Coming off a season in which three Big Ten teams reached the Sweet 16 , BTN’s 2017-18 men’s basketball schedule will feature more than 75 conference matchups in addition to at least 49 non-conference battles. For the first time in history, BTN will be the exclusive cable home for the men’s Big Ten Tournament, featuring 10 tournament games from Madison Square Garden in New York City. All games can be streamed via the web, smartphones, tablets and connected devices on BTN2Go and Fox Sports Go. Conference play on begins on Friday, Dec. 1 with an opening night doubleheader, as Purdue
As the Big Ten Network prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary in August, BTN president Mark Silverman today announced what lies ahead of the network at Big Ten Football media days. BTN Programming BTN Tailgate, BTN’s on-campus college football pregame show, will return for its second season and expand to two hours, now airing from 10 a.m. ET to noon ET. Analyst Stanley Jackson will join the crew of Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Spice Adams for 10 shows to serve as the home for Big Ten football fans this fall. Big Ten Elite: 2016 Penn State Football will debut
BTN will provide a full week of comprehensive coverage of the Big Ten Tournament from Washington D.C., including five games, pre- and post-game analysis, coach and player interviews, and a 90-minute B1G Basketball & Beyond: Selection Sunday Special. Coverage begins at 5 p.m. ET today with the exclusive, live announcement of the annual Big Ten basketball awards on the BTN Live: All-Conference Selection Show. Host Mike Hall and analyst Shon Morris will reveal All-Big Ten selections, as well as Big Ten Player, Freshman and Coach of the Year. Interviews with select award winners will also be included. At 5 p.m.
Ed Morrow had to sacrifice some childhood freedoms while playing high school ball in Chicago. But his dream of playing in college eventually led back to his hometown in Nebraska.
What are Big Ten basketball rivalries made of? A Rivalry Week edition of The Journey airs Sun. Feb. 12 at 8:30 p.m. ET.
Miles Bridges has next-level bounce to go with a next-level game, and he credits his Flint, Mich., roots for crafting a toughness that led him to Michigan State.
At 7-foot-2 and 290 pounds, Purdue's Isaac Haas is larger than life. But the inspiration he draws from his sister's struggle with epilepsy is even bigger. The Journey airs at a special day and time, Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Steve Pikiell has a rebuilding project on his hands at Rutgers, and his track record shows he's cut out for the job. Don't believe us? Just ask legendary UConn head coach Jim Calhoun. The Journey airs Sunday at 9:30 p.m. ET.
This week on The Journey: Penn State's Philly-centric freshman class is the highest-rated in program history, and the Nittany Lions' recent win at Philadelphia's Palestra showcased their young talent.
If Amir Coffey's last name rings a bell, it's because his sister and father both carved out fantastic Big Ten careers. Now Amir is blazing his own trail at Minnesota. The Journey premieres Sunday, Jan. 8 at 9:30 p.m. ET.