2019 Big Ten Media Days: Schedule
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2018 Big Ten Media Days, Day 2: Schedule, Times, TV Channel, How to Watch Online

July 24, 2018

The 2018 Big Ten Media Days continue Tuesday, July 24. The day kicks off bright and early at 8 a.m. CT, and the Big Ten Network has live coverage throughout the day.

Seven coaches will speak Tuesday, similar to Monday's format. Mark Silverman, President of BTN and National Networks at FOX Sports, and Bill Carollo, the Big Ten Coordinator of Football Officials, will also address the media.

Tuesday will also include a fan session for all Big Ten coaches and the 47th Annual Kickoff Luncheon. In additional to coaches and players, College Football Hall of Fame inductees Dana Howard of Illinois and Aaron Taylor of Nebraska will be in attendance. The luncheon kicks off at 11:30 a.m CT.

RELATED: What You Need to Know From Nebraska's Time at Big Ten Media Days

You can find a complete schedule, TV channel and online information (including streaming options) for the 2018 Big Ten Media Days below. All times are CT.

2018 Big Ten Media Days: Schedule, times

Tuesday, July 24 press conference schedule

8 a.m. | Kirk Ferentz, Iowa

8:15 a.m. | Tom Allen, Indiana

8:30 a.m. | Mark Dantonio, Mighigan State

8:45 a.m. | Lovie Smith, Illinois

9 a.m. | Paul Chryst, Wisconsin

9:15 a.m. | Mark Silverman, BTN/FOX Sports

9:30 a.m. | Urban Meyer, Ohio State

9:45 a.m. | DJ Durkin, Maryland

10 a.m. | Bill Carollo, Big Ten Conference

TV channel, how to watch online

The Big Ten Network will air more than 14 hours of live coverage from the 2018 Big Ten Football Media Days. Live coverage includes the press conferences for the seven coaches on Tuesday.

In addition to TV coverage, the Big Ten Network provides online and streaming options with BTN2Go.

Live updates

Coaches, players in attendance

EAST DIVISION

INDIANA
Jonathan Crawford, Sr., S*
Wes Martin, Sr., OL*
Luke Timian, Sr., WR*

MARYLAND
Derwin Gray, Sr., OL*
Taivon Jacobs, Sr., WR 
Darnell Savage Jr., Sr., DB*

MICHIGAN
Karan Higdon, Sr., RB*
Tyree Kinnel, Sr., DB*
Chase Winovich, Sr., DL*

MICHIGAN STATE
Brian Lewerke, Jr., QB*
LJ Scott, Sr., RB*
Khari Willis, Sr., S*

OHIO STATE
Parris Campbell, Sr., WR*
Dre’Mont Jones, Jr., DT*
Isaiah Prince, Sr., OT*

PENN STATE
Trace McSorley, Sr., QB*
Amani Oruwariye, Sr., CB*
Nick Scott, Sr., S

RUTGERS
Blessuan Austin, Sr., DB
Tariq Cole, Sr., OL*
Deonte Roberts, Sr., LB

WEST DIVISION

ILLINOIS
Nick Allegretti, Sr., OL*
Mike Dudek, Jr., WR
Jamal Milan, Jr., DL

IOWA
Parker Hesse, Sr., DE
Matt Nelson, Sr., DE
Nate Stanley, Jr., QB*

MINNESOTA
Thomas Barber, Jr., LB*
Carter Coughlin, Jr., LB*
Rodney Smith, Sr., RB*

NEBRASKA
Jerald Foster, Sr., OG*
Stanley Morgan Jr., Sr., WR*
Mick Stoltenberg, Sr., NT

NORTHWESTERN
Nate Hall, Sr., LB*
Montre Hartage, Sr., CB
Clayton Thorson, Sr., QB*

PURDUE
Markus Bailey, Jr., LB*
David Blough, Sr., QB
Elijah Sindelar, Jr., QB

WISCONSIN
Michael Deiter, Sr., OL*
D’Cota Dixon, Sr., S*
T.J. Edwards, Sr., ILB*

* indicates 2017 all-conference selections and honorable mentions

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