Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky’s dance moves? Nebraska’s Tim Miles breaking down film of a practice? “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015” is back this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. ET and we have a few clips to preview the season debut. On the season premiere, fans learn how Kaminsky has emerged into one of the nation’s elite. The show also features Miles teaching his players in the film room. “I really think that we can cause some trouble,” Miles says, “when we get outr full team on the floor.” Watch the clip below. Also in Sunday’s show, we profile Maryland’s Melo Trimble, a standout
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart and web editor Sean Merriman got together and broke down which team has the advantage at every position in Monday's College Football Playoff National Championship.
If you’re following the Buckeyes to Dallas, you’ll want to tune in to see our studio shows live from the site of Monday’s CFP National Championship between Ohio State and Oregon. On Monday, the network also has scheduled a Buckeye Block – a full day of programming dedicated to Ohio State. Go Bucks! Saturday, Jan. 10 (all times ET) 4:30 PM: BTN Finale, from the Dallas Convention Center, with Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Howard Griffith and Glen Mason. If you miss it then, we’re replaying it at 8 PM and 11 PM. 9 PM: 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl: Ohio State vs.
BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart provides a look at the five most important players for Ohio State in its quest to beat Oregon and win the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship.
With Monday’s National Championship Game quickly approaching, our communications team sat down with BTN’s College Football Analysts Gerry DiNardo, Glen Mason, and Howard Griffith to find out their keys to the game. BTN will have a set in Dallas for both pregame, halftime and postgame coverage following a full Buckeye Block of Ohio State programming beginning at 8 AM ET Monday. BTN will replay Ohio State’s Sugar Bowl victory over Alabama on Saturday at 9 PM ET. Defense Defensively, what is the most difficult adjustment to make when facing Oregon’s up-tempo offense? Gerry DiNardo: There are two adjustments; the first
The hype continues to build for Monday night’s national championship game. No doubt, the play of the quarterbacks will play a big role in the outcome. Cleveland.com takes a look at how Oregon’s Marcus Mariota and Ohio State’s Cardale Jones stack up numbers-wise. On the subject of Ohio State, how good of a job has Urban Meyer done this year? It has to be one of the all-time best coaching jobs ever, right? The way Meyer has managed an injury-riddled quarterback spot and improved the defense has been remarkable. *** Who is Jim Harbaugh rooting for to win the national
During football and basketball games, BTN LiveBIG will spotlight notable examples of research, innovation and community service from around the conference. In-Game stories will provide more background on these features, and the opportunity to view the videos again. When Greg Michaud was a student at Michigan State University back in the mid-1980s, he studied the pioneering research in forensics being done at that time by MSU computer professor Dr. Anil Jain. Three decades later, Jain’s work is still influencing Michaud — only now he’s a captain and division director of forensic science operations for the Michigan State Police who regularly
There were two Big Ten men's basketball games on Thursday night. Catch up on all the action in this post!
Newborn babies at OSU’s Wexner Center will receive “One Down, One To Go!” blankets. Get the details in this post!
BTN.com's Tom Dienhart called up the coach of the only football team to beat Oregon this season in order to find out what needs to be done to berat the Ducks again. That coach's name will be a familiar one for Big Ten fans - it's Rich Rodriguez of the Arizona Wildcats.