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'''Scanner frequencies for NCAA [ Big Ten] Football games'''
Major sporting events such as NCAA Big Ten football games drawn thousands of fans to town for each home game.  These games provide great scanning opportunities as there is a wide variety of radio usage related to the games including stadium operations, parking, police, fire/ems, EOC, towing, shuttle buses, media, etc. This page serves to display the local trunked systems and frequencies where these game related operations occur on one single page.
This page is by no means complete and local listeners are encouraged to add or correct any of the information presented here. 
The University of Illinois information is complete but the rest is simply what could be ascertained by viewing the
forums, the  database, and other scanning websites.  Some information is just a suggested list of scanner
targets until more accurate radio usage can be determined.''
'''Memorial Stadium''' ([ link])
*[ MDICE TRS] TG 22503 "INCIDENT 4" METCAD Police Detail ''(which is simulcast on 453.250 on game days)''
*453.250 118.8 METCAD Ch 5 PD Events Detail (UIPD, Champaign PD, County Shf)
*[ Starcom21 TRS] TG 13020 "D10 DETAIL A" Illinois State Police Detail
*453.600 85.4 Football game parking/Golf Cart Shuttles (ch10)
*464.650 DCS047 Memorial Stadium Fireworks
*464.600 DCS532 Memorial Stadium Audio Techs
*464.625 DCS031 Memorial Stadium press-box to band leader (ch6)
*451.350 DCS071 Memorial Stadium Maintenance (ch1)
*451.450 DCS131 Illini Emergency Medical Services
*452.225 DCS115 Memorial Stadium Concessions (ch3)
*452.625 DCS043 Athletics Dept Guest Services (ch2)
*158.865 CSQ Illini Emergency Medical Service "talkabout" (Illini EMS carries both VHF and UHF radios)
*462.975 179.9 Arrow Ambulance Dispatch
*462.950 186.2 Pro Ambulance Dispatch
*154.265 CSQ Champaign-Urbana FD at the game
*155.340 210.7 MERCI (ambulance to hospital)
*155.340 186.2 MERCI (ambulance to hospital)
For additional information about scanning U of I football games, see this [ forum thread]<br/>
-For public safety at Memorial Stadium, CPD, UIPD, and the County Sheriff police agencies use the 453.250 (118.8)/[ MDICE TRS] TG 22503 while ISP D10 troopers use [ Starcom21] TG 13020. Fire operations are on 154.265 simplex (the FD units monitor 154.070 (131.8) with a pager though).  EMS operations are either by Arrow Ambulance on 462.975 (179.9) or Pro Ambulance 462.950 (186.2).  Illini EMS uses 451.450 (DCS 131) and occasionally 158.865 (CSQ).<br/>
Here are some helpful maps to view while monitoring U of I football games:
*[ Memorial Stadium map]
*[ Football parking map]
*[ Football traffic pattern]
[ forum thread about Scanning during Indiana University football games]
*A local scanner listener reports that radio usage will likely change next year as [ SAFE-T] usage will be more prevalent amongst public safety agencies covering the game, so follow the forums after the first home games in 2008 for the latest details.
Police use TG 1968 on the [ Iowa City Motorola TRS] which is cross-linked to 154.920 (source: [ Scaniowa Yahoo!Group]).  The old University of Iowa police channel 453.975 may or may not still be used on game days.  The University of Iowa is licensed for many 453 MHz frequencies so a quick search through them may find some game related activity.
[ University of Michigan Stadium LTR TRS]
[ University of Michigan System 800 MHz Motorola]
[ Ann Arbor-Washtenaw County TRS]
For state police, check the [ MPSCS statewide TRS]
University of Michigan Athletics
*460.45000  (203.5) Special Events
==Michigan State==
[ Ingham County UHF EDACS TRS]<br/>
*Police uses the TRI MUT TG 03-061  while fire/ems uses TRI TAC1 TG 03-062 ([ source: forums])
Athletics Department:
It wouldn't hurt to monitor the [ Michigan State University 800 MHz Motorola Type II TRS].  Special event parking is listed in the Radioreference database as being on 462.600 (162.2), {which interestingly is a [[General Mobile Radio Service|GRMS]] frequency}.
[ Metrodome frequencies link]
[ WPTR830]
* 153.740 MO
* 153.800 MO
* 153.965 MO
* 155.025 FB2
* 155.715 FB2
* 155.865 FB2
* 458.600 MO
[ Northwestern University 900 MHz Motorola TRS]<br/>
Ryan Field talkgroups:
Northwestern University PD is listed as using TG 144 for primary dispatch.
Other talkgroups related to the games include TG 400 and TG 336.
==Ohio State==
[ The Ohio State University 800 MHz Motorola Type II TRS]<br/>
Event talkgroups:
*TG 4208 is listed as OSU PD 7 special event talkgroup
Talkgroups on the [ Franklin County Communications Authority TRS] reported used 11/18/06 versus Michigan ([ source)]:
*All Fire was on Emergency Fireground (TG 13456)
*PD Events 3 (TG 10384) was used for campus
[ This thread] states that Columbus PD precinct 4 operates on 4E (TG  9648) for home football games and other special events.
[ One post] mentioned hearing 460.5625/465.5625 being used in 2003 or 2004.
Look for the Ohio State Patrol and possibly other users on the [ State of Ohio MARCS Statewide Motorola TRS]
At away games, WBNS 1460 AM's broadcast of the game can be heard on 450.550 MHz (156.7) {noted 11/4/06 in Champaign, IL}
==Penn State==
[ Pennsylvania State University 800 MHz Motorola Type II TRS]<br/>
System Frequencies:
*TG 752 is listed as parking during football games. 
Pennsylvania State Police were observed carrying M/A-COM portables at games in 2007 and the listener noted hearing less activity on their old VHF channels ([ Source: forum thread])
[ Tippecanoe County Public Safety 800 MHz Motorola TRS]
Public Safety Mutual Aid Talkgroups
Emergency Management Talkgroups
Purdue University Police Talkgroups
Purdue University Fire Talkgroups
Purdue University Services
*[ forum thread: Purdue Football Freq.]<br/>  From listener reports in that thread, "the Event channels, TEMA, etc. on System-1, and SAFE-T West Lafayette, for the Tippecanoe County State backup talkgroups, and "Copter 1", were all active. Occasional digital I-calls on Tippicanoe System-1.  From another thread, quoting ''[ kokomo1]'', "I did see some Purdue trainers for the team with bubble pack FRS/GMRS radios on their belts when they zipped past me" (Fall 2006).
Also consider monitoring [ Indiana SAFE-T Statewide TRS] for Indiana State Police.
W Lafayette site frequencies:
[ Madison Area Public Safety 800 MHz Motorola Type II TRS] <br/>
University of Wisconsin-Madison talkgroups:
[[Category:Location Specific Info]]
[[Category:Sports Events and Organizations]]

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