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Indiana Men's Basketball Schedule 2022-23 Season With Dates, Gametimes, TV

The 2022-2023 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball schedule is set. Here is the full schedule, with dates, gametimes and TV information, plus links to the stories on the games already played.
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Updated Thursday, Jan. 25, 7:05 a.m. ET

The 2022-2023 Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball schedule is set, and the highly anticipated season begins on Nov. 7. Here is the full schedule, with dates, gametimes and TV information, plus links to the stories on the games already played.

Indiana will play 20 conference games this year, but the Hoosiers also have a much more difficult nonconference schedule, with huge marquee matchups against defending national champion Kansas, preseason No. 1 North Carolina, Arizona and Xavier.

Here is the compete schedule, with links to our stories from games already played:

Nov. 7: Indiana 88, Morehead State 53

  • When/where: Monday, Nov. 7 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 1-0; Morehead State 0-1
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis and Malik Reneau each had 15 points and Jordan Geromino led Indiana's bench on several long runs in the Hoosiers' 88-53 victory over Morehead State on Monday in their season opener. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Here are 15 pictures from Indiana's game. CLICK HERE
  • Mike Woodson video: Here is the video and transcript from Mike Woodson's postgame interview. CLICK HERE

Nov. 10: Indiana 101, Bethune-Cookman 49

  • When/where: Thursday, Nov. 7 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 2-0; Bethune-Cookman 0-2
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 21 points on 9-of-10 shooting, and No. 13 Indiana made 10 three-pointers and 21-of-22 free throws in a convincing 101-49 rout of Bethune-Cookman. CLICK HERE
  • Mike Woodson video: Here is the video and transcript from Mike Woodson's postgame interview. CLICK HERE
  • Miller Kopp/Trey Galloway video: Here is the video and transcript from Miller Kopp and Trey Galloway after the game. CLICK HERE

Nov. 18: Indiana 81, Xavier 79

  • When/where: Friday, Nov. 18 at Cintas Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. 
  • Records: Indiana 3-0; Xavier 3-1
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 30 points and Xavier Johnson added 23 as Indiana won its first nonconference road game since 2011 with an 81-79 win at Xavier. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: In the closing minutes of Indiana's 81-79 victory over Xavier on Friday night, it was freshman Malik Reneau who got all the playing time down the stretch, and he responded in a big way for coach Mike Woodson. "I trust him,'' Woodson said. CLICK HERE 

Nov. 20: Indiana 86, Miami of Ohio 56

  • When/where: Sunday, Nov. 20 at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Ind. 
  • Records: Indiana 4-0; Miami of Ohio 1-4
  • Game story: Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis had 17 points and 16 rebounds and eight other Hoosiers scored six points or more as the No. 12 Hoosiers claimed their fourth straight win with an 86-56 win over Miami of Ohio on Sunday in Indianapolis. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: There are a lot of Indiana fans who aren't all that thrilled with Miller Kopp, but Mike Woodson and Trayce Jackson-Davis will tell you that he's an important part of this team. His impact so far has been impressive. CLICK HERE
  • Miami locker room:  Miami of Ohio hung with Indiana for the majority of the first half, but Redhawks coach Travis Steele thought the Hoosiers' size, strength and athleticism wore his team down as the game went on. Here's Jack's opposing locker room story. CLICK HERE 

Nov. 23: Indiana 87, Little Rock 68

  • When/where: Wednesday, Nov. 23 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 5-0; Little Rock 2-4.
  • Game story: Race Thompson had a near-perfect shooting night and scored 20 points for just the second time in his career in an 87-68 win over Little Rock. He picked up the slack with ''banged up'' star Trayce Jackson-Davis missing his first-ever game at Indiana after 98 straight starts. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana raised its record to 5-0 on Wednesday night with an 86-67 victory over Little Rock at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Here's what coach Mike Woodson had to say after the game, either in video form or the full transcript. CLICK HERE

