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This week Brandon and Jeff preview the Big Ten Football season, and discuss Marylands move into the conference. Jeff Errman (Inside MD Sports) will join us to preview the Terps new football landscape. Plus Olivia Harlan stops by with a report from Green Bay Packers camp.
Also updates and news from around the NFL and much more!
As always we will take your phone calls at 929-477-1392 or tweet us questions with #AskPick6.
Mike and Jon get to talk about a Big Ten Championship and what the upcoming championship tournament may look like. You can catch all the action right here on www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsweeklive at 10am ET
Co-Hosts Dan Mogollan and Lloyd Ribner III take a look at the top Big Ten prospects on the defensive side of the ball and where they stand heading into the 2014 NFL Draft. Four defenders project as potential top-10 picks for the upcoming draft. We each rank them and breakdown their pro potential. Who is the best Big Ten cornerback? Ohio State's Bradley Roby or Michigan State's Darqueze Dennard? Looking for front seven talent... Who goes higher, Minnesota defensive tackle Ra'Shede Hageman or OSU linebacker Ryan Shazier? We answer those questions and more.
You want a BIG football show? Well, we got you a B1G one indeed!
On tonight's show, we'll lead off with Green Bay Packers linebacker Sam Barrington. How has he gotten himself mentally and physically ready for the grind of training camp?
Of course, we'll sprinkle audio from Wisconsin Badgers Melvin Gordon, Rob Havenstein, and Warren Herring from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago!
At 8 p.m., we'll talk with former Badgers guard Mike Flowers about his new basketball camp. What was the catalyst that made him decide to start one?
At 8:30 p.m., Brian Carriveau from Cheesehead TV helps us preview the Packers' offense and break down the Jordy Nelson deal. Is Randall Cobb next, and can former Badgers walk-on Jared Abbrederis make the roster?
Plus, Milwaukee Brewers talk - can they hold the lead in the NL Central, and will they make a deal at the trade deadline?
The www.a2iwheelandtire.com/@a2iwheels guestline presents Dave Birkett during Tuesday’s episode of Sports in the Mitten with Adam Biggers and John Gustin.
As the Detroit Free Press’ lead Lions writer, Birkett offers a great look at the 2014 edition of the Honolulu Blue, including the latest on Ndamukong Suh contract talks, Matt Stafford’s arm and the emergence of the O-line.
Michigan and Michigan State were in Chicago for Big Ten Media Days. Adam updates listeners with quotes from Spartans coach Mark Dantonio and quarterback Connor Cook, as well as lines from Michigan coach Brady Hoke and quarterback Devin Gardner. Look for more B1G Media Days content from him on @AdamBiggers81.
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We chat with LGHL's newest contributor, Patrick Martyn, about his recent article about trying out for TBDBITL, Ohio State's famed marching band. We discuss the tryout process, what makes the band unique, what stunts they have left to accomplish, and more. We also discuss the Big Ten's recent schedling announcement, including New York City, and which fanbases are the most insufferable.
We take you around the Big Ten with Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch & Sammy Jacobs of Hoosier Huddle.
We'll take a look at Ohio State and if they did enough against Northwestern. The Wildcats held there own but they're beyond moral victories.
How about the other contenders in the Legends Division? Michigan, Michigan State & Nebraska all had solid efforts on Saturday. Should we believe? Meanwhile, Penn State, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa are all jockeying for position in the middle of the conference, while Minnesota deals with the aftermath of another seizure for HC Jerry Kill.
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In Part 4 of Beyond The Arc's 7-part college basketball preview, Bryan and Steve talk about the Big Ten storylines, teams and players that could keep the conference on top as the premier college basketball conference.
Our hosts will look back at the amazing 2012-13 Big Ten season that saw 4 teams finish the season in the AP Top 10, 4 teams reach the Sweet 16, 1 team reach the national championship game, and 2 of 4 first-round NBA draft picks selected in the top 4 as underclassmen.
As the 2013-14 season begins, all eyes will be on the state of Michigan where two of the top teams in the country reside. Tom Izzo's Michigan State Spartans and John Beilein's Michigan Wolverines have the talent and experience to make deep runs in the NCAA tournament and matchup for an epic showdown that could determine the Big Ten champion. How will their seasons unfold?
Other storylines that will be discussed include: expectations for Aaron Craft and Ohio State in the shadow of Michigan and Michigan State, how Indiana replaces four 1,000 point scorers who changed the culture of the program, whether Iowa is ready to return to the NCAA tournament, and does the Big Ten have more than 5 teams strong enough to make the tournament in March.
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