CHICAGO – For the eighth consecutive year, BTN will televise seven winter Big Ten Championships, including wrestling, men’s and women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s indoor track & field and men’s and women’s gymnastics. Coverage begins at 9 AM ET on Sunday, Feb. 22, with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships from Ohio State. The Big Ten Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships will air at 11:30 AM ET on Sunday, March 1, from Iowa. Coverage continues at 10:30 AM ET on Sunday, March 8, with the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships. Both
BTN continues its coverage of Big Ten men’s and women’s gymnastics at noon Saturday with the telecast of the men’s dual between Ohio State and Penn State. In all BTN is televising 11 gymnastics events in 2015. In addition, the network returns four-time Olympic and six-time National Champion Shawn Johnson for her second year as a BTN analyst. Johnson took the nation by storm during the 2008 Summer Olympics, when she captured four medals, including gold on the balance beam and three silver medals in the team, all-around and floor exercise events. She is the 2007 Individual World Champion in
BTN will have exclusive, live coverage of the celebration of Ohio State’s National Championship on Saturday. The network’s coverage will run from 10:30 a.m.-noon ET,
Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky’s dance moves? Nebraska’s Tim Miles breaking down film of a practice? “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015” is back this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. ET and we have a few clips to preview the season debut. On the season premiere, fans learn how Kaminsky has emerged into one of the nation’s elite. The show also features Miles teaching his players in the film room. “I really think that we can cause some trouble,” Miles says, “when we get outr full team on the floor.” Watch the clip below. Also in Sunday’s show, we profile Maryland’s Melo Trimble, a standout
If you’re following the Buckeyes to Dallas, you’ll want to tune in to see our studio shows live from the site of Monday’s CFP National Championship between Ohio State and Oregon. On Monday, the network also has scheduled a Buckeye Block – a full day of programming dedicated to Ohio State. Go Bucks! Saturday, Jan. 10 (all times ET) 4:30 PM: BTN Finale, from the Dallas Convention Center, with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Glen Mason. If you miss it then, we’re replaying it at 8 PM and 11 PM. 9 PM: 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl: Ohio State vs.
With Monday’s National Championship Game quickly approaching, our communications team sat down with BTN’s College Football Analysts Gerry DiNardo, Glen Mason, and Howard Griffith to find out their keys to the game. BTN will have a set in Dallas for both pregame, halftime and postgame coverage following a full Buckeye Block of Ohio State programming beginning at 8 AM ET Monday. BTN will replay Ohio State’s Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama on Saturday at 9 PM ET. Defense Defensively, what is the most difficult adjustment to make when facing Oregon’s up-tempo offense? Gerry DiNardo: There are two adjustments; the first
The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015 debuts at 10:30 PM ET Sunday, immediately following the Illinois at Nebraska men’s basketball game.
BTN will provide extensive on-site coverage surrounding the College Football Playoff National Championship between Ohio State and Oregon.
BTN's basketball coverage boasts its most-ever original programming with the addition of A Taste of Coaching with Seth Davis. The six- episode series will debut Jan. 4.
CHICAGO – BTN will provide extensive coverage surrounding the College Football Playoff Semifinal matchup between Ohio State and Alabama in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. BTN kicks off the New Year at 11 AM ET with live segments from New Orleans featuring Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Glen Mason with the BTN Football Pregame: Bowl Edition. The analysts will preview the Sugar Bowl matchup between Ohio State and Alabama. Anchoring BTN’s New Year’s Day bowl game coverage from its Chicago studios are Rick Pizzo, Mike Hall, Stanley Jackson, and Chuck Long. Prior to Thursday night’s Sugar Bowl kickoff, the