Nov. 25: Indiana 90, Jackson State 51

  • When/where: Friday, Nov. 25 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 6-0; Jackson State 0-5.
  • Game story: There was talk all offseason about how much Indiana sophomore Tamar Bates had expanded his game, and it all blossomed on Friday when he scored a career-high 22 points in the Hoosiers' 90-51 rout of Jackson State. Indiana is 6-0, with No. 1 North Carolina next on Wednesday in Bloomington. CLICK HERE

Nov. 30: Indiana 77, North Carolina 65

  • When/where: Wednesday, Nov. 30 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 7-0; North Carolina 5-3.
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 21 points and guards Jalen Hood-Schifino and Xavier Johnson book-ended an emphatic 77-65 win over preseason No. 1 North Carolina on Wednesday night, leading the Hoosiers to their seventh straight win. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Indiana took on North Carolina on Wednesday night in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, winning 77-65 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Here is a collection of some of the best photos from the game. CLICK HERE

Dec. 3: Rutgers 63, Indiana 48

  • When/where: Saturday, Dec. 3 at Jersey Mike's Arena in Piscataway, N.J.
  • Records: Indiana 7-1, 0-1 in the Big Ten; Rutgers 6-2, 1-0 in the Big Ten.
  • Game story: Indiana struggled to shoot the ball and got whipped on the boards in a 63-48 loss to Rutgers on Saturday in their Big Ten opener. It was the Hoosiers' first loss of the season, but their sixth straight against the Scarlet Knights. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Poor shooting and a lack of toughness did in Indiana at Rutgers on Saturday, and it raised some red flags as to how good this team can be. Even the Rutgers players knew they could be more physical than Indiana, and they were. For Indiana, will those lessons be learned? CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis said: The scrappy Rutgers defense had a simple plan, and that was to take star forward Trayce Jackson-Davis away from Indiana, and force others to beat them. The plan worked to perfection. Here is Trayce's complete postgame interview, with both video and the transcript. CLICK HERE
  • MILLER KOPP VIDEO: Here's what Indiana forward Miller Kopp said after Saturday's loss to Rutgers. CLICK HERE
  • PHOTO GALLERY: Indiana's basketball game at Rutgers might not have been very pretty on Saturday, but the pictures sure were. Here's our photo gallery from the game, with lots of wonderful images. CLICK HERE

Dec. 7: Indiana 81, Nebraska 65

  • When/where: Wednesday, Dec. 7 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. 
  • Records: Indiana 8-1, 1-1 in the Big Ten; Nebraska 6-4, 0-1 in the Big Ten.
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis had the third triple-double in school history and Indiana basketball had four players finish with double-digit scoring in a 81-65 win over Nebraska. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Poor shooting and a lack of toughness did in Indiana at Rutgers on Saturday, and it raised some red flags as to how good this team can be. Even the Rutgers players knew they could be more physical than Indiana, and they were. For Indiana, will those lessons be learned? CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis, Trey Galloway said: Trayce Jackson-Davis recorded the third triple-double in Indiana men's basketball history, and Trey Galloway scored a career-high 20 points as Indiana defeated Nebraska 81-65 on Wednesday at Assembly Hall. Here's the full transcript of Jackson-Davis and Galloway's postgame press conference with video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana basketball defeated Nebraska 81-65 on Wednesday at Assembly Hall to move to 8-1 on the season. Here's the full transcript of coach Mike Woodson's postgame press conference with video attached. CLICK HERE

Dec. 10: Arizona 89, Indiana 75

  • When/where: Saturday, Dec. 10 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.
  • Records: Indiana 8-2, Arizona 8-1
  • Game story: Arizona's dominant big men were too much for Indiana. The Hoosiers fell behind by 19 points early and made several comebacks, but couldn't get over the hump. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Indiana didn't have all the answers in how best to attack Arizona on Saturday, and it led to an 89-75 loss. But the Hoosiers can take away a lot from this nonconference showdown as well, and the learning experience will definitely pay off during the Big Ten season. CLICK HERE
  • What Race Thompson said: Indiana forward Race Thompson scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds, but it wasn't enough to take down No. 10 Arizona on Saturday. Here's what Thompson said after the game, with video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Xavier Johnson said: Indiana point guard Xavier Johnson scored 11 points with 11 rebounds on Saturday, but the Hoosiers were outmatched in a 89-75 loss to Arizona. Here's what Johnson said after the game. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Indiana might have lost in Las Vegas, but Hoosier Nation showed out. Here's our photo gallery from the weekend. CLICK HERE

