BTN will televise eight winter Big Ten Championships in 2017, including the entire Big Ten Hockey Tournament, wrestling, men’s swimming & diving, women’s swimming & diving, men’s and women’s indoor track & field and men’s and women’s gymnastics. Television coverage begins with the Big Ten Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships from Purdue on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m. ET and continues with Men’s Swimming & Diving Championships at 10:30 a.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 26, from Ohio State. The opening night relays and preliminary rounds for both women (Feb. 15-18) and men (Feb. 22-25) can be viewed live on
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BTN today announced the launch of an all-new BTN2Go, the number one sports destination for Big Ten fans and alumni, featuring immense user personalization, new school-specific video content, improved social features and integrated tools such as school emojis to enhance the fan experience. With the new and improved BTN2Go, users can now enjoy a hyper-personalized experience where they’ll always be in the know on the latest and greatest with their favorite school. With BTN2Go, fans will now have instant access to original video content direct from both their favorite athletic department and BTN, curated key social content and quick access
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Host Nebraska won the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships, while Michigan and Minnesota shared the 2016 Big Ten Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Sunday.
The Michigan women’s track & field team won the 2016 Big Ten Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The Wolverines posted four individual titles and claimed one relay to secure Michigan’s ninth Big Ten Championship and first since 2006. Michigan tallied 109 team points, while Purdue was second with 102 points. Penn State was third with 96.5 points, while Minnesota finished fourth with 89 and Iowa was fifth with 50 points. The Wolverines recorded first-place finishes from Erin Finn in the 3,000- and 5,000-meter runs, Devon Hoppe in the 800-meter run and
Nebraska won the 2016 Big Ten Men’s Indoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, Ohio. The Huskers claimed two individual titles en route to winning their second consecutive Big Ten Championships. [ MORE: Huskers.com: Nebraska men repeat as Big Ten champs ] Nebraska recorded 116 team points, while Wisconsin finished in second place with 73. Minnesota was third with 72 points, Michigan finished fourth with 71 and Ohio State ended the championships in fifth place with 63.5 points. The Huskers earned first-place finishes from Landon Bartel in the high jump and Kaiwan Culmer in
Jesse Owens is one of the greatest athletes of all time, regardless of sport. The Ohio State track and field legend and four-time Olympic gold medalist took the No. 3 spot on BTN’s “Big Ten Icons” list, compiled in 2011. With Friday’s release of “Race,” a sports-drama based on Owens, the former Buckeyes standout is all over popular culture. That includes Jeopardy! Take it away, Alex Trebek: “Jesse Owens, known as the Buckeye Bullet, broke an astounding three world records and tied a fourth, all within 45 minutes, for this Big Ten school.” Easy, right? Welp, here’s the contestant’s response: