The Big Ten and ESPN have announced the tip-off times and television network information for the 2015 ACC/Big Ten Challenge. See your team’s time and network information in this post. [ MORE: Ranking 2015 ACC/Big Ten Challenge games ] Monday, Nov. 30 Wake Forest at Rutgers, 7 p.m. (ESPNU) Clemson at Minnesota, 9 p.m. (ESPN2) Tuesday, Dec. 1 Michigan at NC State (7 p.m., ESPN2) Northwestern at Virginia Tech (7 p.m., ESPNU) Virginia at Ohio State (7:30 p.m., ESPN) Miami at Nebraska (9 p.m., ESPNU) Purdue at Pittsburgh (9 p.m., ESPN2) Maryland at North Carolina (9:30 p.m., ESPN) Wednesday, Dec.
Michigan Athletics released a new "tradition" highlight video, which features clips from former Wolverine greats.
Every season, it seems, there's a game that doesn't get the attention it deserves. What is that game in 2015? See the BTN.com team's picks inside.
Don't think rival Michigan is on Ohio State's mind when it hits the practice field? Think again. The Michigan-themed blocking sled inside is pretty good proof.
Automotive visionary Henry Ford could see the future. The founder of the Ford Motor Company understood how assembly-line production of vehicles would forever change the transportation landscape. Accordingly, he helped launch the first revolution in automotive mass production more than a century ago. But what would Ford think of auto developers at the University of Michigan who are now attempting to fill the roadways on campus with cars created from 3D printers? The sound you just heard might be the late Ford rolling over in his grave. “We actually work with the Ford Motor Company, so hopefully he’s more applauding
BTN’s annual summer football camp tour is back as we visit all 14 Big Ten training camps and count down the days to #KickoffOnBTN. Watch “BTN Live” weekdays at 6 p.m. ET for various camp coverages, and find the daily show on Facebook and Twitter. Also, follow BTN on social media for bonus coverage from the road, too. That includes: Pictures & videos on BTN’s Instagram page Camp updates via BTN’s Facebook page Camp reports from BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) Find us on Snapchat at bigtennetwork for stories from each stop Occasional live video reports from various stops via
There is plenty of hype surrounding the Michigan football program heading into the 2015 season. However, if you are in need of a little something extra to get you excited, we've got you covered!
CHICAGO – BTN kicks off its 2015 football coverage with the season debut of BTN Live on Monday, as the ninth annual football bus tour departs for all 14 Big Ten campuses. BTN Live, airing at 6 PM ET Monday through Friday and simulcast on select Fox Sports Radio affiliates, will include analysis and interviews from the various campuses over the duration of the bus tour. Complete tour details can be found on Facebook, Twitter and BTN.com. BTN Live throughout the month of August is presented by Culligan. Also included in BTN’s studio coverage this season is B1G Football and
Michigan Stadium is reducing its seating capacity in 2015, however it will remain the nation’s largest stadium. The athletic department announced Friday morning that the Big House’s new official capacity is 107,601, a decrease of 2,000. Penn State’s Beaver Stadium is the second-largest stadium with a capacity of 106,572. The iconic 88-year-old venue lowered seating capacity in an effort to increase its accessibility and configuration adjustments for major non-football events. ADA accessibility will be the biggest changes fans notice, as seats were eliminated to widen aisles and install hand railings around the entire bowl, with the exception of the student
Michigan held its media day Thursday, and Jim Harbaugh fielded a few questions from children in attendance. One question was about milk consumption. Watch it inside.