyer, will return to FOX Sports Ohio this fall on Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. This 60-minute show is shot from The Ohio State University campus and features exclusive insights and in-depth interviews with players and coaches. In addition, Inside Ohio State Athletics with basketball Head Coach Thad Matta will continue to air on FOX Sports Ohio in January and preview upcoming basketball games as well as review the week in Ohio State Athletics.  
FOX Sports Ohio will also produce a series of new shows, Scarlet & Gray Alumni Roundtable featuring former Ohio State players' great moments and stories of Buckeye lore.
In addition, SportsTime Ohio will produce multiple Ohio State: Revealed shows. The "Revealed" franchise takes fans up close and personal with prominent figures in the sports community.
A new Links to the Game featuring Ohio State alumni will also be produced and distributed by SportsTime Ohio. Links to the Game, hosted by PGA pro Jimmy Hanlin, was first introduced in July. The program brings Hanlin together with athletes from other sports to hit the links, while talking golf and sports.
"FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio are thrilled to continue as the statewide television partner for Ohio State IMG Sports Marketing, providing an expanded line up to our very passionate Buckeye fan base," McGillicuddy said. "Our partnership with IMG allows us the opportunity to deliver comprehensive programming featuring the best analysis and access fans can't find anywhere else."
"Ohio State IMG Sports Marketing is excited to extend our partnership with FOX Sports Ohio," DeWeese said.  "Fans throughout the state will have behind-the-scenes access to the Buckeyes through the official coach's television shows and enhanced coverage, which the new programming will provide."
FOX Sports Ohio will have an on-site presence engaging fans at select Buckeyes' home games.
FOX Sports Ohio kicks off its Ohio State coverage with the first GameTime with Urban Meyer on Saturday September 5 at 9 a.m. For more programming information, visit FOXSportsOhio.com
CLEVELAND - FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio have won four Emmy awards this year from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Ohio Valley and Lower Great Lakes Chapters.
FOX Sports Ohio's coverage of Cincinnati Reds Opening Day won the Emmy for best sports one-time special at the Ohio Valley Chapter's 51st Annual Emmy Awards, held in Lexington, Kentucky this past Saturday, July 25. These awards recognize television excellence in thirteen markets from four states, including Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton and Zanesville, Ohio, along with markets in Kentucky, Indiana, and West Virginia.
Last month, FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio won three Emmys at theLower Great Lakes Chapter's 46th Annual Emmy Awards, which cover Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Indianapolis, Toledo, Fort Wayne, and Erie markets. SportsTime Ohio's coverage of Cleveland Indians baseball won the award for best live, unedited sporting event.
Please see below for a complete list of FOX Sports Ohio and SportsTime Ohio Emmy winners.
Lower Great Lakes
Sporting Event/Game - Live/Unedited
Cleveland Indians Baseball
  • Jim Murphy
  • Patrick Murray
  • Patrick Kilkenney
  • Mike Pocta
  • Steve Barto
Director - Sports
Cavaliers Basketball
  • Daniel Sevic
2014 Graphics/Animation Compilation
  • Joseph Von Enck
  • Greg Golya
Ohio Valley Chapter
Sports One Time Special
Cincinnati Reds Opening Day
  • Bob Pennell
  • Dave Ashbrock
  • Brian Hunterman
  • Tom Farmer
  • Laura Mickelson
  • Michael Hayden