Dec. 17: Kansas 84, Indiana 62

  • When/where: Saturday, Dec. 17 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kan. 
  • Records: Indiana 8-3, Kansas 10-1
  • Game story: Indiana wanted to beef up its schedule to see where it stands against Final Four-caliber teams, but the Hoosiers got thumped for the second straight Saturday, losing at Kansas 84-62 in an ugly game with 23 turnovers and several defensive lapses. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Indiana wanted to test themselves against the best in December, but double-digit losses to Arizona and Kansas have proven that they are Final Four-caliber teams, and Indiana isn't. The goal is to learn from it and get better. If that happens, then maybe we'll think differently about this team down the road. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana got blown out by a top-10 team for the second weekend in a row, and Hoosiers coach Mike Woodson wasn't happy about it. He was especially upset about their 23 turnovers and effort. Here's the video of his postgame press conference, and the full transcript as well. CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis said: Trayce Jackson-Davis finished with 13 points on 4-for-8 shooting, nine blocked shots, six rebounds and three turnovers in Indiana's 84-62 loss at Kansas on Saturday. Here's what Jackson-Davis said. CLICK HERE

Dec. 20: Indiana 96, Elon 72

  • When/where: Tuesday, Dec. 20 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. 
  • Records: Indiana 9-3, Elon 2-11
  • Game story: Without leading scorers Trayce Jackson-Davis and Xavier Johnson, Mike Woodson experimented with new rotations. Freshman CJ Gunn and sophomore Logan Duncomb finished with career highs in points, and Race Thompson led the way with an 18-point, 11-rebound double-double. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Here's what coach Mike Woodson said after the game, with the full transcript and video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Miller Kopp, C.J. Gunn said: Indiana freshman CJ Gunn scored a career-high 11 points, and Miller Kopp added 13 as the Hoosiers defeated Elon 96-72 on Tuesday at Assembly Hall. Here's the full transcript of what Kopp and Gunn said after the game. CLICK HERE
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Dec. 23: Indiana 69, Kennesaw State 55

  • When/where: Friday, Dec. 23 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 10-3, Kennesaw State 8-5
  • Game story: Tamar Bates scored 19 points and Jalen Hood-Schifino added 18 as the Indiana guards took over the game late to lead the Hoosiers to a hard-fought 69-55 win over Kennesaw State on Friday at Assembly Hall. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Here's what coach Mike Woodson said after the game, with the full transcript and video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Tamar Bates said: Indiana guard Tamar Bates had 19 points and keyed the Hoosiers' second-half run. Here are his postgame comments. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Take a look at 20 action photos from inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall as the Hoosiers take down Kennesaw State in their final non-conference game of the season ahead of a 13-day break. CLICK HERE

Jan. 5: Iowa 91, Indiana 89

  • When/where: Thursday, Jan. 5 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Records: Indiana 10-4, 1-2 in Big Ten; Iowa 9-6, 1-3 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Indiana let a big lead slip away and lost to Iowa 91-89 Thursday night despite a heroic 30-point, 9-rebound night from Trayce Jackson-Davis. It was a painful loss too, because senior forward Race Thompson left with a serious knee injury. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Here's what coach Mike Woodson said after the game, with the full transcript and video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis said: Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis had 30 points. Here are his postgame comments. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Take a look at 15 action photos from Indiana's game with Iowa. CLICK HERE 

