Southland Football Television Announced for Final Week of Regular Season

first_imgFive Southland schools will be playing on Saturday, Nov. 23. Sam Houston State will host Houston Baptist for a noon showdown, while McNeese visits Lamar in a Battle of the Border contest at 3:30 p.m. CT. Abilene Christian closes its regular season Saturday with a non-conference match-up at Mississippi State. That game will be available on SEC Network+ beginning at 6:30 p.m. CT. The Southland Game of the Week will be held on Friday, Nov. 22, as Central Arkansas visits UIW for a 6:30 p.m. contest in San Antonio. FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and its television partners have revealed football game selections and start times for Week 13 contests on Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 21-23.The final Thursday night of the regular season puts the River Bell Classic trophy on the line when Southeastern Louisiana hosts Nicholls for a 6 p.m. kick. The game will be carried regionally by Cox Sports Television, while ESPN+ will simulcast the production outside CST’s territory. Entering the final two weeks of the regular season, there is a four-way tie atop the Southland standings as Central Arkansas, Nicholls, Sam Houston State and Southeastern Louisiana have all compiled a 5-2 mark in league play. McNeese is one game behind at 4-3 and could still claim a share of the conference title. Week 12 television selections were announced last week. *Southland Conference Game**All Times Central Saturday, November 23* Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State, 12 p.m., ESPN+* McNeese at Lamar, 3 p.m., ESPN3Abilene Christian at Mississippi State, 6:30 p.m., SEC Network+ ESPN+ is an integrated part of the ESPN App, the leading sports app and the premier all-in-one digital sports platform for fans. The ESPN App is a showcase of the company’s culture of innovation, delivering a rich, personalized experience that curates all of ESPN’s incredible content around each fan’s individual tastes. ESPN+ is also available through ESPN.com.center_img About ESPN+ Friday, November 22* Central Arkansas at UIW, 6:30 p.m., ESPN+ Programming on ESPN+ includes hundreds of MLB, NHL and MLS games, thousands of college sports events (including football, basketball and multiple other sports from more than 15 conferences), exclusive Top Rank boxing, UFC (beginning in 2019), Grand Slam tennis, international and domestic rugby, cricket, new and exclusive documentary films and series, acclaimed studio shows and the full library of ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 films. Fans subscribe to ESPN+ for $4.99 a month (or $49.99 per year) and cancel at any time. Thursday, November 21* Nicholls at Southeastern Louisiana, 6 p.m., CST/ESPN+ ESPN+ is the premium multi-sport, direct-to-consumer video service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment in conjunction with ESPN. It offers fans thousands of additional live events, on-demand content and original programming not available on ESPN’s linear TV or digital networks.last_img read more

Charity choices

first_imgIt was a sweet act of charity. But why can’t the Children’s Museum can’t get some, too? The museum has been plagued by money problems throughout its development. And now officials say sluggish fundraising could put off the planned opening until as late as spring 2008. Why doesn’t the plight of this important cultural gem stir the same sort of generosity as Holzer’s sad tale? Perhaps it’s because personal stories touch people more than institutional ones. But the lives of thousands of individual kids will be greatly enriched when the museum is built, and that ought to stir enough generosity in us to raise final donations to finish this project once and for all. WHAT does the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles have to do to get people to open up their wallets so the project can finally open? Put a dog in a freezer? Not to suggest that any of the people raising funds to finish the museum home at Hansen Dam would ever consider engaging in animal cruelty, of course. But it’s curious to note what moves people to give to good causes – and what doesn’t. An example of the former is the story of Kimberly Holzer’s unfortunate Chihuahua, Roxy, who nearly died after burglars stuck her in a freezer while cleaning out Holzer’s Lancaster home. Holzer’s having to endure such a hardship – while she’s pregnant with twins and her husband is serving in Afghanistan – touched sheriff’s station employees so much that they donated $800 and a bag of dog toys to help her back on her feet. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more