For the first time in the history of the NCAA, Nebraska basketball will be on ESPNU in 2017-18.
It’s a significant development that will give the program a much more significant platform on which to showcase its talent.
The NCAA announced on Monday that the conference will now allow ESPN to carry the games for the second straight year, and the new format will be announced later this week.ESPNU’s coverage will be based on the new ESPN3 platform, which is set to be unveiled in December.
The new platform will include an increased capacity, which will allow for increased capacity for ESPN3 programming.
It will also offer additional sports coverage, including basketball, baseball, and women’s soccer.
The change in format will allow the Big Ten Network to expand its basketball coverage to Nebraska and will allow Big Ten Networks to offer more college football games in a variety of formats.
It is expected that Nebraska will have an ESPN2 option, although there is no word yet on how many games will be televised on ESPN2 or if it will have a home-and-home series with Wisconsin or Iowa.
Nebraska athletic director Dave Boren said in a statement that he is “excited” to be part of the new structure and is “delighted to be able to help support our football team” in 2017.
The Big Ten has long been a favorite of college basketball’s powerhouses, but the conference is still considered a little bit under the radar.
In a conference that has been in the top 25 of the latest AP Top 25 rankings every season since 2007, the Big 10 still seems like a relatively weak conference.
That was even after it became the Big East in 2016, and its two conferences combined have not made it to the NCAA tournament since 2004.
But the conference has had its share of ups and downs in recent years.
In 2016, it lost five of its final six games, including its final three to Louisville, Michigan State, and Purdue.
In 2017, it was shut out for the first consecutive season, and then fell to Indiana, Iowa State, Illinois, and Nebraska in the Big 12 tournament.
In 2019, it suffered a blow to its NCAA tournament hopes when it lost to Kentucky.
The conference will be looking for more consistency this season, but Boren expects the Big Eight and Big 12 to continue their strong play.
Boren said Nebraska is the first conference to have an increased television capacity since the Pac-12 and Big Ten joined the Big Four and Big Five in 2021.
The league is also looking to build on the success of its basketball program, which has been one of the best in the country for the past three seasons.
Nebraska is one of just five schools in the nation to average at least 1,000 points per game, and that number has doubled from the previous two seasons.
It was No. 1 last season.
The Badgers were ranked No. 6 in the AP Top 100 this season and No. 11 in the final poll of coaches in the Associated Press poll.