There's a new No. 1 and a reshuffled top 5 in BTN analyst Dave Wannstedt's latest Big Ten Power Rankings. The new top team: Ohio State, followed by Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan, the No. 1 in each of the first two installments.
Tomorrow at 8 p.m. ET, BTN will debut the first episode of The B1G Story, a documentary style program produced by the Emmy-nominated BTN Originals team. Throughout the year, The B1G Story will provide a contemporary look at compelling Big Ten stories of both past and present. Episode one, The B1G Story: Matt Millen, will take a closer look at a topic many Big Ten fans are familiar with. Millen, BTN’s lead football game analyst, was diagnosed with Amyloidosis in 2017 and subsequently underwent a lifesaving heart transplant in December of 2018. Amyloidosis had a drastic impact on Millen’s day-to-day
Eleven Big Ten teams were victorious in Week 2, including Iowa winning the first conference game of the season, and here's a glimpse into how each celebrated its win.
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BTN today announced its 2019-20 television schedule for men’s and women’s basketball, with nearly 200 total games across the entire season. BTN will air at least 133 men’s basketball games, including 75 conference games and 10 Big Ten Tournament games, as well as at least 64 women’s basketball games, including four ACC-Big Ten Challenge matchups alongside 12 conference tournament games. Men’s nonconference play begins with a doubleheader on Tuesday, Nov. 5, when Juwan Howard and Fred Hoiberg make their respective Big Ten coaching debuts as Michigan faces off against Appalachian State and Nebraska takes on UC-Riverside. The men’s schedule also
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Dave Wannstedt ranked the Big Ten East and West teams, 1-7, for his preseason power rankings. This week, following Week 1 action, and for the rest of the year, Coach will rank the teams, 1-14. Here's how he sees them entering Week 2.
BTN today announced its 2019 fall sports schedule, which includes the most volleyball coverage in network history. Along with nearly 40 volleyball matches, the network will televise another 49 field hockey, men’s soccer and women’s soccer games. Additionally, BTN will debut the B1G Volleyball Report on Wednesday, Sept. 18, following a rematch of the 2018 national championship as No.1 Stanford takes on No. 2 Nebraska. The show will air throughout October following doubleheader matches on Wednesday nights with highlights and analysis from across the Big Ten Conference. “In capturing eight of the past 12 national championships, the Big Ten has
It's football week, Big Ten fans! Before the games start, we asked BTN analyst Dave Wannstedt for his preseason power rankings, by division.
The on-air lineup includes a mix of familiar faces and new personalities set to cover the 150th season of college football.