Ohio State Buckeyes on BTN

Ohio State Buckeyes on BTN

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Buckeyes on BTN

The Big Ten Network has announced the ”Big Ten Football Tour” to kick off the college football season. BTN reporters Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will host the preview show that covers everything a football hungry fan wants. Ohio State kicks off the programming schedule on August 11 at 10pm.

By Pete Quint

Similarly to ESPN’s Gameday, the reporters will travel around the Big Ten in a decked out bus visiting each school giving a breakdown of the season’s schedule, players to watch and player and coach interviews. They will even have players and coaches wear a microphone during an “All-Access” practice. The tour will also be promoting the BTN’s new “Four Pack” of football shows including Breakdown (Tuesdays, 10 PM ET), Sites & Sounds (Wednesdays, 10 PM ET), Behind the Schemes (Thursdays, 10 PM ET) and Big Ten Football and Beyond (Fridays, 10 PM ET).

"As the new season approaches, Big Ten fans will love getting an all-access look at their team," Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman said. "This will be a great opportunity to see how every football program is gearing up for the season."

The season is just around the corner and if programming like this doesn’t get your blood pumping you better go see your doctor. You might be dead.

Teams and dates:

OSU 8/11

Penn St 8/13

Michigan 8/14

(it will be an abbreviated show due to lack of material and interest)

Indiana 8/17

Purdue 8/18

Illini 8/19

Northwestern 8/20

Wisconsin 8/21

Minnesota 8/22

Iowa 8/25

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