The initial Big Ten women’s soccer honors were released Monday, and a trio of deserving ladies were honored from the season’s opening week. Penn State sophomore Maya Hayes took home the Offensive Player of the Week award after scoring three goals this past week.
On Monday’s show we featured a Bret Bielema talkback discussing Russell Wilson, what it will take to win the Leaders division and Thursday night’s kickoff against UNLV. We also welcomed the new guys:Nebraska, Fickell, Hoke, Kill and (Kevin) Wilson. Plus, we asked Who Ya Got? And the the guys took a look around the conference to compare how some people spent their summer vacation, including Ron Zook, Jared Sullinger and Delvon Roe.
Nebraska officially joined the Big Ten Conference this summer and here’s an updated Q&A describing just how Nebraska fans can watch a whole bunch of Huskers football on the BTN.
Spartans Football alum John Shinsky attributes his success to the support he received from his adoptive family. Watch now and learn how John is providing the same support for the children living at the orphanage he founded in Mexico, The City of the Children.
CHICAGO – Hall of Fame sports broadcaster Keith Jackson and former Michigan football star Dhani Jones will host shows on BTN this fall as part of the network’s “Football Fix” programming block, which includes new shows every weeknight beginning at 7 PM ET.
Michigan Stadium isn’t the only iconic Big Ten football stadium introducing new features for the 2011 football season. Penn State’s Beaver Stadium added several significant upgrades, including a new entry gate (Gate F) and eight new restroom facilities. The improvements began immediately following the 2010 season and were completed in two phases, according to the school. Watch a tour of the new additions here.
What if Nebraska had been a Big Ten Conference member for the past 15 seasons and the 12 schools competed in two six-team divisions for a decade and a half? BTN.com partnered with WhatIfSports and Narrative Science to simulate those mythical Big Ten Conference football seasons. Below is the 2010 season. Click here for the other seasons.
Find out more about: WhatIfSports 2011