In-game highlights via Twitter

In the fast-paced world of sports and social media, BTN.com now offers in-game Big Ten highlights on Twitter. When a big play happens or a memorable moment occurs, BTN.com editors will post and share the video in a matter of minutes.

Let’s roll through how to do this with a short Q&A.

Q: OK, so I’m on social media. How do I get those highlights?

A: We produce instant video highlights during Big Ten home games. That means our team of editors watches all of the live action, spots key plays and moments, and then clips and posts them to Twitter.

Follow the Big Ten Network on Twitter (@BigTenNetwork) during any game but especially on football Saturdays. That account will share the best plays from around the conference. If you’re looking for even more highlights from specific Big Ten schools, follow our individual Twitter accounts below.

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Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

Follow @BTN_Illinois
Follow @BTN_Indiana
Follow @BTN_Iowa
Follow @BTN_Maryland
Follow @BTN_Michigan
Follow @BTN_Michigan_St
Follow @BTN_Minnesota
Follow @BTN_NU
Follow @BTN_Nebraska
Follow @BTN_Ohio_State
Follow @BTN_Penn_State
Follow @BTN_Purdue
Follow @BTN_Rutgers
Follow @BTN_Wisconsin

Here’s an example of a BTN tweet with an in-game highlight in it:

You can also embed our videos if you want them for a website. Go to this page, find the clip you want, and grab the embed code. It will look like this:

Our writers also tweet out live updates, as well as video clips. They can be followed at:

We’re also starting to test out other sports. Looking for Big ten volleyball highlights during matches? Follow @BTNVolleyball. Find even more BTN names to follow over here.

Don’t forget that you can watch games on your tablet and smartphone on our BTN2Go App. BTN2Go is a 24/7 online video stream of the Big Ten Network, including live games. You can download it in the Apple app store, or visit the website at BTN2Go.com. Remember: You can watch live BTN games on the app. If your football game airs on another network, you can watch it on demand later on.

Here are few other handy links: Big Ten scoreboard, Big Ten team schedules, Big Ten rosters

Q: If there are two Big Ten games on at the same time, how do I find out which channel number the game I want to watch is on?

A: Aha! Use the form below.

The BTN GameFinder page is always available and information is updated early on each week. If your game is not listed, it’s on another TV network.