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GAME DAY ESSENTIALS
Minnesota (13-15, 7-11) at Indiana (18-11, 8-10)
- Tip time: Wednesday / 7 p.m. ET
- Location: Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall (17,222), Bloomington, Ind.
- Television: FS1 (Stream)
- Series: Indiana leads 102-69 (Last meeting: Indiana won 68-56, 2/19/20)
- Point Spread: Vegas likes IU by around 3.5 points. KenPom likes IU by 2.
- Tickets (Seat Geek affiliate link)
THE BEST IN IU COVERAGE
- Minnesota at Indiana: Game Day Essentials and Analytics
- Opposing View: Future of Gophers at forefront in final games.
- Guard Grace Berger has become a leading voice for IU Women.
- IU Track and Field’s Helmer and Coulon are honored by Big Ten.
- Celtics’ Romeo Langford’s confidence is growing in Boston.
- Raptors’ OG Anunoby is surging and a key ingredient for Raptors.
- Rival Watch: Kentucky “manhandled” by Tennessee.
- Scheduling Note: Indiana baseball home opener at 3 p.m. ET Wednesday vs. Purdue.
- Reminder: You can always find the latest bracketologies and rankings right here and on our IU Basketball drop down.
Highlights from Indiana’s first meeting with Minnesota.
From last year — always good to listen to Dane Fife reflect on his time at Indiana.
(Tip: Pull this post up every day on your commute and listen to the most relevant daily IU content rather than whatever happens to be on the radio)
TWEETS OF THE DAY
Assistant Coach Mike Roberts breaks down our Minnesota scouting report. pic.twitter.com/wJieffTIhv
— Indiana Basketball (@IndianaMBB) March 4, 2020
IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- Class of 2021 names to know: In-state wing Brooks Barnhizer.
- Note: Per a source, Blanchester, Ohio 2021 guard Brayden Sipple will be at tonight’s game. Averages 33 points per game.
- No. 6 Culver outlasts South Bend Riley and Blake Wesley behind 20 from Trey Galloway.
- No. 1 Bloomington South cruises in sectional opener behind 18 from Anthony Leal.
- Kobe Webster, an Indianapolis product that scored 18 against Indiana in November is in the transfer portal.
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