The Big Ten’s new media rights deal that began this season means Indiana will have several more men’s basketball games on streaming services than before.
Indiana has five games on Peacock, all during the conference slate. The most notable game of those five is the IU-Purdue game in Bloomington on January 16. The Hoosiers are also on Peacock for the December 5 game at Michigan, at Rutgers on January 9, at Ohio State on February 6, and against Wisconsin at home on February 27.
A regular Peacock subscription costs $5.99 per month, or $59.99 per year, plus tax. That comes with full access to the streaming service. Peacock also has a student discount for $1.99 per month.
IU has just one regular season contest scheduled for B1G+, when the Hoosiers host Kennesaw State on December 29. Both of the preseason exhibition games, against Indianapolis on October 29 and against Marian on November 3, are also on B1G+.
The B1G+ subscription costs $9.95 per month, if you sign up for the Indiana school pass. So if you want to watch the exhibition games and the Kennesaw State game, it would cost $19.90.
The rest of the schedule is mainly divided between Fox, FS1, and BTN. CBS has three games — Kansas, at Maryland, and Michigan State. The Empire Classic games and the Auburn game are on ESPN networks.