Fans from Penn State and Ohio State ask Dave, Glen, Gerry and Howard questions about their football team as Penn State gears up for Alabama, and Ohio State gets set to face Toledo. Check back next week to see what other questions Big Ten fans come up with!
“BTN Live” answered the call of the fans with the debut of “ReJoice Mail”. Did you call and leave a message about your team? Watch the video montage to see if your message was used and check back again next week.
Our TV production team has crafted several feature stories for this weekend as part of our observance of the tenth anniversary of 9/11. One of these features airs Friday night on the Big Ten Football Report” at 7 p.m. and here’s an advance clip of Illinois DB Trulon Henry.
BTN Live” is about to debut live tonight and we’re looking forward to including viewer feedback like never before. Let’s count the ways. You can comment on our BTN Facebook page or tweet directly at the show @BTNLive. You can vote in our weekly polls and you can call the show at (319) BIGTEN-1 and record an audio message that could be included in the show each week. While you’re waiting for the show to air, listen to our Web-only Week 2 podcast right here.
Last week on the debut of Step Into My Office, our Mike Hall sat down with Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio. On this week’s installment of the show Hall takes you behind the scenes with Nebraska’s Bo Pelini tonight at 10 p.m. ET. Hall, who can be found on Twitter @BTNMikeHall, filed a few bonus Web-only video clips from his visit to Lincoln. He also wrote a little about what it was like to hang with Pelini.
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Four new head football coaches, including first-time coaches Kevin Wilson (Indiana) and Luke Fickell (Ohio State), made their Big Ten debuts in Week 1. Who had the most impressive first game? Was it Fickell, who became the first Ohio State coach to record a shutout in his debut since Woody Hayes? Was it Jerry Kill, who nearly led the Gophers to a win over USC at the Coliseum? Or was it Brady Hoke, who helped Michigan put away Western Michigan? Watch now as BTN analysts Gerry DiNardo and Chris Martin offer up their selections.
For the fifth consecutive season, every regular-season Big Ten men’s hoops conference game will be nationally televised. On Wednesday, the Big Ten office released that BTN will air 64 men’s conference games, to go along with what CBS and ESPN will carry. All together, it means Big Ten fans can once again catch every Big Ten game. See the entire schedule inside and get Brent Yarina’s top 5 Big Ten games.
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