How to Watch Indiana Basketball against Iowa on Tuesday Night.

Indiana hosts Iowa on Tuesday night. Here is how to watch, odds, and a prediction on Tuesday night's game.

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Tuesday night, Indiana Basketball returns to Bloomington hoping to stop a three-game losing streak as they host the Iowa Hawkeyes. The Hoosiers and the Hawkeyes are 12-8 overall and 4-5 in Big Ten play. The Hawkeyes won their last outing against the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, while the Hoosiers lost a challenging road game against the Illini.

Iowa has had Indiana's number, having won four in a row. The Hoosiers have not beaten the Hawkeyes since 2021. Head coach Mike Woodson is looking for his first win versus the Hawkeyes.

How to Watch IU v. Iowa

  • Who: Indiana Hoosiers (12-8, 4-5, t-7th in Big Ten) vs. Iowa Hawkeyes (12-8, 4-5, t-7th in Big Ten)
  • What: Big Ten matchup
  • When: 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Jan. 30
  • Where: Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall (17,222) in Bloomington, Ind.
  • TV: Big Ten Network
  • Announcers: Kevin Kugler (play-by-play), Brian Butch (analyst)
  • Live stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)
  • Radio: IU Radio Network (Bloomington - 105.1 WHCC-FM, Indianapolis: 107.5 WFNI-FM or 1070 WFNI-AM, or see media guide for other radio affiliates)
  • Radio announcers: Don Fischer (play-by-play), Errek Suhr (color), John Herrick (pregame, halftime, postgame)
  • Point spread: The point spread is even and the over/under is 159 as of Monday afternoon.

Odds, Spread, and Totals

Odds: Indiana-1, Iowa +1

Money Line: Indiana/Iowa -110

Totals: Over/Under: 159

Prediction and Pick

Indiana has proven to be a different team at home than they are on the road. That said, the Hoosiers must figure out a way to slow down one of the most potent offenses in the Big Ten. Simultaneously, the Hawkeyes are the worst defensive team in the Big Ten. Where does that leave the Hoosiers? It leaves them in another close game.

Close games are when IU's warts show. The Hoosiers don't shoot the three-pointer well, and they are one of the worst free-throw-shooting teams in the country. Also, will Kal'el Ware be available? Unfortunately, it looks like another heartbreaker for the Hoosiers on Tuesday night.

Score: Iowa 80-Indiana 75