Purdue and Rutgers basketball play on Wednesday, Jan. 3, in West Lafayette, Ind. Find the game time, TV channel and how to watch online below.
Purdue-Rutgers basketball: Time, game information
Purdue and Rutgers play at 7:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2017.
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2017
Time: 7 p.m. ET
Location: West Lafayette, Ind.
What TV channel will Purdue-Rutgers be on?
The Purdue-Rutgers game will be televised on the Big Ten Network. You can find the Big Ten Network channel on your TV here.
Purdue-Rutgers basketball: Watch online
You can watch Purdue-Rutgers online at BTN2Go.com.
Purdue-Rutgers basketball preview
No. 13 Purdue rolls into the meat of the Big Ten slate on an nine-game winning streak with a 2-0 record already in conference and a 13-2 record overall. The Boilermakers are 9-0 at home and 2-0 away but just 2-2 at neutral sites.
Their two Big Ten wins came in an 80-75 victory at Maryland and a 74-69 victory at home against Northwestern both in early December.
Their two losses came at the Battle 4 Atlantis to Tennessee and Western Kentucky, though they rebounded to beat then No. 2 Arizona to close out the tournament.
This season, the Boilermakers are led by four players in double-digit scoring with Carsen Edwards at the top of the pack averaging 17.7 points per game.
Isaac Haas, Vincent Edwards and Dakota Mathias are all averaging 13-plus points as well. Carsen Edwards leads the team with 39 assists while Vincent Edwards has 38 and Ryan Cline has 34.
Vincent Edwards is also far and away the team leader in rebounds with 8.9 per game, while Haas is next with 5.3.
Defensively, Haas has 17 blocks while P.J. Thompson has 25 steals.
The Boilermakers average 87.2 points per game while holding opponents to just 64.2.
On the other side, Rutgers is 10-5 but 0-2 in conference, falling to now-No. 1 Michigan State and then-ranked Minnesota.
They are also on a two-game losing streak, falling in two straight home games to Stony Brook and Hartford in late December. The team did open the season 7-0 before its first two Big Ten games.
The team has a trio of double-digit scorers with Corey Sanders leading the way at 13.5 points per game. Geo Baker and Deshawn Freeman both also average over 11 points.
Baker leads the team with 59 assists, while Sanders is right behind him with 51. On the boards, Freeman leads averaging 8.9 per game and also has 18 blocks for the Scarlet Knights.
Also defensively, Sanders has 24 steals while Freeman has 22.
The Scarlet Knights average 71.8 points per game, while holding opponents to just 59.5.