Purdue quarterback David Blough had the honor of delivering the 2017 Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon speech on Tuesday afternoon, and he didn’t disappoint. The five-minute speech, which focused on football teaching life, resulted in a standing ovation.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart shadowed new Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck's first Big Ten media days, from an early morning run to the end of fan fest Tuesday. Relive all of the fun inside.
Working on your passing game just got a whole lot smarter.
Day 1 of Big Ten media days came and went Monday, and here are several news and notes as we prepare for Tuesday's festivities.
CHICAGO — Kevin Wilson wasn’t at Big Ten media days, but he was a hot topic. Why not? The new Ohio State offensive coordinator may be the most important assistant coach in the Big Ten in 2017. Wilson was hired by Urban Meyer in the offseason to get the Buckeye offense back on track. And, in the process, get Ohio State back on top in the Big Ten. It’s hoped Wilson can restore the roar an offense that has lost its edge since coordinator Tom Herman left to coach Houston after a run to the 2014 national championship. Ed Warinner
From Flossies to fatigues, Maryland nurses have seen it all.
As the Big Ten Network prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary in August, BTN president Mark Silverman today announced what lies ahead of the network at Big Ten Football media days. BTN Programming BTN Tailgate, BTN’s on-campus college football pregame show, will return for its second season and expand to two hours, now airing from 10 a.m. ET to noon ET. Analyst Stanley Jackson will join the crew of Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Spice Adams for 10 shows to serve as the home for Big Ten football fans this fall. Big Ten Elite: 2016 Penn State Football will debut
How the school weathered a stormy decade.
Native American students get a taste of Hawkeye life.
A very special guest joined BTN's Take Ten Podcast as Alex Roux sat down with legendary former Illinois head coach Lou Henson for an in-person interview.
There are only a few days left to register for the summer race that turns Chicago into a Big Ten tailgate party. RAM Racing will be partnering with BTN to produce the sixth annual BTN Big 10K, presented by MB Financial Bank, on Sunday, July 23, in Grant Park. New this year, finishers can pick their favorite school-specific Big Ten medal after completing the race. Additionally, Big Ten school-specific shirts are back in 2017. Penn State football standout, retired Chicago Bear and social media sensation Anthony “Spice” Adams will serve as this year’s grand marshal and Special Olympics Chicago will