Old Trapper Teams Up with The Big Ten Conference
As the Official Beef Jerky of the Big Ten conference, Old Trapper can't wait for the new football season to kick off. Big Ten fans can catch Old Trapper on their tv screens during broadcasts and in person. Here's what's coming up this year.
We're All-In During the Big Ten Football Season
The Old Trapper team provided beef jerky to ensure the media was fueled up for their long days interviewing coaches during Big Ten Media Days at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. Hunger doesn't stand a chance against this crew.
When the season commences, Old Trapper asks, "What's Your Beef" during segments of The B1G College Football Show on The Big Ten Network. Tune in to catch the best and worst of the games each week.
Old Trapper will also be on-site during the Big Ten Fan Fest at the end of the season, offering fun activities for attendees of the Football Championship Game.
Giveaways at the Conference Basketball Tournament
The fun doesn't stop with football season. Last year we celebrated the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament with an on-site promotion and special fan giveaway. Stay tuned for more fun as the 2023-2024 basketball season tips off.
Fun in the Sun During Men's Baseball
Old Trapper also rewarded fans who traveled to Omaha for the 2023 Men's Conference Baseball Tournament. During each game, we gave free Old Trapper Beef Sticks to the row cheering loudest. We can't wait to watch Big Ten student-athletes succeed this year on and off the field. Grab a bag of Old Trapper and join us!
About the Big 10
In 1895, representatives from seven universities gathered in Chicago to begin organizing intercollegiate athletics. Now, more than 125 years later, Big Ten programs have combined to win more than 450 team and 1,800 individual national championships, fulfilling the conference's mission of academic achievement and athletic success.
The Big Ten includes 14 institutions: University of Illinois, Indiana University, University of Iowa, University of Maryland, University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Minnesota, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Northwestern University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, Purdue University, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, and University of Wisconsin-Madison.