Spring football continues in the Big Ten Conference with all 12 conference teams continuing spring practice. Purdue will be the first Big Ten squad to play a spring game on Saturday, April 9, while the remaining 11 schools will take the field on April 16, 23 or 30.
The Big Ten Network is the ultimate destination for Big Ten spring football coverage, with studio shows twice each week beginning April 13 and telecasts of nine Big Ten spring games. In all, the network will dedicate more than 26 hours to Big Ten spring football, with every team receiving live television or streaming coverage. The network opens its spring slate with the Purdue Black and Gold Spring Game on Saturday from West Lafayette. The game will be streamed live at 1 PM ET on BigTenNetwork.com and will air on the television network at 10 PM ET. The network will produce seven episodes of Spring Football Report on Wednesday and Saturday nights from April 13 through May 4. Dave Revsine will host the shows alongside analysts Gerry DiNardo and Howard Griffith.
Below are links to the spring football updates for all 12 schools, along with the dates of their spring games or controlled scrimmages.
Iowa - April 16 (controlled scrimmage)
Michigan - April 16 (spring game)
Michigan State - April 30 (spring game)
Minnesota - April 23 (spring game)
Nebraska - April 16 (spring game)
Northwestern - April 16 (spring game)
Illinois - April 23 (spring game)
Indiana - April 16 (spring game - final practice is April 19)
Ohio State - April 23 (spring game)
Penn State - April 16 (spring game)
Purdue - April 9 (spring game)
Wisconsin - April 23 (spring game)