Some semblance of Nebraska football starts this week as Big Ten Media Days run from Thursday, July 30 and Friday, July 31st.
BTN will cover Media Days, broadcasting on BTN and streaming on BTN2GO.
Thursday, July 30 Schedule
Coverage will start at noon Thursday and run until 2:00 PM.
- Mark Dantonio - Michigan State
- Tim Beckman - Illinois
- Paul Chryst - Wisconsin
- Randy Edsall - Maryland
- Kevin Wilson - Indiana
- Kirk Ferentz - Iowa
- Urban Meyer - Ohio State
Friday, July 31 Schedule
Coverage will start at 8:00 am and go until 10:00 am.
- Jerry Kill - Minnesota
- Jim Harbaugh - Michigan
- Kyle Flood - Rutgers
- Pat Fitzgerald - Northwestern
- Mike Riley - Nebraska
- Darrell Hazell - Purdue
- James Franklin - Penn State
Jim Delany will close out the press conference at 10:15 AM.
Dave Revsine, Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith will be on BTN Live following the coaches press conferences and will spend four hours each day interviewing coaches and players.
It should be a little more interesting this year as Jim Harbaugh joins the Big Ten and you never know what you're going to get with that guy. Urban Meyer should be as interesting, and Tim Beckman, well, whatever. I would expect a whole lot of coach speak from the rest. Paul Chryst will surely talk about what a fine university they have up there in Wiscy and how much he loves his admission folks.
Perhaps Jim Delany will introduce ideas on further expansion just to send everyone into a tizzy about it (he won't). You can bet that he's going to expound on what an incredible conference the Big Ten is, beating the SEC out in football, and nearly winning the basketball national championship, and how smart everyone is. Then Urban Meyer will join him and Delany will embrace him, then kiss his ring.
Dave Revsine will host the Kickoff Luncheon Special on Saturday, August 1st at 6:00 pm on BTN. Coaches will discuss the upcoming season. Indiana’s Nate Sudfeld and Ohio State’s Joshua Perry will speak on behalf of the players.
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