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On Wednesday night’s “Big Ten Football & Beyond,” our crew discussed player safety, with an emphasis on Daydrion Taylor’s vicious hit on Bob Stephenson 15 years ago. The play ended both players’ careers, and BTN analyst and sideline reporter Jon Jansen, who played in the 1997 Michigan-Penn State game, joined the panel to give his thoughts on the hit and its aftermath. Watch the video here.
On Wednesday’s “Big Ten Football & Beyond,” BTN’s Gerry Dinardo, Chris Martin, Dave Revsine are joined by the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein to discuss exactly what’s at stake when Michigan State takes on Notre Dame this Saturday. Our experts will also discuss how does Notre Dame’s move to the ACC affects the national college football landscape and how that impacts the Big Ten.
Tonight on the season debut of “Big Ten Football & Beyond” at 6:30 p.m., Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin, Teddy Greenstein, and Yahoo! Sports columnist Pat Forde team up to talk about the first big week of college football. Among the questions they’ll be debating: Which #B1G team has the most to gain with a win this weekend and why? You tell us on Twitter and use #BTNBeyond, and we’ll air the best answers.
On tonight’s Big Ten Football & Beyond, at 10:30 p.m. ET, our guys will announce the conference’s offensive and defensive players of the year, in addition to the coach of the year, who will join us for an interview. Who is he? Watch to find out. We’ll also give our thoughts on the first year of divisional play and on whether LSU vs. Alabama is the right matchup for the BCS title game. See what else our guys will be discussing on tonight’s show in this post.
At 6 p.m. ET Wednesday, Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin and Teddy Greenstein bring you Big Ten Football & Beyond. On tonight’s show, our crew debates whether Michigan State, which wrapped up the Legends Division last week, should have a different approach for this weekend’s game. The guys also will answer which game they’d watch if both were on at same time they couldn’t flip channels: Ohio State-Michigan or Penn State-Wisconsin. See what else we’ll be talking about in this post.
The Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein and Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples join Dave Revsine, Chris Martin, Gerry DiNardo at 7 p.m. ET tonight to discuss the Penn State head coaching position. Plus, what really needs to happen for the Big Ten to get two teams into BCS bowl games.
Dave Revsine, along with analysts Gerry DiNardo and Chris Martin, hosted a 90-minute special Wednesday on the ongoing Penn State scandal. The crew discussed the latest developments and offered their thoughts on what Penn State and Joe Paterno, who announced he will retire at the end of the season, should do next. SI.com’s Andy Staples and the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein also made their weekly appearances, plus Revsine interviewed D.J. Dozier, Adam Taliaferro and Michael Haynes. Watch our analysts’ take now and see all our video clips from the show in this post.
On Wednesday night’s 90-minute special edition of Big Ten Football & Beyond, BTN host Dave Revsine interviewed former Penn State football players D.J. Dozier, Adam Taliaferro and Michael Haynes to get their reaction to the Penn State scandal and their thoughts on their former coach Joe Paterno. Watch our interview with Dozier now and see the Taliaferro and Haynes interviews in this post. Watch all of our other video from Wednesday night’s show here.
On Monday’s Big Ten Breakdown, at 7 p.m. ET, Howard Griffith breaks down the offensive line’s role in Wisconsin RB Montee Ball‘s success and Chris Martin shows us how Iowa’s defense shut down Denard Robinson and Michigan. The crew also will take a look at MarQueis Gray‘s progression the last couple of weeks, plus Northwestern’s do-it-all star Kain Colter will join us to talk about his team’s upset win at Nebraska.
On Wednesday’s Big Ten Football & Beyond, at 7 p.m. ET, Dave Revsine and the usual cast of characters will discuss how divisions have changed the Big Ten, offer the latest news on realignment, evaluate how the conference’s four new head coaches have done and give nonconference scouting reports on Boise State and South Carolina. Following Beyond, at 8, don’t miss Purdue hosting Illinois in live volleyball action.
On tonight’s Big Ten Football & Beyond, at 7 p.m. ET, Dave Revsine and his cast of characters discuss what they learned about Wisconsin and Michigan State following last week’s unforgettable finish, analyze the latest developments in realignment and break down Saturday’s highly anticipated matchup between Nebraska’s offense and Michigan State’s defense.
It’s a dream battle. Wisconsin’s prolific offense, ranked No. 1 in points per game and touchdowns, versus Michigan State’s defense, ranked No. 1 in total yards and passing yards. Something’s got to give when the sixth-ranked Badgers travel to the 16th-ranked Spartans on Saturday night. Which dominant unit has the edge? How can Michigan State stop Wisconsin’s white-hot offensive attack? And how will Wisconsin account for Michigan State’s physical and aggressive defense? Watch as our Big Ten Football & Beyond analysts, Gerry DiNardo and Chris Martin, break down the week’s, and possibly the season’s, most intriguing Big Ten matchup now.
At 7 p.m. ET Wednesday on Big Ten Football & Beyond, Dave Revsine and company break down the fallout from last week, including which loss was more disappointing, Michigan or Illinois’, and which win was more meaningful, Ohio State or Michigan State’s? Gerry DiNardo and Chris Martine will break down the highly contested matchup between Michigan State’s top-rated defense and Wisconsin’s top-rated offense, and we’ll discuss the current two-quarterback epidemic that has been employed at seven of the Big Ten schools this season. Also, Andy Staples will join us for the latest news in expansion and realignment, plus the crew will give its latest Heisman top 5.
When Big Ten Football and Beyond airs every Wednesday at 7 PM ET, viewers may not realize that creating Beyond, as it is known in-house, is a 36-hour process to produce slightly less than one hour of actual show content. Show producer Paul Cordell oversees the entire process from start to finish in coordination with host Dave Revsine and analysts Gerry DiNardo, Chris Martin, the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein, and Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples, as well more than a dozen of other production staffers.
On the next episode of Big Ten & Beyond at 7 p.m. Wednesday, BTN’s Gerry DiNardo and the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greenstein debate who is the second-best team behind Wisconsin. Do you have any thoughts on the matter? Leave your comments (and your supporting arguments) in the comments at the end of this post. What else will the show focus on? Jump down this post for more.