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
BTN2Go will provide live coverage of four First Round matches, and live coverage of Second Round matches if Wisconsin, Penn State, Illinois and/or Nebraska advance.
BTN will provide extensive coverage surrounding the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis this weekend, when Wisconsin takes on Ohio State.
BTN will present the exclusive, live announcement of both coaches’ and media All-Big Ten teams, as well as several Big Ten football awards during the BTN Live: All-Conference Selection Show at 6 PM ET tonight.
BTN had its highest viewership in its history last Saturday. This Saturday, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will travel to the Minnesota-Wisconsin game.
CHICAGO – BTN on Saturday had the highest viewership in its history, with three football and two men’s basketball games contributing to the record day. Saturday’s noon ET games, which featured Indiana at Ohio State and Rutgers at Michigan State, averaged a 3.0 HH rating in the network’s 12 metered markets.* Most notably, the games in Columbus earned a 27.0 HH rating, in Dayton, 13.9, Cleveland, 12.1 and in Detroit, 6.5. BTN’s afternoon game, Maryland at Michigan, delivered a 2.0 HH rating, with Detroit leading all the network’s metered markets with a 10.3 HH rating, followed by Columbus at 9.5.
CHICAGO – With the Big Ten seeking its ninth-straight national championship, BTN’s 2014-15 wrestling coverage, presented by returning sponsor Cliff Keen Athletic, will be the most extensive in network history. “With Big Ten programs consistently among the nation’s best, fans will see a lot of high-quality wrestling on BTN,” said BTN President Mark Silverman. “Each week will feature an extremely competitive matchup.” The television schedule includes a dual between Penn State and Iowa, winners of the past seven national titles; the Midlands Championships hosted by Northwestern; the semifinals and finals of the NWCA National Duals at Iowa; and live coverage
If you’re a fan of the Wisconsin Badgers, tonight would be a good night to rearrange your schedule, come in out of the cold and keep an eye on BTN. At 9 ET/8CT, Wisconsin men’s basketball takes on UW-Green Bay. Following the game, this week’s edition of The Journey: Big Ten Football features a segment on the friendship between two of the Big Ten’s best running backs, Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon and Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah, along with game highlights from last Saturday’s UW win. Finally, at 11:30 ET/10:30 CT, you can relive that game all over again – in a fraction