Big Ten Media Days 2019: TV schedules, team dates and players attending

first_imgHere’s everything you need to know for BIg Ten Media Days 2019:MORE: Major storylines for all Power 5 media days The 2019 season will be a season of change in the Big Ten.That should certainly be reflected next week: Not only will longtime commissioner Jim Delany preside over his final Big Ten Media Days, it will also be the first since 2011 without Urban Meyer in attendance (considering what happened last year, it might be a quieter affair overall). That still begs the question: Is Ryan Day able to step into the giant shoes Meyer left, or will Jim Harbaugh and Michigan be able to take advantage of that transition? Also: Can the conference make it back to the College Football Playoff after missing it the last two seasons? Big Ten Media Days TV ScheduleBig Ten Media Days 2019 will air on the Big Ten Network on both Thursday, July 18 and Friday, July 19. The full programming schedule is listed below (all times Eastern):DateTime (ET)ProgrammingJuly 18NoonB1G Football Media Day: Part 1 of 2…2:50 p.m.BTN Live: Football Media Day Special — Part 1 of 2…7:30 p.m.B1G Football Media Day: Part 1 of 2…10:30 p.m.BTN Live: Football Media Day Special — Part 1 of 2July 196 a.m.B1G Football Media Day: Part 1 of 2…8:45 a.m.B1G Football Media Day: Part 2 of 2…11:45 a.m.B1G Football Media Day: Part 2 of 2…3 p.m.BTN Live: Football Media Day Special — Part 2 of 2…8 p.m.B1G Football Media Day: Part 2 of 2…11:30 p.m.BTN Live: Football Media Day Special — Part 2 of 2Big Ten Media Days team scheduleThursday, July 18 (noon-6:30 p.m.)Lovie Smith, IllinoisTom Allen, IndianaMike Locksley, MarylandMark Dantonio, Michigan StateP.J. Fleck, MinnesotaScott Frost, NebraskaRyan Day, Ohio StateFriday, July 19 (9 a.m.-7 p.m.)Kirk Ferentz, IowaJim Harbaugh, MichiganPat Fitzgerald, NorthwesternJames Franklin, Penn StateJeff Brohm, PurdueChris Ash, RutgersPaul Chryst, WisconsinMORE: Ranking Big Ten coaches for 2019Big Ten East players attending Big Ten Media Days 2019IndianaCoy Cronk, Sr., OLReakwon Jones, LBNick Westbrook, WRMarylandAntoine Brooks Jr., DBTino Ellis, DBAnthony McFarland Jr., RBMichiganBen Bredeson, OGJordan Glasgow, LBKhaleke Hudson, LBMichigan StateJoe Bachie, LBKenny Willekes, DERaequan Williams, Sr., DTOhio StateJonathon Cooper, DEJordan Fuller, SK.J. Hill, WRPenn StateCam Brown, LBBlake Gillikin, PJohn Reid, CBRutgersTyshon Fogg, Jr., LBTyreek Maddox-WIlliams, LBZach Venesky, OLMORE: Big Ten 2019 early conference primerBig Ten West players attending Big Ten Media Days 2019IllinoisReggie Corbin, RBNate Hobbs, CBAlex Palczewski, OTIowaMichael Ojemudia, DBNate Stanley, QBToren Young, RBMinnesotaCarter Coughlin, DLMohamed Ibrahim, RBTyler Johnson, WRCasey O’Brien, HNebraskaMohamed Barry, LBKhalil Davis, DLAdrian Martinez, QBNorthwesternPaddy Fisher, LBJoe Gaziano, DEJared Thomas, CPurdueMarkus Bailey, LBRondale Moore, WRLorenzo Neal, DTWisconsinTyler Biadasz, CChris Orr, LBJonathan Taylor, RBlast_img


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