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Watch Rutgers coach Kyle Flood's Big Ten Media Day press conference

Here’s Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood’s full media conference from Big Ten Football Media Days. Also today on BTN/BTN2Go: Watch our four-hour “BTN Live” at 3 p.m. ET for more Big Ten football interviews and analysis. On Saturday, BTN will air a Kickoff Luncheon Special at 7 p.m. ET, hosted by Dave Revsine. Coaches will join BTN’s lead studio host to discuss the upcoming season. Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Joshua Perry will speak on behalf of the players in attendance. BTN is the sports fan’s home for championship football in 2015, as Ohio State begins its title defense on

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Watch Minnesota coach Jerry Kill's Big Ten Media Day press conference

Here’s Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill’s full media conference from Big Ten Football Media Days. Also today on BTN/BTN2Go: Watch our four-hour “BTN Live” at 3 p.m. ET for more Big Ten football interviews and analysis. On Saturday, BTN will air a Kickoff Luncheon Special at 7 p.m. ET, hosted by Dave Revsine. Coaches will join BTN’s lead studio host to discuss the upcoming season. Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Joshua Perry will speak on behalf of the players in attendance. BTN is the sports fan’s home for championship football in 2015, as Ohio State begins its title defense on

Big Ten football stars show their faces in BTN's Twitter Mirror

If you’re active on Twitter, you know about Twitter’s Mirror. It’s a fun experience that shows up at big events across the entertainment and sports industry. Photo subjects can even autograph their own pictures before they tweet them. We rolled the Twitter Mirror out on the first day of Big Ten Football Media Days, and we got some great shots. Find some of them them in this post and then follow @BigTenNetwork and see them all on Twitter today for more pictures of Big Ten football players and coaches. Have a look at a few of Thursday’s top shots.

Here comes Day 2: Big Ten Football Media Days rolls on in Chicago

Friday brings another round of Big Ten Football Media Days as well as the annual Kickoff Luncheon, and BTN is back on the scene providing live TV coverage, online video, stories and more from all of the events. That includes all seven football coach press conferences (see Thursday’s sessions here), exclusive segments from our show “BTN Live” and complete video of the Kickoff Luncheon speeches by Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Joshua Perry. If you missed it on Thursday, we had a Twitter photo booth and Facebook Q&A sessions with a variety of players and coaches. We will have more of

Get to know Kickoff Luncheon speakers Nate Sudfeld & Joshua Perry

Friday is a big day for Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State linebacker Joshua Perry. [ MORE: Watch Drew Ott eat raw egg | Watch Shilique Calhoun play reporter ] The two Big Ten stars will speak on behalf of the players at the 44th annual Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon. The responsibility is a large one, for obvious reasons. It’s a daunting one, too, especially coming on the heels of memorable speeches from Kirk Cousins, Denard Robinson, John Urschel and Ameer Abdullah. BTN will air the Kickoff Luncheon at 7 p.m. ET Saturday. I asked the two speakers

Big Ten football players offer freshmen to watch in 2015

A total of 21 Big Ten football players gathered at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place on Thursday for the opening day of Big Ten media days. [ MORE: Watch Drew Ott eat raw egg | Watch Shilique Calhoun play reporter ] Players from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan State, Ohio State and Wisconsin were in attendance. I went around and asked one player from all seven schools to give me a true freshman who has stood out to them thus far, and who could potentially make an impact. Here’s what I got. Mason Monheim, LB, Illinois: Gabe Megginson. He’s a

Jul 30, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Michigan State quarterback Shilique Calhoun speaks during 2015 Big Ten Football Media Days at Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports

He does it again! Shilique Calhoun plays reporter at Big Ten media days

When his playing days are over, there’s no doubt a future in front of the camera awaits Shilique Calhoun. [ MORE: Watch Iowa DE Drew Ott eat raw egg at media days ] The Michigan State defensive end showed it at last year’s Big Ten media days, interviewing teammates and rivals, and he was up to the same thing Thursday. Calhoun, mic in hand, visited Mark Dantonio’s roundtable to ask his coach an important question, and he briefly interviewed himself at his podium. Check it all out in the video above. h/t: mlive.com

Watch Iowa DE Drew Ott eat raw egg at Big Ten media days

How’s your stomach feeling? If you’re the least bit queasy, you might want to avoid the video above. [ MORE: Like this story? Check out our full Gone Viral section ] Yes, that’s Iowa defensive end Drew Ott eating a raw egg during an interview with ESPN at Big Ten media days Thursday. Why, you’re almost certainly asking yourself? He said he’s eaten eggs right out of the carton ever since he had to start making his own breakfast, adding that he’s lazy. But why the shell, and how hard is it to crack the thing and throw the egg

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Dienhart: Connor Cook is the Big Ten's best football player

BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart took a close look at Michigan State QB Connor Cook during the opening day of Big Ten Football Media Days, and our writer comes away with this impression: Cook is the best player in the Big Ten.