On Wednesday night’s #BTNLive, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson and Michigan State star linebacker Max Bullough joined the show to preview Week 1 of the Big Ten football season. Wilson and the Hoosiers host Indiana State at 7 p.m. ET Thursday, while Bullough and the Spartans entertain Western Michigan at 8 p.m. ET Friday. Both games are on BTN/BTN2Go. Watch both interviews in this post.
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Did you miss something while you stepped away from your computer? We’re tracking some of the best Big Ten social media happenings and posting them all right here. Check out today’s edition, including a video of a Michigan recruit’s incredible touchdown run.
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In case you didn’t hear, the 2013-14 men’s basketball conference schedule was released Wednesday. In a conference as strong as the Big Ten is expected to be, there are several can’t-miss games. Like, Purdue hosting rival Indiana with revenge on its mind for last year’s blowout losses. Or, Nebraska opening up Pinnacle Bank Arena against reigning national runner-up Michigan. The list goes on.
Big Ten schools can now show an unlimited number of replays on football stadium videoboards, as recently approved by conference administrators. The enhanced replay program occurred as part of a broader discussion by the Big Ten Football Gameday Experience Subcommittee in an effort to supplement the in-stadium experience.
The Big Ten announced its 2013-14 men’s basketball conference schedule Wednesday afternoon, and there will be at least 49 games televised by CBS Sports or an ESPN Network. Remaining network assignments will be announced at a later date.
One day. That’s all that stands between us and the start of Big Ten football. Indiana (Indiana State) and Minnesota (UNLV) get things started for the Big Ten on Thursday on BTN/BTN2Go. To help count down the days to kickoff, BTN.com has been ranking the top 25 players. Well, we’ve reached No. 1. Hope you enjoyed the countdown!
Indiana is one of two Big Ten teams that opens the season on Thursday (Minnesota is the other). And, it could be a big season in Bloomington. How big? Well, it’s bowl game or bust for Indiana—so says, Indianapolis Star columnist Bob Kravitz.