Saturday’s Maryland at Indiana game will begin at 1:30 p.m. ET on BTN2Go and a local BTN Extra Football Game Channel. Once BTN’s noon ET games conclude, you can turn to your main BTN channel, where BTN will join the Maryland at Indiana game in progress. While BTN provides all of its programming in HD to our video providers, not all of them offer Extra Channels in HD. For local channel listings and to find out if your provider offers Extra Football Game Channels, please visit www.BTN.com/GameFinder. BTN2Go is a digital extension of BTN that delivers live and on-demand programming
BTN/BTN2Go airs five Week 5 Big Ten football games, including three early contests. Use our GameFinder tool inside to find your game on your TV system, plus direct links to all five live streams on BTN2Go.
What should Big Ten football fans be looking for on Saturday? BTN.com web editor Sean Merriman has a rundown of the upcoming games and a recap of this week’s news leading up to the action.
As the Big Ten soccer season rolls on, Kevin Egan recaps the latest games from around the conference and talks with Penn State soccer coach Bob Warming. Get interactive with Kevin and follow “BTN Soccer Report” on Twitter: @BTNSoccerReport.
Like bold predictions? Of course, you do! Well, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart offers his Week 5 bold predictions and observations in this post.
What are the top Big Ten games that will shape division races? See our guy's answers inside!
From the best matchups to the best chance at an upset, BTN.com's Tom Dienhart covers it all as he looks ahead to Saturday's Week 5 action. Read the entire weekend preview and send him our Big Ten football questions for his mailbag at the bottom of his post.
Who wins Week 5 Big Ten games? See our team's picks and select your winners inside!
Tom Dienhart and Sean Merriman recently released their updated Big Ten Player Rankings, and Ameer Abdullah is No. 1 on both lists. See who else made their countdowns inside.
SI.com has a fun 16-team bracket featuring the best college basketball teams not to win a title. Four extremely talented Big Ten teams make the cut: 1975 Indiana (No. 2 seed); 1993 Michigan (No. 4); 2005 Illinois (No. 8); 2011 Ohio State (No. 16). [ MORE: SI.com: Vote for Big Ten teams in the bracket ] You can help a Big Ten team win the bracket. Vote here! For those who like to look ahead, here’s a good sign: Big Ten teams don’t meet up in any of the matchups, meaning all four could advance. The Elite Eight will be announced