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Georgetown sports return to radio
Georgetown College has a new partnership with Glicod Communications, a marketing-based company out of Louisville that will help the Tigers broaden their horizons as well as put GC athletics back on radio.

The deal with Glicod is for 30 games total this season, covering all football games with dates for men’s and women’s basketball to be decided later.

All football games will be heard on WCGW 770 AM in central and northern Kentucky and WFIA 94.7 FM in Louisville and most of Southern Indiana as radio-only broadcasts.

Some men’s and women’s basketball games will also be part of this radio deal, but exact games have not been determined yet.

“We are really excited about this deal with Glicod,” said GC director of athletics Brian Evans. “It is an opportunity to put us back on radio, which we’ve been away from for the past five years, and still stream an Internet audio broadcast to our larger fan base.”

Toledo picked to win
its division

The University of Toledo football team was picked to win the West Division of the Mid-American Conference this season.

The Rockets received 11 first-place votes in the poll, which was announced at the conference’s media day and determined by the league’s media members.

Franklin County graduate Logan Woodside is a sophomore quarterback for Toledo.

Ball State was picked to finish third in the West Division. Western Hills graduate Dylan Curry is a junior tight end for BSU.

Bowling Green was the media’s choice to win the MAC football championship game.

Ball State opens the season at home Aug. 30 against Colgate.

Toledo’s first game is at home Aug. 30 against New Hampshire.

Jackson
playing at Pikeville

Aaron Jackson, a 2013 graduate of Frankfort High School, is a member of the University of Pikeville football team.

Jackson transferred to Pikeville after a semester at Western Kentucky University.

In the Bears’ spring game, Jackson had five catches for 101 yards and was the top receiver in the game. He is expected to start for Pikeville at wide receiver.

The Bears open their season Aug. 28 at Bluefield (Va.).

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