Notebook: Harris to spend Wednesday at ESPN

From radio to TV to online, Al Harris will get plenty of air time. Also coach, Mike McCarthy and the Packers make $100,000 donation to his alma mater.

It will be all Al Harris, all the time on ESPN on Wednesday.

The Pro Bowl Packers cornerback will be in Bristol, Conn., for several apparances, starting with "First Take" on ESPN2 at 10 a.m. From there, he'll be on "The Herd" on ESPN Radio at 10:30 a.m., at noon; ESPNews' "Hot List" at 12:35 p.m., the "Tirico and Van Pelt" show on ESPN Radio at 1 p.m. and "NFL Live" on ESPN at 3 p.m.

No doubt, Harris' thoughts about Aaron Rodgers' comments will be a topic of conversation.

McCarthy, Packers donate to Baker University

The Packers and coach Mike McCarthy have partnered to make a $100,000 donation to Baker University in Baldwin City, Kan.

McCarthy earned a degree in business administration from the school and was an all-conference tight end and senior captain in 1986, helping lead the Wildcats to an NAIA Division II national runner-up finish. He was inducted to the school's hall of fame on Oct. 20.

"I'm very excited to make this donation to Baker University," McCarthy said. "The university made a positive impact on me that continues today. It's a great learning environment, from the classroom to the athletic programs. Much of my success in my career I owe to what I learned and took from my experiences there. It's an honor to be able to give back to the school and support it in a very meaningful way. I also appreciate the Packers organization in joining me."

Some of the money will be used for a scholarship specifically for a junior-college athlete, which McCarthy was when he arrived at Baker. Other portions of the money will go to current scholarship funding as well as improvements to the football program and facility.

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