BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The excitement is back with Indiana basketball now that former Hoosier star Mike Woodson is at the helm and has made a substantial roster upgrade. And now the school has put together a six-game ticket package to help fans pack Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.

Six games, including a Big Ten matchup with Ohio State on Jan. 6, will make up the 2021-22 Mini-Series Ticket package, which is now on sale. The package is available for games in which our student season ticket holders are home for Thanksgiving and Christmas break. Main Level seats for the six games are available for $288, while Balcony tickets sell for $180.

The Mini-Series includes all three contests of the Hoosier Challenge with games against Louisiana (Sunday, Nov. 21), Jackson State (Tuesday, Nov. 23), and Marshall (Saturday, Nov. 27) over Thanksgiving week.

Indiana will host a pair of games surrounding the Christmas holiday with matchups on Wednesday, Dec. 22 against Northern Kentucky and Wednesday, Dec. 29 versus UNC- Asheville. Finally, IU will host a much anticipated Big Ten tussle on Thursday, Jan. 6 when the Hoosiers take on Ohio State prior to the start of the second semester.

The IU Ticket office is open Monday thru Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or call or text 912-855-4006.

To purchase the mini-series packages, CLICK HERE to link to Indiana's ticket office.  

Indiana's basketball season begins on Tuesday, Nov. 9 with a home game at Assembly Hall against Eastern Michigan. To view the complete schedule, CLICK HERE

UPDATE: Hoosiers Hysteria is Saturday, Oct. 2. It was announced on Tuesday that the event will start at 4 p.m. ET and last about 90 minutes. It was announced Monday that the Hoosiers' will play at 7:30 p.m. ET on Oct. 2.

The official announcement is expected to come sometime this week.  

  • HOOSIER HYSTERIA: The start time is now set for Hoosier Hysteria on Saturday, Oct. 2 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. It's the rollout for the season for Indiana's men's and women's basketball teams. CLICK HERE
  • JACKSON-DAVIS HONORED: Indiana junior forward Trayce Jackson-Davis is in the top five of Andy Katz's list of the top-25 returning college basketball players this season. It's part of his NCAA March Madness podcast. CLICK HERE