Friday, March 12, 2010

Big Ten Network Personality, Tim Doyle, is the new BRACKETOLOGIST!!!

As we get closer and closer to the 2nd round of the Cabrini Madness tournament, teams are really making a push to move on to the next round. For those who have not been following the Cabrini Madness tournament, Cabrini Madness is a FUNdraising tournament where teams consisting of students, volunteers, program leaders, and program supporters have teamed up to compete against each other by fundraising. The teams have been finding innovative and creative ways to advocate for the program to bring in some much needed resources. And to assist us with promoting this tournament idea, Tim Doyle, stopped by Cabrini Connections to star in the latest video.

Tim Doyle is a basketball legend in New York and starred at the famous Rucker Park, before going on to have an great college basketball career at St. John and then Northwestern University. Tim Doyle can now be seen as one of the many stars of the Big Ten Network, analyzing the biggest Big 10 basketball games and sharing his basketball IQ with the fans and viewers.

Tim took part in a series of Cabrini Madness promo videos that we have been putting together since the start of the tourney. Episode #5 "Cabrini Madness Bracketology with Tim Doyle" was shot yesterday afternoon and is making it world premiere TODAY!!!! Check out the WORLD PREMIERE OF "Cabrini Madness Bracketology with Tim Doyle"

Also take the time out to view the previous videos in the series:


Tutor Mentor Connections said...

I can't think of an event we've had over the past 20 years where so many students, volunteers, staff and friends work working together for such a common goal. Thank you to everyone who has been involved.

Dan Bassill
Cabrini Connections
Tutor/Mentor Connection

Anonymous said...

You have got to get rid of Tim Doyle. His immature chatter on the Big Ten Network and his goofy grin is very trying to Big Ten followers.

Tutor Mentor Connections said...

We were happy to have Tim volunteer to help us with our fund raiser. Thanks for visiting the blog. I hope you looked at the video, too.