From Court Street to Columbus, from WV to Kentucky and beyond, the Ohio IMG Sports Network is here to paint the picture of Bobcat Athletics. The goal is be the best radio network in the MAC and one of the best in the country. From the start of pregame through the end of the postgame show, and in all additional content, Ohio IMG strives to provide the best fans in the MAC the best "infotainment" broadcast content possible.
Frank Solich Show Dates
Mon, Oct 10
Mon, Oct 17
Mon, Oct 24
Mon, Oct 31
Thurs, Nov 17
Russ Eisenstein returns for his ninth season as the "Voice of the Bobcats."
Eisenstein's career has included stints with five universities, a minor league baseball team and an NBA organization.
His big break came when he spent two years as the studio host for the New Orleans Hornets when they were in Oklahoma City. He handled pregame, halftime, postgame, TV shows and talk shows. During his time in the NBA, he spent two summers calling minor league baseball for the Eugene Emeralds, the Short Season Class A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, and as a talk show host in Oklahoma City.
He left the Hornets to become the "Voice of the Idaho State Bengals" for the 2007 season.
Eisenstein also has handled the pre, half and postgame duties for Southern Illinois and Illinois State, play-by-play for baseball at both schools, and women's basketball at SIU. He's called Illinois Wesleyan football and baseball, and high school games in southern and central Illinois.
Eisenstein grew up in Bolingbrook, IL. He's a 2002 graduate of Southern Illinois University.
Rob Cornelius has been a part of the Ohio IMG Sports Network since 1997, first on-air as Football sideline reporter in the 1999 season while an undergrad at Ohio. He produced the Bobcat/GTN Television Package in 2007-08 and now serves as color analyst for football and men's hoops radio broadcasts.
Between stints on the network, he covered the MAC for the Parkersburg News, Adidas Blue Ribbon Annual, WYLI-AM and WTAP-TV in Parkersburg. When he's not with the Green & White, Cornelius produces regionally televised basketball & football games, writes columns for the State Journal (W.Va.), and manages political polling & campaigns.