Jan. 8: Northwestern 84, Indiana 83

  • When/where: Sunday, Jan. 8 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 10-5, 1-3 in Big Ten; Northwestern 12-3, 3-1 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Jalen Hood-Schifino scored a freshman-high 33 points and Trayce Jackson-Davis had 24 rebounds, the most by an Indiana player since 1971, but it still wasn't enough in a disappointing 84-83 loss to Northwestern. It was the Hoosiers' first home loss of the season. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Here's what coach Mike Woodson said after the game, with the full transcript and video attached. CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis and Jalen Hood-Schifino said: Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis had 24 rebounds and Jalen Hood-Schifino had 33 points. Here are their postgame comments. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Take a look at 15 action photos from Indiana's game with Iowa. CLICK HERE 

Jan. 11: Penn State 85, Indiana 66

  • When/where: Wednesday, Jan. 11 at Bryce Jordan Center in State College, Pa.
  • Records: Indiana 10-6, 1-4 in Big Ten; Penn State 12-5, 3-3 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Indiana allowed Penn State to make a school-record 18 three-pointers and it all added up to an ugly 85-66 loss in State College. It was the largest margin of victory ever for Penn State in the 56-game series. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Indiana was 7-0 and No. 10 in the country as we rolled into December, but they are a mess now as they spiral down to the Big Ten cellar. There's one statistic that clearly shows the difference in these two teams, what Indiana was, and what it is now. CLICK HERE
  • What Trey Galloway said: Indiana junior guard Trey Galloway met with the media via Zoom following Indiana's 85-66 loss to Penn State on Wednesday night. Here's the full transcript of his interview, plus the full video. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana coach Mike Woodson met with the media via Zoom on Wednesday night after the Hoosiers lost 85-66 to Penn State, dropping to 1-4 in the Big Ten and 10-6 overall.Here is the full transcript of his postgame press conference. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Take a look at 15 action photos from Indiana's game at Penn  CLICK HERE

Jan. 14: Indiana 63, Wisconsin 45

  • When/where: Saturday, Jan. 14 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
  • Records: Indiana 11-6, 2-4 in Big Ten; No. 18 Wisconsin 11-5, 3-3 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Indiana looked lost during a recent three-game losing streak, but they completely flipped the script on Saturday and shut down No. 18 Wisconsin 63-45 with a great defensive effort. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Indiana forward Trayce Jackson-Davis had 18 points, 12 rebounds, four assists and five blocks in the win over Wisconsin, something that's only been done twice before by a Big Ten player against a ranked team. He's had many memorable moments this year and throughout his career, but still gets ripped constantly by some IU fans, which is completely ridiculous. I'll gladly defend him. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Here's what Indiana coach Mike Woodson had to say following the Hoosiers' 63-45 win over No. 18 Wisconsin. Read his full transcript, or just watch the attached video of the press conferenceCLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis and Jordan Geronimo said: Following the Hoosiers' 63-45 win over No. 18 Wisconsin, forwards Trayce Jackson-Davis and Jordan Geronimo addressed the media. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Indiana hosted Wisconsin Saturday and snagged a much-needed win with a great defensive effort in the 63-45 victory. Here are the best photos from the game. CLICK HERE

Jan. 19: Indiana 80, Illinois 65

  • When/where: Thursday, Jan. 19 at State Farm Center in Champaign, Ill.
  • Records: Indiana 12-6, 3-4 in Big Ten; Illinois 13-6, 4-4 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Illinois chose not to double-team Trayce Jackson-Davis, and the senior made them pay. He scored 35 points and the Hoosiers got a huge road win. Jackson-Davis made 15 of his 19 field-goal attempts and his 35 was a season-high. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Indiana's two basketball teams played at Illinois on back-to-back nights, and it made for a great two-day doubleheader on the road. Both Hoosiers teams came home with huge wins, and there was a lot to wrap your arms around on this trip. My notebook-emptying musings. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said:  Here's what Hoosiers coach Mike Woodson said when he met with the media after the win over Illinois, with full video and transcript.  CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis and Jordan Geronimo said: Trayce Jackson-Davis had 35 points and nine rebounds and Jordan Geronimo added 13 and eight in the win over Illinois. The two forwards met with the media following the game, and here is the full video and transcript.. CLICK HERE

