The latest in our series of “Big Ten Elite” shows airs Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET and it profiles Ohio State’s 2014 national championship football team. The 30-minute show talks to key members of that team as well as reporters who covered Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes as they captured the inaugural College Football Playoff crown. Did you know you can watch previous episodes of “Big Ten Elite” via BTN2Go? Use this page to find all of our episodes. Here are a few up there ready to be watched right now: 1989 Illinois men’s basketball 2013 Michigan State men’s basketball 1987 Indiana
BTN volleyball announcer Mike Wolf is back with his weekly Big Ten Volleyball Report on BTN.com this season. It was a wild opening week of conference play so let's take a quick look back before we preview three big matches coming up.
Ohio State’s 2014 football season will be remembered as one of the greatest in Big Ten history. The Buckeyes’ memorable national title run will be documented on Wednesday night as BTN Original debuts Big Ten Elite: 2014 Ohio State Football at 9:30 p.m. ET Wednesday night on BTN. The show goes inside the Buckeyes 2014-15 regular season and sensational three-game postseason run with interviews from players, coaches and media members. Players and coaches interviewed include Urban and Shelley Meyer, Tom Herman, leadership consultant Tim Kight, Cardale Jones, JT Barrett, Ezekiel Elliott, Josh Perry, Jeff Heuerman, Devin Smith, Michael Bennett and
Thursday’s Big Ten Basketball Media Day signals the arrival of hoops season on the Big Ten Network. With media day coverage, a full lineup of basketball games and nightly studio coverage, BTN is the college sports fan’s home for Big Ten basketball. Thursday’s basketball media day coverage, B1G Basketball Media Day: 2015-2016 hosted by Rick Pizzo, runs from 9 a.m. ET to 11 a.m. ET and will feature the media availability of each men’s basketball coach, beginning with Bo Ryan (Wisconsin) at 9 a.m. ET. The women’s basketball coaches’ press conferences will run concurrently, beginning with Matt Bollant (Illinois) at
Six games down, and six games to go. Believe it or not, we’ve reached the midpoint of the season for Big Ten football teams. [ MORE: Week 7 scoreboard | Week 7 previews | Big Ten standings | Big Ten stats | Latest polls | Power Rankings | Bowl Projections | Mailbag | Maryland fires Randy Edsall | Find your team’s homepage ] That being the case, I thought we’d take a look at some of my favorite moments from the first six weeks. Here goes! Best moment: Former Iowa defensive back Brett Greenwood serving as honorary captain and leading
Each Tuesday morning during the Big Ten football season, the 14 Big Ten football coaches hold a Big Ten teleconference with reporters from around the country. We post the audio for each segment of the call here.
This week on the season premiere of “The Journey: Big Ten Football 2015” at 9 p.m. ET we learn about the special friendship between Northwestern’s emerging star at linebacker Anthony Walker and his father. Also, see how Wisconsin’s Tanner McEvoy pulls off one of the toughest tasks in college football playing as a two-way starter. Plus, how are No. 1 Ohio State and No. 1 Michigan State dealing with the burden of high expectations? We’ll also have our usual cinematic highlights – this time from Northwestern vs. Michigan and Wisconsin vs. Nebraska. Are you on social media? Follow “The Journey”
An interesting week is headlined by Michigan State’s visit to Michigan in one of the biggest meetings ever between these intense rivals. Iowa can make another big statement that it’s the best team in the Big Ten West by winning at Northwestern, too.
For the past five years Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith have battled each Saturday for the right to wear “The Belt,” the reward for picking the most winning games on BTN’s “Big Ten Football Pregame Show.” Now you can get involved by sending us a quick video, and you may even get to raise “The Belt” victoriously yourself. Here’s what you do: Watch Monday’s “BTN Live” to find out which games to pick. The show airs at 6 p.m. ET. Rank your confidence in your picks from 6 (most confident) down to 1 (least confident) Include your picks – with confidence
The Big Ten Network saw its highest viewership in its history on Saturday, with four of the top-18 football teams in the country playing on the network. For the day (12p-12a), BTN earned a 2.04 HH rating in the network’s 12 metered markets,* and topped its previous record set in November 2014 by 30 percent. BTN’s games were the highest rated across all cable networks in Baltimore, Chicago, Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton, Detroit and Washington, D.C. and second in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, New York and Philadelphia.** “The heightened interest in Big Ten football around the country has generated increased enthusiasm for the