Big Ten fans, plan ahead with our TV GameFinder

With so much football happening across the Big Ten Conference in the early weeks of the season, it’s a good idea to plan ahead and find out where your game will appear on TV. So allow us to introduce you once again to the BTN TV GameFinder.  Avoid the rush and panic on Saturday. Use GameFinder below in this post, but if you prefer to bookmark it for future weeks, you can do that, too.

These “extra” channels are part-time channels that the Big Ten Network provides to cable, satellite and telco systems which allow the network to offer multiple football games simultaneously to viewers. You probably never even notice them except on game days. The “Extra Football Game Channels” are only available to BTN during the 13 football Saturdays of the season because of capacity issues with our cable and satellite providers. Get more info on extra football game channels right here.

Do you get these channels?  The GameFinder application above should tell you. Again, enter your zip code above.

For TV info on all Big Ten games, use our Big Ten football scoreboard. You can also read answers to all of our frequently asked questions on our FAQ page.


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gavin on 9/28/2012 @ 5:13pm EDT Said:

I live in New London, Wisconsin area code 54961 with charter cable. How can I get the Gopher VS Iowa game staff on 9/28/2012 @ 9:49pm EDT Said:

    Gavin, that game is on ESPN2.

bitguru on 8/26/2013 @ 9:15pm EDT Said:

I see GameFinder for Thurday the 29th. How do I see Saturday the 31st? staff on 8/27/2013 @ 2:44pm EDT Said:

    We’ll flow more information for the rest of the games in there as we nail it down. No ETA right now, but it will be before the games. Thanks for the note.

john weibel on 8/31/2013 @ 12:16pm EDT Said:

Cox Communication in Phoenix no longer offers the “overflow” channel as of April ’13. channel 320/1320 (HD) is the only one available.