Jan. 22: Indiana 82, Michigan State 69

  • When/where: Sunday, Jan. 22 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. 
  • Records: Indiana 13-6, 4-4 in Big Ten; Michigan State 13-7, 5-4 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Michigan State couldn't figure out a way to guard Indiana on Sunday, and it led to another convincing victory for the Hoosiers. Trayce Jackson-Davis had 31 points and 15 rebounds, and Tamar Bates and Trey Galloway each added 17. It's their longest Big Ten winning streak in four years. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Trayce Jackson-Davis has had a week for the ages, posting numbers decades in the making, but what makes Indiana even scarier is having others pick up their games, like Tamar Bates and Trey Galloway did on Sunday. Three straight wins looks good on them. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana won its third straight game by double digits on Sunday. Coach Mike Woodson was thrilled with the win, which he called a total team effort. Here is the full video of his postgame press conference, plus the transcript. CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis, Tamar Bates and Trey Galloway said: Trayce Jackson-Davis, Tamar Bates and Trey Galloway met with the media on Sunday after Indiana beat Michigan State 82-69 at Assembly Hall. Here is the full video of their interview, plus the transcript. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Here are 25 pictures from Indiana's win over Michigan State on Sunday. It's a terrific collection of images for you to enjoy. CLICK HERE

Jan. 25: Indiana 61, Minnesota 57

  • When/where: Wednesday, Jan. 25 at Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minn.
  • Records: Indiana 14-6, 5-4 in Big Ten; Minnesota 7-12, 1-8 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Trayce Jackson-Davis led Indiana with 25 points and 21 rebounds, and got a huge offensive rebound and basket in the final minute to give the Hoosiers a 61-57 win at Minnesota on Wednesday. It was the first 20/20 game for an Indiana player since D.J. White in 2008. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: No one should be surprised that Indiana didn't get that fourth-straight Big Ten blowout win at Minnesota. It's hard to do. You have to go all the way back to 1976 to find an Indiana team that won four league games in a row by 13 points or more. Here is today's fun Indiana basketball history lesson. CLICK HERE
  • What Yasir Rosemond said: For the first time in his college coaching career, Indiana assistant Yasir Rosemond had to call all the shots on Wednesday night at Minnesota after head coach Mike Woodson couldn't go because of COVID. He helped guide the Hoosiers to a 61-57 victory. Here is the transcript and video from his postgame press conference. CLICK HERE
  • What Trayce Jackson-Davis said: It was another epic night for Indiana senior Trayce Jackson-Davis, who had 25 points, 21 rebounds and six blocked shots in the Hoosiers' 61-57 victory over Minnesota. Here is the video and transcript of his postgame press conference. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Here are 15 pictures from Indiana's win over Minnesota on Wednesday. It's a terrific collection of images for you to enjoy. CLICK HERE

Jan. 28: Indiana 86, Ohio State 70

  • When/where: Saturday, Jan. 28 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. 
  • Records: Indiana 15-6, 6-4 in Big Ten; Ohio State 11-10, 3-7 in Big Ten.
  • Game story: Jalen Hood-Schifino hit six first-half three-pointers and scored 24 points, leading Indiana to an 86-70 victory over Ohio State, the Hoosiers' fifth-straight victory. He did it all despite dealing with stomach issues all night. CLICK HERE
  • Tom Brew column: Just three weeks ago, Indiana fans were wondering if the Hoosiers would ever win another game. I still kept the faith, though, and boldly said publicly that they would start winning. Now it's five wins in a row, and the Hoosiers are the scariest team in the Big Ten right now. CLICK HERE
  • What Mike Woodson said: Indiana basketball is on a five-game winning streak after defeating Ohio State 86-70 at home. Hear from head coach Mike Woodson after the game through the full press conference video, or just read his transcript. CLICK HERE
  • What Malik Reneau and Kaleb Banks said: Here's what Indiana basketball freshmen forwards Malik Reneau and Kaleb Banks had to say after the Hoosiers' 86-70 win over Ohio State on Saturday. Read their full transcript, or just watch the attached video of the entire press conference. CLICK HERE
  • Photo gallery: Check out 20 of the best photos from Indiana basketball's 86-70 win over Ohio State in a booming Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. CLICK HERE

