This week on “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015” we show you what life is like for a young assistant coach when we go behind the scenes with Ohio State’s Greg Paulus. The name is familiar, isn’t it? Hint: He played at Duke. Plus, meet Iowa’s Gabe Olaseni and see his unique path from England to Iowa City. See portions of their stories in the videos in this post. Also this week, learn about the special relationship between Nebraska’s Shavon Shields and his father Will Shields, a former Nebraska football star and newly-minted Pro Football Hall of Famer. We also
Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky’s dance moves? Nebraska’s Tim Miles breaking down film of a practice? “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015” is back this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. ET and we have a few clips to preview the season debut. On the season premiere, fans learn how Kaminsky has emerged into one of the nation’s elite. The show also features Miles teaching his players in the film room. “I really think that we can cause some trouble,” Miles says, “when we get outr full team on the floor.” Watch the clip below. Also in Sunday’s show, we profile Maryland’s Melo Trimble, a standout
The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2015 debuts at 10:30 PM ET Sunday, immediately following the Illinois at Nebraska men’s basketball game.
This past week on “The Journey” our crew told the story of two brothers with Duchenne muscular dystrophy and their relationship to the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. No matter which Big Ten team you root for, this one is worth a watch. Jacob Jarvis, 14, and his younger brother Noah Studebaker, 7, each have the disease, the most common fatal genetic disorder diagnosed during childhood. Currently, there is no cure for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Jacob and Noah have been friends of Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and the Ohio State football team since July 2013, and they attend practices with their parents. “It
Wednesday's "Journey" finale will spotlight the Big Ten championship game. Get all the details inside!
Good news, Big Ten football fans: "The Journey: Big Ten Football 2014" premieres at 7 p.m. ET tonight. Watch preview clips inside.
BTN Originals debuts "The Journey: Big Ten Football 2014" at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
CHICAGO – BTN is dedicating the entire day of programing Friday to The Journey: Big Ten Football 2013 by replaying all 12 episodes. Memorable segments include Michigan State defensive lineman Shilique Calhoun’s path to East Lansing, the family backgrounds of former Iowa linebacker James Morris and former Minnesota defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman, and the Spartans’ locker room celebration after winning the Big Ten title game. On Sunday, for the first time in network history, BTN is doing “Heisman Day” as a way of showcasing some of the Big Ten’s all-time greats. Fans can enjoy Father’s Day with a mix of
As six Big Ten teams prepare to compete in the NCAA Tournament, this week’s one-hour season finale of “The Journey: Big Ten Basketball 2014” takes you inside the final weekend of the regular season and the entire Big Ten Tournament. The episode includes emotional locker room moments, Senior Night for Ohio State’s Aaron Craft and Michigan’s Jordan Morgan, and Michigan State’s on-court celebration after winning the tournament championship on Sunday. The show debuts at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday. All basketball season you could watch past episodes of our show at BTN2Go – and you still can. Just go download
The crew from “The Journey” continues to cover the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament for an upcoming TV episode, but they’re also posting a bunch of photos to the show’s Instagram page. Here are a few shots from Friday with more to come. Get them all on their page. Who fills the two blank lines on this bracket today? #btnjourney cameras will be there to find out. #b1gtourney A photo posted by btnjourney (@btnjourney) on Mar 15, 2014 at 7:30am PDT Bo Ryan addresses the victorious Badgers in the locker room. #b1gtourney #btnjourney A photo posted by btnjourney (@btnjourney) on