Joel Klatt, Gary Danielson, Todd Blackledge are familiar faces to B1G fans, but will become even more familiar next season and beyond as current and future television analysts on B1G games.

Klatt with FOX Sports, Danielson with CBS Sports and Blackledge with NBC Sports either have B1G roots, or currently call B1G games. Danielson, a former Purdue quarterback, is finishing up his final season with the “SEC on CBS” and will pivot to the B1G next season. Blackledge, the former star Penn State QB formerly of ESPN, is excited to join NBC and Peacock.

Klatt, a former Colorado QB who calls the “Big Noon Saturday” game with Gus Johnson, said “this is a super exciting time of year for all of us.”

Danielson added, “We’re so proud to be back in the great venues of the Big Ten. Looking so forward, a little transition year this year and then in 2024, doing that 3:30 game that CBS has done for so many years. Getting back into these great stadiums and doing the games and was wanting to mention that not only are we bringing us back, the announcers, we’re going to bring the music back too, which has been a big part of our game.”

For his part, Blackledge said, “Nothing beats primetime football in the college game. Saturday nights will take on a whole new meaning in the Big Ten this season, starting with an old-school rivalry game out in Happy Valley.”

Blackledge referred to Penn State’s game against West Virginia, which is set for 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 2 on NBC.