The event kicks off on Wednesday, July 24 in Chicago and the BTN will present five hours of live coverage including the press conferences from each of the 12 coaches, BTN President Mark Silverman, Tournament of Roses President Scott Jenkins and Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany.
ESPN will also air the opening session starting at 11 a.m. ET and will show each press conferences either live or tape-delayed. In addition, the select coaches and players will appear live on ESPN’s SportsCenter, College Football Live or on ESPNU.
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