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Big Ten Football Media Days 2013 schedule: How (and who) to watch, plus live-blog updates

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The Big Ten Network (and BTN2Go mobile app) and ESPNU will both televise the event live Wednesday beginning at 11 a.m. ET with Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald and continuing through every conference coach and other conference luminaries.

The schedule for Wednesday's coach interviews is below (all times are Eastern), and follow along here as SB Nation's assembled team -- Brandon Folsom of Maize n Brew, Matt Brown and Zachary Clark of Land-Grant Holy Land, and Scott Wisniewski of Bucky's 5th Quarter, plus others from afar (Rodger Sherman, Luke Zimmermann, and Jason Kirk) -- shares news and notes and jokes.

Players including Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller and others from every team will go Thursday. Star Buckeyes cornerback Bradley Roby will not attend. No players are available Wednesday, and the only player who will speak from the podium is Penn State guard John Urschel, who will speak at the Big Ten Kickoff Luncheon on Thursday afternoon. No live television coverage of the Kickoff Luncheon is scheduled, but the Big Ten Network will show it in a tape-delayed special at 8 p.m. ET on Friday.

11 a.m.: Pat Fitzgerald, Northwestern

11:15 a.m.: Darrell Hazell, Purdue

11:30 a.m.: Gary Andersen, Wisconsin

12 p.m.: Tim Beckman, Illinois

12:15 p.m.: Kevin Wilson, Indiana

12:30 p.m.: Brady Hoke, Michigan

1 p.m.: Bo Pelini, Nebraska

1:15 p.m.: Mark Dantonio, Michigan State

1:30 p.m.: Urban Meyer, Ohio State

2 p.m.: Jerry Kill, Minnesota

2:15 p.m.: Bill O'Brien, Penn State

2:30 p.m.: Kirk Ferentz, Iowa

2:45 p.m.: Mark Silverman, Big Ten Network president

3 p.m.: Scott Jenkins, Tournament of Roses president

3:15 p.m.: Jim Delany, Big Ten commissioner

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