Campus Clips: John A. Logan College (Ill.) Begins Streaming Live Games; Sports Illustrated Teams with iHigh

Compiled by Brandon Costa, Senior Editor, Sports Video Group

John A. Logan College, an Illinois community college, has taken a bold step forward in promoting its sports programs this fall with the implementation of live video streaming of sporting events. According to The Southern, student intern Jonathan LeBlond first brought up the idea to JALC journalism instructor Matt Garrison last spring. LeBlond is using a Canon XH-A1 camera, which allows him to convert the event directly to UStream…

…, a high school sports digital video service, and Sports Illustrated announced a partnership that will allow the two organizations to partner on promotions and content.  Special high school sports promotions, live “Games of the Week”, and other content will be featured on iHigh and, the magazine’s sports news website…

… Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi said Ohio State doctored the game film it was required to send to MSU before Saturday’s game. Narduzzi indicated that MSU complained to the Big Ten, but MSU associate athletics director John Lewandowski said MSU athletics director Mark Hollis and Ohio State athletics director Gene Smith settled the issue between them, with no Big Ten involvement. Narduzzi told the Detroit Free Press that Ohio State cut off pre-snap motions and shifts before plays on film of its four games prior to Saturday’s 17-16 OSU win at Spartan Stadium.

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