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BIG TEN TOURNAMENT GAME DAY ESSENTIALS
No. 14 Nebraska (7-24, 2-18) vs. No. 11 Indiana (19-12, 9-11)
- Tip time: Wednesday / 8:30 p.m. ET (tip-time approximate)
- Location: Bankers Life Fieldhouse (20,000), Indianapolis, Ind.
- Television: BTN (Stream) — Brandon Gaudin and Stephen Bardo
- Series: Indiana leads 14-7 (Last meeting: Indiana won 82-74, 1/18/20)
- Point Spread: Vegas likes IU by around 14 points. KenPom likes IU by 10.
- Tickets (Seat Geek affiliate link)
THE BEST IN IU COVERAGE
- Indiana vs. Nebraska: Game Day Essentials and Analytics
- Nebraska’s Fred Hoiberg previews Big Ten Tournament game vs. Indiana
- IU Football: After challenging few months, Hoosiers tackle spring ready to build on memorable 2019
- Dick Vitale had harsh words for Archie Miller’s Sesame Street comments.
- Bracketology Page: Check out where IU stands.
- Tom Allen high on potential of linebacker group.
- IU Athletics carries on despite virus concerns.
- Men’s Swimming and Diving send 11 to NCAA Championships.
- IU Baseball fell to Evansville on Tuesday night.
- The Hoosiers host Cincinnati on Wednesday.
- The NCAA is planning to conduct the basketball tournaments with no fans.
Calbert Cheaney was on Indiana Sports Beat today. The segment begins at around the 18:30 mark and should begin simply by pressing play.
(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
— Indiana On BTN (@IndianaOnBTN) March 10, 2020
— Victor Oladipo (@VicOladipo) March 11, 2020
IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- 2022 guard Leland Walker was among those honored as the best in the MIC conference.
- A quick video clip of 2021 center Logan Duncomb:
— Logan Duncomb (@LoganDuncomb) March 11, 2020
Glimpse of skill set that brought Archie Miller & Tom Ostrom to Chicago on Valentine's Day. 2021 Notre Dame Catholic 6-5 shooting guard Louis Lesmond. Lateral movement, defense a concern. His shooting stroke is not. Illinois, Nebraska, Dayton, and Oklahoma offers at the moment. pic.twitter.com/AIL1UrtlJ3
— Nick Baumgart (@Nick_Baumgart) March 11, 2020
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