When it comes to traveling, Jim Delany is the best. The Big Ten commissioner hitched a ride on the BTN bus during the first three stops—Indiana, Ohio State and Penn State–of our tour of training camps.
For a change, people are excited about Nebraska basketball. It’s easy to see why, too, what with Tim Miles’ track record and gregarious personality, and a young nucleus headlined by sophomore Shavon Shields. And then there’s the state-of-the-art Pinnacle Bank Arena, Nebraska’s new $179 million home this winter.
Nebraska gave backup quarterback Ron Kellogg III a video camera to capture the sights and sounds of the football team’s Huskers Fan Day on Friday. There was a lot of action at Memorial Stadium, and the senior captured as much of it as he could. He even had starting quarterback Taylor Martinez autograph his hand.
The 2013 BTN football tour has hit the road. Our team left our Chicago studio today for Bloomington, Ind, the first of its 12 stops across Big Ten country. The trip runs through Aug. 20, ending in Iowa City, Iowa. Which Big Ten stars are featured on the bus this year? Check out the Vine video in this post for the answer. As expected, there’s some solid talent.
CHICAGO – The 2013 Big Ten Football season is right around the corner, which means it’s time to jump on the BTN bus and head out on the Big Ten Football Preview Tour.
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BTN/BTN2Go is airing the top 10 football games of 2012, and the countdown has reached No. 8: Wisconsin’s memorable 70-31 victory over Nebraska in the Big Ten title game. Watch the game at 8 p.m. ET tonight, and the next seven games at the same time through Aug. 11. Until then, relive the track meet in this post.
It’s about time for me to kiss my son, Calvin; daughter, Veronica; and wife, Robin, goodbye. I also need to rub my dog Gizmo’s ample belly one last time before I finish packing my bags.