Nebraska plays at Indiana at 7 p.m. ET while Purdue plays at Illinois at 9 p.m. It all starts with our “Big Ten Tip-Off Show” at 6:30 p.m.
How do you use BTN Connect?
It’s simple. Just click over to there now and poke around. We have pages for each school and the topics that are trending for each school. Look at the right rail o your school page.
Do I need to be on Twitter to use it?
No, not at all. But if you are, you can participate by adding your tweets to the conversation and getting your questions and comments submitted to our #AskBTN section. When any member of our team replies to your tweet, it will appear there as a Q&A. But you also just sit back and take it all in.
What’s a tweet map?
We like these. BTN.com Connect constantly scours the Twitterverse for the most recent tweets about each Big Ten school. If your tweet contains location info and you school’s hash tag, it could appear. Jump right to your school’s connect page using these links, too.
I’m a fan of my school and my school only. I just want to see talk about my school
We get it. We are constantly flowing tweets into our school Connect pages as fans talk up their teams and topics. Here are the various hash tags we use to follow your school’s conversations. #Illini, #Hoosiers, #Hawkeyes, #Michigan, #Spartans, #Gophers, #Huskers, #Northwestern, #Buckeyes, #PennState, #Purdue, #Badgers.
How do those photos appear at the bottom of the page?
Right. Big Ten fan photos using the hash tag #B1G come to our inbox, and we pick the best ones. Go to BTN Connect’s home page and scroll down to see our latest favorites. Want to submit a photo for consideration? Tweet it on in.
What’s the “Media” section on my school page?
These are tweets from the various writers and experts covering your school so it’s easy to see their updates in one place.
Find out more about BTN’s and the Big Ten Conference’s various social media efforts on our social media info page