BTN will dedicate eight hours of programming to cover the Early Signing Period on Wednesday with the B1G Football & Beyond: Signing Day Special airing from 9 a.m. ET to 5 p.m. ET. Mike Hall will handle hosting duties with analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith, and the trio will be joined by Midwest Football Recruiting Analyst for 247 Sports, Allen Trieu, as they provide an in-depth analysis of each school’s class. BTN reporters will be on-site at five schools including Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State and Purdue. Throughout the day, the crew will speak with an assortment of
“The equation of human worth with skin color was one of the most dangerous and long-lasting fallacies that humans have ever created. We live with that fallacy every day and it is now our responsibility to interrogate it and get rid of it.”
Bernadine Franks never lost sight of the promise she made to her mother.
Covering topics from civics to history to culture, students will have a fun and engaging platform to expand their Hoosier knowledge.
There are nine bowl games featuring a Big Ten team this season, starting with the Quick Lane Bowl (Minnesota vs. Georgia Tech) on Dec. 26 and ending with the Rose Bowl (Ohio State vs. Washington) on New Year's Day.
FOX Sports and the Big Ten Conference today announces it has named veteran media executive Francois McGillicuddy to the position of President, Big Ten Network (BTN). The announcement was made today by Eric Shanks, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Producer, FOX Sports and Jim Delany, Commissioner, Big Ten Conference. McGillicuddy will assume his new role in early 2019 and take over the day-to-day operations for BTN currently held by Mark Silverman, who was elevated in January 2018 to the position of President, National Networks, FOX Sports. BTN is a joint venture between FOX Sports and the Big Ten Conference. “Francois
The 2018 AP All-American team was released Monday, and 13 Big Ten stars earned first-, second- or third-team honors. Wisconsin's Jonathan Taylor and Beau Benzschawel and Purdue's Rondale Moore took home first-team honors to highlight the conference.
One had to like the Big Ten's chance to hoist the 2018 College Cup, what with the conference filling 75 percent of the field. Maryland made it happen, outlasting Akron, 1-0, in the final Sunday night.
Illinois and reigning national champ Nebraska advanced to the national semifinals with regional final wins Sunday. The Illini and Huskers face off in the second semifinal Thursday (9 p.m. ET) in Minneapolis.
Committed to advancing medical technology, the University of Minnesota rolls out the future of MRI.