Indiana and Penn State meet in a Big Ten basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. Both the Hoosiers and the Nittany Lions are looking to get above .500 in conference play. Find the game time, TV information and how to watch the game online below.
Indiana-Penn State basketball game time, information
Time 6:30 p.m. ET
Date: Tuesday, Jan. 9
Location: Assembly Hall, Bloomington, Ind.
What TV channel is Indiana-Penn State basketball on?
The game will air on the Big Ten Network.
How can I watch Indiana-Penn State basketball online?
The Indiana-Penn State game will be streaming on BTN2Go.
Indiana-Penn State basketball preview
Both the Hoosiers and Nittany Lions enter Tuesday’s game at 2-2 in the middle of a crowded Big Ten. Both sides are coming off of victories. The Hoosiers were 75-71 winners over Minnesota on the road Saturday afternoon. Indiana got 20-point performances from three players in the win over the Gophers. Robert Johnson had 28 points, while Justin Smith and Juwan Morgan evenly split 40 points.
“A couple guys really stepped up with the opportunity given to them in the absence of a couple players today. I was really proud of Justin Smith, he really stepped up and played today for us on both ends,” Indiana coach Archie Miller said. “That was by far the best game of his career. I think Juwan and Rob were also fantastic. Freddie in his 15 minutes was really important, especially in the first half with the way he rebounded the ball for us. Most importantly we had a group that came to battle, and I’m proud of them.”
Penn State beat Northwestern on Friday night thanks in large part to 30 points from Lamar Stevens. The Nittany Lions’ win over the Wildcats came three days after faltering on the road against Maryland.
“We don’t have to take a big, giant step. That’s not how this works,” Penn State coach Pat Chambers said after beating Northwestern. “Take small steps and continue to fight and compete on every possession and I felt like Wednesday in film, we did that. They were dialed in, specifically the starters, and then Thursday we had an incredible 90-minute practice where they just went after each other. So, I felt very good coming into the game that we were going to compete at a high level.”