BTN Football in 60

Submitted by Maize and Luke on November 15th, 2015 at 9:10 AM

I apologize if this topic has come up before, I know how much some of you love redundant posts. 

BTN lists times for their BTN Football in 60 but it doesn't say which game it is.  It doesn't say on their website and Comtrash doesn't list it in their guide either.  I would like to watch and/or record the UM game if in fact it is one of these mystery games.  Is there any way to find out which game(s) are being aired?  Do they list it closer to air time?  Do they just do games that were on the BTN? Any info would be much appreciated.

Thank you for your time and GO BLUE! HARBAUGH!



November 15th, 2015 at 1:20 PM ^

5pm BTN Football in 60: Michigan at Indiana 11/14/15 Enhanced Episode(basically 30 seconds of a few post game interviews added)

5:00pm BTN Football in 60: Michigan at Indiana - 11/14/15 - Enhanced Episode

Michigan's Jake Rudock throws for 440 yards and 6 touchdowns to push the Wolverines to a double overtime victory over the Indiana Hoosiers.

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November 15th, 2015 at 10:29 AM ^

The biggest advantage for any conference in having their own network - the Big Ten included - has been the expanded coverage of football, basketball and many other sports on television. We can complain about the folks doing the commentary, but yeah, there was a time not that long ago when we probably would not have seen a few of these games televised even despite the season we're having overall. 

Mr. Yost

November 15th, 2015 at 10:57 AM ^

Things can evolve and get better.

I, too, remember life before BTN...but now the SEC Network is head and shoulders better. The Pac 12 Network is also better than BTN.

BTN is f-ing terrible.

I appreciate it for creating a lane...just like I appreciate the VHS. But you don't see me popping those black bricks into my TV anymore.


November 15th, 2015 at 12:33 PM ^

They do after midnight the day of game (game is played Saturday, it is available on Sunday after midnight). Probably part of the agreement the conference signed with other providers (ESPN, Fox Sports) and is likely reciprocal