If you’re active on Twitter, you know about Twitter’s Mirror. It’s a fun experience that shows up at big events across the entertainment and sports industry. Photo subjects can even autograph their own pictures before they tweet them. We rolled the Twitter Mirror out on the first day of Big Ten Football Media Days, and we got some great shots. Find some of them them in this post and then follow @BigTenNetwork and see them all on Twitter today for more pictures of Big Ten football players and coaches. Have a look at a few of Thursday’s top shots.
Big Ten football media days is here, and that means football season is just around the corner. As BTN.com does every year before the annual summer event in Chicago, we wanted to share our preseason All-Big Ten team.
So awesome seeing this unfold today. #Titans RB David Cobb meeting his idol Eddie George @dcobb27 @eddiegeorge2727 A video posted by Audra Martin (@audra.martin) on Jul 28, 2015 at 3:58pm PDT David Cobb and Eddie George have a few things in common. [ MORE: Like this story? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] They both played running back, while wearing No. 27, in the Big Ten, and they both were drafted by the Tennessee Titans franchise. On Tuesday, Cobb, the former Minnesota running back, met George, his idol and the 1995 Heisman Trophy winner. Watch the meeting of
A new college football season is about to start. Before your Big Ten team kicks things off, here's a look at all of the number changes since last fall.
One of the tougher stats to predict every season is interceptions. [ MORE: Sacks leader? | Get all of our preseason coverage ] Consider this: Former Michigan CB Blake Countess followed up his 2013-leading six-interception campaign with zero picks last season. Or this: Darqueze Dennard, a first-round pick in 2014, finished two off the pace in his final season, and Trae Waynes, a first-round pick in 2015, finished three off the pace last season. Who will lead the Big Ten in interceptions this fall? See what our BTN.com team says below: INTERCEPTIONS 2014 leader: William Likely, CB, Maryland & Ohio
The Big Ten will hold its annual media days this Thursday and Friday. Writers, broadcasters, pundits and fans will descend on Chicago. And here is a look at 10 storylines that figure to emerge.
We're doing Big Ten media days bigger and better than ever before. BTN/BTN2Go will provide more than 13 hours of live coverage, more than double last year’s total, at the 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon.
He’s usually one of the most popular people on campus—but you may not even know his name: He’s the backup quarterback. And, he could hold the key to your team’s season.
Every media day, writers arrive in Chicago with no shortage of questions. For fun, and in anticipation of the event Thursday and Friday, I sat down and jotted down some of the first queries that came to mind. Here are 50 vexing questions to ponder at Big Ten media days: 1. How will the Buckeyes deal with being the hunted?2. Is Michigan’s offensive finally good? 3. Who will emerge at receiver for Maryland? 4. Who will start under center for Ohio State? 5. Can Northwestern reverse a disturbing two-year 5-7 funk? 6. Is the Indiana defense ready to show some
It’s time for my top 10 Big Ten league games. [ MORE: Get all of our preseason Big Ten football coverage ] Did you miss the first two installments of this three-part series? If so, here’s 56-31 and 30-11. Now for those top 10 games: 10. Minnesota at Ohio State, Nov. 7. A Big Ten title game preview? Perhaps. Since 1969, Ohio State has lost just twice to Minnesota (1981 and 2000). The Buckeyes won, 31-24, in the Twin Cities last season. 9. Iowa at Wisconsin, Oct. 3. The Hawkeyes have lost the last three games—and five of the last