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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.
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.
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.
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.
BTN will provide extensive coverage of the 2014 Big Ten fall championships and tournaments.
BTN Plus will provide live coverage of Michigan State’s “Midnight Madness” and Indiana’s “Hoosier Hysteria” events tonight and Saturday, respectively.
BTN Originals debuts “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2014” at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Additional experts and nightly coverage in place for 2014-15 Big Ten basketball season.
BTN Originals debuts “Unbeaten: The Life of Brook Berringer” Saturday, Oct. 18
BTN2Go, the digital extension of the Big Ten Network, has been redesigned to deliver live games and on-demand programming to BTN subscribers on an improved platform.
BTN announces most extensive women’s basketball coverage in network history.
BTN will televise 27 men’s hockey games, including the Hockey City Classic at Soldier Field in Chicago, and the entire Big Ten Hockey Tournament.
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BTN is now available on expanded basic level of service to all Pennsylvania subscribers of Adams Cable Service.
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BTN will televise a record number of men’s conference basketball games this season. The slate features 77 conference matchups, including 10 straight weeks of “Super Wednesdays” and five Big Ten Tournament games for the first time in BTN history.
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Saturday night’s thriller between Penn State and Rutgers was the highest-rated college football game in the New York and Philadelphia DMAs
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BTN’s morning and evening shows to originate live from High Point Solutions Stadium when renewed East Coast rivals Penn State and Rutgers clash this Saturday night on BTN for the first time since 1995.
It’s the nation’s strongest women’s volleyball conference, and we’ll have it covered better than anyone. View BTN/BTN2Go’s schedule for the 2014 volleyball season.
CHICAGO – With BTN’s eighth annual football bus tour hitting the road, the network kicks off its football coverage with the season debut of BTN Live on Monday.
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CHICAGO – BTN is welcoming Rutgers University to the conference in a B1G way, adding Rutgers experts to its on-air roster and planning a full day of programming dedicated to Rutgers Athletics.
CHICAGO – BTN is welcoming the University of Maryland to the conference in a B1G way, adding Maryland experts to its on-air roster and planning a full day of programming dedicated to Maryland Athletics.
CHICAGO – BTN and BTN2Go will provide more than five hours of live coverage of Big Ten Football Media Days, beginning at 10:30 a.m ET Monday. Coverage includes the press conferences of all 14 Big Ten head football coaches and remarks from BTN President Mark Silverman, Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany and College Football Playoff Chief Operating Officer Michael Kelly. The press conferences and remarks will re-air beginning at 7 p.m. ET that evening.