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Football / football media day
July 19, 2006, 12:12:43 PM

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—For the first time in Ohio Valley Conference history, fans will be able to tune in live as Murray State Head Coach Matt Griffin, and all OVC football coaches, address members of the media during a portion of the league's annual Football Kickoff festivities on Tuesday, July 25, the league office announced today from its Nashville, Tenn., headquarters.  


This unprecedented event, which can be viewed from the OVC's Web site at, will be made available through a partnership with XOS Technologies, a leading provider of sports technology and media solutions to professional and collegiate teams and conferences.  


"We are pleased to be able to provide fans with this unique look inside a previously restricted event," said OVC Commissioner Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher. "The advent of sophisticated computer technology has opened the door to a new world of opportunities for promoting our member institutions and we are excited to be a part of it."


Fans will be able to view the media day program from approximately 8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m., Central time on July 25.  The live portion of the program will feature brief comments from all nine OVC head football coaches and Commissioner Steinbrecher. In addition, users will be able to view taped footage of individual interviews with each of the league's nine head football coaches, beginning at approximately 5:00 p.m. CDT.


Fans can access the live videostream and taped interviews free of charge by logging on to the Ohio Valley Conference website at, then clicking on the football media day graphic and following the prompts to make the program appear.


The Racers open their first season under the direction of Griffin on Sept. 2, when they travel to face the University of Missouri at 6:00 p.m.


The Ohio Valley Conference is the nation's eighth-oldest NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics conference, comprised of 11 member institutions from the states of Alabama, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee.  The member institutions are: Austin Peay State University, Eastern Illinois University, Eastern Kentucky University, Jacksonville State University, Morehead State University, Murray State University, Samford University, Southeast Missouri State University, University of Tennessee at Martin, Tennessee State University and Tennessee Technological University.  Additional information can be found at


In its mission to offer comprehensive, cutting-edge technology solutions geared to help professional and collegiate sports teams, conferences, leagues and athletic administrators win on and off the field, XOS Technologies has developed four main product lines – Coaching Solutions, Facilities Design & Integration, XOS Network Interactive Fan Services Platform and XOS Total Ticketing & Donor Management Solution – which help teams and leagues integrate video, data and fan management technologies to assure maximum return on each investment. XOS products can be found at practice facilities, arenas and on the road across the country.  XOS serves more than 400 clients representing more than 750 teams in the NFL, AFL, CFL, NBA, WNBA, NHL, MLB, MLS, NAIA and the NCAA.  For additional information, please visit:




Kevin Britton

Sports Information Assistant

Murray State University Athletics

217 Stewart Stadium

Murray, KY  42071

(270) 809-7044
Men's Basketball / Re: OVC transfers
March 12, 2021, 12:47:16 PM
Understandably we wouldn't be included in an OVC transfers thread anymore, but Peyton Broughton is going to graduate transfer from EKU.  He's been with the program four years, but he sat out 2019-2020 with an injury and thus has two years of eligibility remaining with the COVID bonus year.  He was a good signee for us, but the combination of the injury and Cooper Robb transferring in really limited his court time this past season.  

Russhard Cruickshank, Jacquess Hobbs, and Cameron Carmical also went through senior night ceremonies.  I'll be interested to see if any more them return either to EKU our elsewhere.  With the departure of Broughton, Hobbs would be the last Dan McHale player remaining on the roster if he came back, but he doesn't figure to get a ton of minutes playing behind Wendell Green, Jr.
Football / OK, who do you want?
November 29, 2005, 08:12:40 PM
Let's have a little unofficial poll and see where we are standing. If you mark "other," please post who you would prefer.
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