BTN will once again dedicate eight hours of programming to cover National Signing Day on Wednesday, including: BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo’s visit to College Park for a one-on-one feature with Maryland’s DJ Durkin BTN analyst Howard Griffith’s trip up north to Minneapolis for an exclusive interview with Minnesota’s P.J. Fleck Interviews with coaches and signees already on campus In keeping with Signing Day tradition, BTN will honor the fax machine. Fans can submit their recruiting questions during the eight hours of National Signing Day coverage by fax – yes, by fax – to Mike Hall, Griffith, DiNardo and Allen Trieu
Earlier, BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart looked at the overall recruiting appeal of the football programs in the Big Ten East. Now, it's time for him to take a look at the programs in the Big Ten West.
Former Michigan linebacker Ben Gedeon highlighted Big Ten names in the 2017 Senior Bowl on Saturday. Gedeon's strong day (9 tackles, 1 FF) wasn't enough to lift the North to victory, as the South claimed a 16-15 victory.
Wisconsin loses some serious talent in 2017, but there's no reason to believe the Badgers won't reload like usual. Tom Dienhart lists the team's top five departures.
National Football Signing Day is Wednedday, Feb. 1 and BTN will have full coverage throughout the day. We took a quick look at the top needs for each of the 14 Big Ten football programs.
National Signing Day for football is Wed., Feb. 1 and once again Allen Trieu of Scout.com will be part of our eight hours of live TV coverage. Ahead of that day, BTN's Tom Dienhart talked with Trieu about the overall Big Ten signing day outlook.
The Super Bowl LI matchup is set, and thirteen former Big Ten stars are listed on the active rosters for the New England Patriots (7) and Atlanta Falcons (6).
The Big Ten sends 14 players from six schools to this year's Senior Bowl.
Big Ten l;ands ten players in the top 50 of one NFL.com NFL Draft expert.
Monday was the deadline for players to declare their intentions for the 2017 NFL Draft. And the Big Ten saw 16 players declare. Seven of the 14 schools saw a player declare: Indiana, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Northwestern, Penn State and Wisconsin.