The Big Ten Network on DISH
Get the Big Ten Network on DISH and get the most Big Ten coverage. If you’re a Xfinity cable subscriber, you may miss out on some of the biggest rivalries in college sports. Feel the competition and tradition as you get access to live games and replays of the top conference games through DISH programming.
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How to Get Big Ten Network on DISH
If you are living in states that that have Big Ten schools. That means if you live in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, or Wisconsin, or New Jersey you can get the Big Ten Network is included in America’s Top 120+, 200, and 250 Packages.
Not Living in a Big Ten State? No Problem!
With providers like Xfinity, subscribers can only watch the Big Ten Network if you are in a Big Ten state. But with DISH, we have you covered regardless of where you live. The Big Ten Network is available to residents of other states by subscribing to the DISH Multi-Sport pack, currently included for FREE with America’s Top 120 Plus package and above! Subscribers of the Multi-Sports pack get the added bonus of receiving access to over 35 of your favorite sports networks including 20 Regional Sports Networks.
DISH has got you covered with College Football
DISH offers a number of packages to give you the college football coverage you want, whether at home or on the road. DISH offer’s subscribers FREE HD for Life, so you can catch all the action in high definition where available. Feel like keeping up on multiple Big Ten games? DISH offers features like multi-view that allow you to watch up to 4 live games at once. Want to know everything going on in the Big Ten? Our GameFinder app lets you keep up with live scores and stats on your screen, so you can keep tabs on your biggest rival and watch your alma mater at the same time.
Big 10 Football Fun Facts
The Big Ten conference is the oldest Division I collegiate conference in the US. It features the highest level of competition and dozens of Big Ten players are drafted into the NFL every year. Particular schools are even known for sending players at certain positions to the NFL. Wisconsin is known as "Running Back U," while Penn State has a reputation as “Linebacker U." Some of the most notable current Big Ten players in the NFL include: J.J. Watt (Wisconsin), Tom Brady (Michigan), Le’veon Bell (Michigan State) and Drew Brees (Purdue).