The Big Ten Network debuts “Scarlet and Gray Days: Inside Ohio State Training Camp” at 7 p.m. ET on Aug. 19 and our crew is sending back pictures ahead of the first show. Find a few of them in this post and look for more to come. The BTN originals (@BTN_Originals) program is an exclusive, behind-the-scenes series featuring the Ohio State Buckeyes training camp as they prepare for the 2015 football season. The in-depth, documentary style show will follow the reigning national champions over a portion of pre-season practice.
For obvious reasons, Braxton Miller’s transition to receiver will be one of the biggest storylines during Big Ten training camps. [ MORE: Watch Braxton Miller show off hands | Drone will follow QB-turned-WR ] Miller, who announced that he would be moving from quarterback to wide receiver late last month, debuted at his new position Monday, the first day of Ohio State fall practice. The two-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year at quarterback ran patterns, caught passes and took pointers from Joey Galloway, the former Ohio State standout wide receiver and current ESPN analyst. Here’s what Urban Meyer
There's less than a month to the opening of the college football season, so it's time for our annual countdown to kickoff series.
If it wasn't official before, it's officially official now. Braxton Miller, the star quarterback-turned-wide receiver who elected to return to Ohio State for his final season, arrived at camp Sunday.
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
The last time we saw Ezekiel Elliott he was running all over teams like Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon. Will the Big Ten's returning leader in touchdown runs finish atop the leaderboard this fall?
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
Wednesday, I took a look at the best hires in the last 40 years at schools in the Big Ten West. Today, I do the same for the Big Ten East. INDIANA Bill Mallory. The farther we get from his tenure, the greater it looks. Mallory had all the flash of a pair of wing tips, a do-the-right-thing throw-back coach who forged the Hoosiers into a strong program built around a physical offense and honest-to-goodness defense. He went 68-77-3 (39-65-1 in the Big Ten) from 1984-1996 with six bowls after arriving from Northern Illinois to replace Sam Wyche—who was in
Our good friend Mekka Don is at it again! This time, the former OSU football player-turned-rapper released a new hype video titled "Zone 6," in honor of the Buckeyes' wide receivers.
As great as Melvin Gordon's 2014 regular season was, Ezekiel Elliott's postseason was, perhaps, even greater. Will Elliott lead the Big Ten in rushing this fall? See our panel's predictions.