The Minnesota Golden Gophers basketball team travels to take on the Indiana Hoosiers in a Big Ten clash at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday, February 9 in Bloomington, Indiana.
The Gophers come in on a six-game losing streak and now sit at 14-12 overall and 3-10 in conference, putting them in 11th heading into contest. In their last game, they fell to Nebraska 91-85 on Tuesday.
On the other side, the Hoosiers have lost four of their last five but are fresh off a 65-43 win over Rutgers on Monday. They sit at 13-12 overall and 6-7 in conference, good for eighth place.
You can find the time, TV, web and radio information and game preview below.
Minnesota-Indiana basketball: Game time, information
Minnesota and Indian play at 7:30 p.m. ET on Friday, February 9 in Bloomington, Indiana.
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Date: Friday, February 9, 2018
Location: Bloomington, Indiana
How can I watch the Minnesota-Indiana basketball game on TV and online?
You can watch the Minnesota and Indiana TV broadcast on Fox Sports 1. You can find FS1 here.
To watch Minnesota and Indiana online, you can go to FoxSportsGo.com.
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Minnesota-Indiana basketball preview
The Gophers have been wracked by injury and other issues which have been a big part of their slide but they still have two healthy players in double digits to lead the team in scoring.
Jordan Murphy leads the way with 17.7 points, while Nate Mason has 16.4 right behind him.
Mason also leads the team with 109 assists, while freshman Isaiah Washington has 66.
On the boards, Murphy averages 11.7 rebounds per game but the absence of Reggie Lynch has hampered the Gophers on the glass.
Defensively, Murphy has 28 blocks to lead the team which is missing Lynch in that respect as well. Murphy and Mason both lead with 26 steals too while Washington has 24.
As a squad, the Gophers average 78 points per game while allowing 74.3.
The Hoosiers average 71.3 points per game as a squad and have a very narrow positive margin as they allow 70 points per game to opponents.
also have just two everyday players in double-digit scoring, as Juwan Morgan leads the team with 16.8 points per game while Robert Johnson gets 13.4 points a night.
Josh Newkirk leads the team in assists with 68 and Johnson has 62 right behind him.
On the boards, Morgan is far and away the leading rebounder with 7.3 points per game. Robert Johnson averages 4.5 boards and De’Ron Davis gets 4.3 per night.
Defensively, Morgan leads with 33 blocks, while Devonte Green has 22. In terms of steals, Zach McRoberts has 32 steals and Morgan has 26.