Big Ten Network to offer more ways to watch your college football

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Big Ten football fans will now have more options when it comes to their college-football viewing.

BTN2Go, a 24-hour multi-platform extension of the cable channel, is set to launch in time for football season, Big Ten Network President Mark Silverman announced Thursday.

Current subscribers will be able to watch programming, which will include more than 40 football and 100 basketball games, on the Internet, iPhone and iPad. On-demand and archive features will also be available.

We’re tremendously excited to launch BTN2Go

because, as mobile technology has advanced, this is something fans

are asking for,” Silverman said in a statement. “Big Ten fans are

frequently on the go, and would like to watch BTN while away from

home. BTN2Go gives fans that option at no additional cost to

them.”

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