Remaining January games

  • Jan. 31 (Tuesday): Indiana at Maryland in College Park, Md. Time: 9 p.m. ET (TV: ESPN2)

February games

  • Feb. 4 (Saturday): Indiana vs. Purdue in Bloomington, Ind. Time: 4 p.m. ET. (TV: ESPN)
  • Feb. 7 (Tuesday): Indiana vs. Rutgers in Bloomington, Ind. Time: 6:30 p.m. ET. (TV: Big Ten Network)
  • Feb. 11 (Saturday): Indiana at Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich. Time: 6 p.m. ET (TV: ESPN)
  • Feb. 15 (Wednesday): Indiana at Northwestern in Evanston, Ill. Time: 9 p.m. ET. (TV: Big Ten Network)
  • Feb. 18 (Saturday): Indiana vs. Illinois in Bloomington, Ind. Time: Noon ET. (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)
  • Feb. 21 (Tuesday): Indiana at Michigan State in East Lansing, Mich. Time: 9 p.m. ET (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)
  • Feb. 25 (Saturday): Indiana at Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind. Time: 7:30 p.m. ET (TV: FOX)
  • Feb. 28 (Tuesday): Indiana vs. Iowa in Bloomington, Ind. Time: 7:30 p.m. ET (TV: ESPN or ESPN2)

March games

  • March 5 (Sunday): Indiana vs. Michigan in Bloomington, Ind. Time: 4:30 p.m. ET (TV: CBS)

Big Ten Tournament

  • March 8-12 at the United Center, in Chicago, Ill. — Indiana won two games (No. 8 seed Michigan and No. 1 seed Illinois) last year before losing to Iowa on a last-second shot in the semifinals. The Hoosiers have never won this tournament, and have only reached the finals once, losing to Iowa in 2001.

NCAA Tournament

  • March 14-15 (Tuesday-Wednesday): First Four in Dayton, Ohio
  • March 16-19 (Thursday-Sunday): First and second-round sites — Albany, N.Y.; Birmingham, Ala.; Columbus, Ohio; Denver, Colo.; Des Moines, Iowa; Greensboro, N.C.; Orlando, Fla.; Sacramento, Calif.
  • March 23-26 (Thursday-Sunday): Regional sites: East — Madison Square Garden, New York, N.Y.; South — KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky.; Midwest — Kansas City, Mo.; West — Las Vegas, Nev.
  • April 1-3 (Saturday-Monday): Final Four — NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas.

Exhibition games

  • INDIANA 78, Marian 42 (Oct. 29): Malik Reneau (14-11) and Logan Duncomb (11-11) both had double-doubles as Indiana won its first exhibition game with a 78-42 win over Marian. Game story, CLICK HERE
  • INDIANA 104, Saint Francis 59 (Nov. 3): Trayce Jackson-Davis had 19 points and four others — Jalen Hood-Schifino, Malik Reneau, Tamar Bates and Jordan Geronimo — scored in double figures in the Hoosiers' easy exhibition win. Game story, CLICK HERE
  • BEER SALES COMING TO ASSEMBLY HALL: Indiana athletics announced the addition of beer sales to men's and women's basketball games at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall during the 2022-23 season. This concession option will debut at Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 7. CLICK HERE
  • MIKE WOODSON THROUGH THE YEARS: Take a walk through Indiana basketball coach Mike Woodson's college and NBA playing career as well as his coaching stints in the NBA. His 11 years playing in the NBA plus his assistant and head coaching jobs have provided the Hoosiers with a new perspective from a man who lives and breathes the game. CLICK HERE