BTN2Go joins mobile TV ballgame

The Big Ten Network is becoming the latest content concern to test the waters for mobile apps featuring live video streaming. The network announced BTN2Go, which as the name suggests, allows football-crazed alumni of the increasingly bigger Big Ten to watch games live while on the go.

No longer will you have to put up with your friend who went to (insert-least-favorite-Big-Ten-school-here) staying home on a beautiful Saturday to scream at the TV instead of playing golf with you. Now, he'll join you for a round, and instead will be screaming at his phone during your backswing.

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