Indiana Men's Basketball 2020-21 Schedule

Indiana enters the 2020-21 men's basketball season coming off a 20-12 record from a year ago. This is Archie Miller's fourth season at the helm of the program.
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Here is the complete schedule for Indiana basketball during this 2020-21 season:

Indiana 2020-21 Basketball Schedule

DATE — DAY — OPPONENT — SITE — TIME — TV

Nov. 25 — Indiana 89, Tennessee Tech 59

Trayce Jackson-Davis had 26 points and 11 rebounds in the Hoosiers' 89-59 win over Tennessee Tech in the season opener at Assembly Hall in Bloomington. 

Nov. 30 — Indiana 79, Providence 58

Race Thompson had 22 points and 13 rebounds, both career highs, as Indiana won over Providence 79-58 in the first round of the Maui Invitational in Asheville, North Carolina.

Dec. 1 – Texas 66, Indiana 44

Indiana struggled on offense from start to finish, losing to Texas 66-44. It's the lowest output in nearly 11 years for the Hoosiers in the semifinal loss to Texas in the Maui Invitatonal in Asheville, N.C.

Dec. 2 — Indiana 79, Stanford 63

Trayce Jackson-Davis had a career-high 31 points and Armaan Franklin had an impressive performance on both sides of the ball as the Hoosiers beat Stanford 79-63 to capture third place of the Maui Invitational.

Dec. 9 — Florida State 69, Indiana 67 (OT)

Trayce Jackson-Davis had 25 points and 17 rebounds for Indiana, but the Hoosiers lost to Florida State when Seminoles freshman Scottie Barnes scored on a shot with 1.8 seconds left to win 69-67 in overtime in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in Tallahassee, Fla. 

Dec. 13 – Indiana 87, North Alabama 52

Armaan Franklin hit five three-pointers and scored 19 points as Indiana had its best perimeter shooting night of the season in an easy 87-52 win over North Alabama in Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.

Dec. 19 — Indiana 68, Butler 60 

Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 21 points and Armaan Franklin added a career-high 20 points as Indiana used a second-half rally to beat Butler 68-60 in the Crossroads Classic in Indianapolis. 

Dec. 23 – Northwestern 74, Indiana 67

Northwestern got 17 second-half points from Chase Audige as the Wildcats came back to beat Indiana in its Big Ten home opener, 74-67. The Hoosiers trailed by double-digits in the first half and got back ahead by four, but Northwestern was too much down the stretch.

Dec. 26 — Illinois 69, Indiana 60

Ayo Dosunmu scored 17 points in the final nine minutes as Illinois roared back to beat Indiana in Champaign, Ill. It spoiled a great day for Indiana guard Armaan Franklin, who had a career-high 23 points.

Dec. 30 — Indiana 87, Penn State 85 (OT)

Rob Phinisee hit a jump shot just inside the free throw line to give Indiana its first Big Ten win. He had 11 points and Al Durham added 18 in a bounce-back game for both veteran guards.

Jan. 4 — Indiana 63, Maryland 55

Trayce Jackson-Davis had 22 points and 15 rebounds as he led Indiana to an impressive second-half comeback over the Terrapins in Assembly Hall. Race Thompson also contributed with a double-double, finishing with 13 and 11.

Jan. 7  —  Wisconsin 80, Indiana 73 (2OT)

Indiana went toe-to-toe on the road with Wisconsin, charging back to take a lead but unable to make a stop at the end of regulation and the first overtime.

Jan. 10 — Indiana 84, Nebraska 76

Indiana gets an early offensive explosion from Rob Phinisee and then makes several stops down the stretch to steal a Big Ten road win. 

Jan. 14 – Purdue 81, Indiana 69

Purdue made 11-of-17 three-pointers and then held Indiana without a basket for six minutes in the second half to win its eighth game in a row in the rivalry.

Jan. 17 – Indiana at Michigan State (ppd.)

Indiana's game on Sunday has been postponed because of COVID-19 issues inside the Michigan State basketball program. It will be rescheduled to another date.

Remaining schedule

Jan. 21 (Thursday) — at Iowa Iowa City, Iowa TBA (TV: FOX Sports 1)

Jan. 24 (Sunday) — Rutgers Bloomington, Ind. Noon ET (TV: Big Ten Network)

Jan. 30 (Saturday) — at Michigan Ann Arbor, Mich. 1 p.m. ET (TV: CBS)

Feb. 2 (Tuesday) — Illinois Bloomington, Ind. TBA (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)

Feb. 7 (Sunday) — Iowa Bloomington, Ind. (TV: FOX)

Feb. 10 (Wednesday) — at Northwestern Evanston, Ill. TBA (TV: BTN)

Feb. 13 (Saturday) — at Ohio State Columbus, Ohio TBA (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)

Feb. 17 (Wednesday) — Minnesota Bloomington, Ind. TBA (TV: BTN)

Feb.20 (Saturday) — Michigan State Bloomington, Ind. TBA (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)

Feb. 24 (Wednesday) — at Rutgers Piscataway, N.J. TBA (TV: BTN)

Feb. 27 (Saturday) — Michigan Bloomington, Ind. TBA (TV: FOX)

March 6 (Saturday) — at Purdue West Lafayette, Ind. TBA (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)

March 10-14 — Big Ten Tournament, United Center, Chicago, Ill. 

March 17 to April 5 — NCAA Tournament