After a great bounce-back win against Nebraska, Indiana basketball jumps back into non-conference action against the Arizona Wildcats in Las Vegas. The game will air at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and will be broadcasted on FOX.
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In a historic night for Trayce Jackson-Davis, Indiana picked up a much-needed 81-65 victory in Big Ten play over Nebraska. The Hoosiers now move to 1-1 in the conference, jumping back into non-conference play on Saturday in the Las Vegas Clash against No. 10 Arizona.
Indiana basketball looks to go even in Big Ten play on Wednesday night, as the Hoosiers host the 6-3 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Assembly Hall. It will be an 8:30 p.m. tipoff and will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
In any sport, the game after a big win is almost as hard as winning the big game itself, especially when you win at home. There’s so much effort that goes into winning that game, that the game after might be considered a trap game. And Indiana basketball finds itself in one of those situations at 4 p.m. Saturday against Rutgers.
What an environment it was at Assembly Hall on Wednesday night, as IU soundly defeated the North Carolina Tar Heels 77-65. Trayce Jackson-Davis led the Hoosiers in scoring with 21 followed up by Xavier Johnson with 20 points. This is Indiana’s first ranked win of the season, adding to a strong resume to start out the season going along with the win at Xavier.
Wednesday night is a night Hoosier basketball fans have been looking forward to for a long time, as the North Carolina Tar Heels travel to Bloomington to take on the Hoosiers. The game will air at 9:15 p.m. on ESPN.
For the second year in a row, Indiana football ended its season losing to its archrival Purdue, 30-16. The Hoosiers end their season at 4-8, making this back-to-back years without going to a bowl game.
Well, the Old Oaken Bucket Game is finally here, as Indiana football enters its final game of the season against its arch rival Purdue Boilermakers at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The Hoosiers hope to build off their confidence after a thrilling overtime win 39-31 over Michigan State, and they’d certainly like to get the bucket back after being soundly defeated last year.
Indiana now shifts its attention to the second game of three in the Hoosier Classic, taking on the Little Rock Trojans at Assembly Hall. Tip off will be at 6:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.
Indiana basketball used a dominant second half to roll past the Miami Redhawks with a final score of 86-56. The Hoosiers will be back in action at Assembly Hall on Wednesday when the Little Rock Trojans come to Bloomington.
To say Friday’s game was a roller coaster for Hoosier fans is an understatement. It felt like there were many opportunities where Indiana had the game won, and that the game would slip away at the same time. Nevertheless, IU won 81-79 to improve to 3-0 on the season with Miami of Ohio next on the schedule on Sunday in Indianapolis.
After an impressive 101-49 victory over Bethune-Cookman, the Indiana Hoosiers basketball team shifts its attention to the annual Gavitt Games, where IU will play the Xavier Musketeers. This will be one of IU’s toughest tests in this non conference stretch, and it's going to take a total team effort to get a win in Cincinnati on Friday.
Coming off their sixth consecutive loss, the Indiana Hoosiers have quite the task ahead of them on Saturday afternoon, as they travel to Columbus to take on the No. 2 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes at the Horseshoe. The game will kick off at noon and can be seen on FOX.
After a little bit of a sluggish start, Indiana men’s basketball got back on track to start out the 2022-2023 season 1-0 with an 88-53 victory over Morehead State.
After a 14-0 lead to the ballgame against Rutgers on Saturday, the Indiana offense was unable to get any more offensive production for the rest of the game, resulting in a 24-17 loss for the Hoosiers. This loss hurts the chances Indiana has to make a bowl game, as the team will have to win three of its final four games in order to qualify.
Last Saturday Indiana suffered its fourth loss of the season to the Maryland Terrapins 38-33 at Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers now fall to 1-3 in the Big Ten and sit tied for second to last place in the Big Ten East.
Coming off a 35-21 loss in Lincoln to Nebraska, Indiana football without a doubt faces its most challenging task of the season Saturday afternoon back at home against the No. 4 Michigan Wolverines. Since this is Indiana’s first game against a Big Ten East opponent this year, it is essential that Indiana plays a flawless game to hang around with a very talented Michigan team.
Indiana suffered its second loss of the season in the hands of the Nebraska Cornhuskers 35-21 Saturday night. The Hoosiers now fall to 3-2 on the season, with an absolute gauntlet coming up for the rest of the season.
After a tough end to the non-conference schedule with a 45-24 loss to Cincinnati, the Hoosiers now jump back to Big Ten play against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Lincoln. The game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. Eastern and you can catch it on the Big Ten Network.
Indiana’s first road game defending its three-game winning streak sure was not the prettiest of games, as IU fell to the Cincinnati Bearcats 45-24. The Hoosiers fall to 3-1 on the season with a crucial game in Lincoln against the Nebraska Cornhuskers coming up.