Ahead of the Big Ten Network’s 13th football season, BTN president François McGillicuddy today shared the network’s perspective on the 2019 season at Big Ten Football media days. “We are responsible for representing all Big Ten institutions across more than 40 games and over 750 hours of programming during 14 weeks of the 2019 Big Ten Football regular season,” said McGillicuddy. “To do that, our focus will be on three things –production of quality live games, compelling storytelling about the Big Ten Conference and the most expert Big Ten analysis.” The following updates were also provided: FOX Sports App Beginning
Day by day, we’re moving closer to one of the 50th anniversary of one of the most astonishing and momentous events in human history: Neil Armstrong’s iconic “giant leap” for all mankind on to the surface of the moon. It was the step watched around the world. But for Purdue University faculty, students and alumni – a group to a group proud to call Armstrong on of their own – it was something even more exceptional. It was the manifestation of the Boilermaker spirit boldly leading the way at the dawn of a new era. In the new book Ever
Michigan, for the first time since 2004, will be Big Ten champions, according to cleveland.com's ninth annual preseason Big Ten football predictions.
BTN contributor Andy Katz released his top 25 players for the 2019-20 college basketball season, and eight Big Ten players made his NCAA.com list. Not surprisingly, Michigan State star and reigning Big Ten player of the year Cassius Winston tops the list.
The Big Ten announced Wednesday that three Hall of Famers, Lorenzo White of Michigan State, Tom Osborne of Nebraska and Barry Alvarez of Wisconsin, will attend the 2019 Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon.
The Big Ten announced the 43 student-athletes scheduled to attend the 2019 Big Ten Football Media Days and Kickoff Luncheon, held Thursday and Friday, July 18 and 19, at the Hilton Chicago.
Look around the college football landscape, and one won't find a more unpredictable division than the Big Ten West. A case can be made for nearly every team, from Indy-regular Wisconsin to up-and-coming Purdue.
NBA Summer League opens Monday, with three days of action in Salt Lake City and California, and continues Friday in Vegas. Here's a look at Big Ten names on the rosters.
What's the latest on undrafted Big Ten basketball stars' pro futures? Here's a quick rundown, in alphabetical order of school.
Six former Big Ten stars were selected in the 2019 NBA Draft on Thursday night. Indiana's Romeo Langford ( R1, No. 14, Boston) was the first B1G name off the board. See all the picks inside.