Indiana Hoosiers March Madness TV Schedule, announcers and more: How to watch with and without Cable

For the second year in a row, the Indiana Hoosiers are going dancing!

Selection Sunday brought Hoosiers fans good news, as Indiana secured a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament this year. It’s hopefully the beginning of a journey that carries the team back into the national spotlight like years before.

It’s been a while since the Hoosiers have been considered among the best programs in the country — which is hard to hear but it’s true. The tide seems to be turning, though, as the Mike Woodson era has started to restore some of the glory that fans have been waiting to return for a while.

A ton of work is yet to be done. Indiana has simply made it to the Madness, this is when the real journey begins and the true heavy lifting needs to be done. It’s one thing to get into the tournament, but it’s another to actually do some damage.

Here’s when and where Indiana will be playing in the NCAA Tournament this year.

Indiana Hoosiers March Madness schedule 2023 (Updated)

Despite not winning the Big Ten and falling to runner-up Penn State, Indiana landed a No. 4 seed this year’s tournament. It’s a seed that sets up a matchup against Kent State, a formidable opponent that will no doubt test the Hoosiers out of the gate.

Here’s a rundown of when the Indiana Hoosiers will be playing, assuming they make it out of the Round of 64.

Friday, March 17th: vs. No. 13 Kent State

  • TV Channel: CBS
  • Start Time: 9:55 pm ET
  • Announcers: Spero Dedes, Debbie Antonelli
  • Live Stream: NCAA App

Sunday, March 19th: No. 5 Miami (FL) // No. 12 Drake

Games will be aired on the Turner network this year, which means CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV.

It’s that special time of the year where you can go from an absolute heart-stopping moment of drama on the hardwood to an Impractical Jokers commercial which reminds you that show exists.

As Jim Nantz would say, a tradition unlike any other.