Wisconsin Spring Football Game TV Info

The Big Ten Network will stream Wisconsin’s spring football game live at 5 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 28, on both BTN2Go and the Big Ten Digital Network. BTN also will have highlights and analysis from that day’s Big Ten spring games on at 8 p.m. ET on B1G Tonight Spring Football Edition with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith. The Wisconsin game will be televised at 8pm ET on Sunday, April 29.

Jay Wilson and former Wisconsin wide receiver Brandon Williams will call the game. BTN’s spring football coverage includes the Big Ten Football Report every Tuesday night and B1G Tonight Spring Football Edition Saturday nights beginning April 14. BTN will offer a live television or internet broadcast for every Big Ten spring football game or final practice.

BTN2Go is a live 24/7 digital extension of the Big Ten Network that gives fans the ability to watch the network live wherever they are via computer, smartphone or tablet. Full online access to BTN2Go is available to subscribers of participating TV providers at no additional charge. As of March 23, Bright House Networks, Charter, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FiOS offer BTN2Go to their subscribers. For more information, go to BTN2Go.com

The Big Ten Digital Network, which is available via subscription, combines streaming audio and video content from games/events that are not televised live on BTN. Fans only looking for access to a single school’s content can subscribe to just that school on monthly and annual renewing terms. If you are not already a subscriber to the BTDN, go to video.btn.com/allaccess to subscribe to view the Wisconsin game.

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lloyd thorsbakken on 4/24/2012 @ 10:19pm EDT Said:

Please add a feature to your site to summarize all upcoming programming related to a particular school. I want to just click on a wisconsin icon and see all upcoming programming related to the badgers. Thanks!

    BTN.com staff on 4/25/2012 @ 11:04am EDT Said:

    Yep, we’re working on this and hope to have something up and running soon. Thanks again.

lloyd thorsbakken on 4/24/2012 @ 10:22pm EDT Said:

Please add more actual sporting events and less feature and analysis type programming. To keep costs down you could even have students at the home univerisity produce the event and do the announcing. Thanks!

    BTN.com staff on 4/25/2012 @ 11:03am EDT Said:

    Lloyd, we actual do this already and deliver hundreds of events online and on TV via our Student U program. Great idea, though. Thanks.