How to Watch Iowa Basketball vs. Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament

Iowa advanced to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament with a resounding victory over Northwestern on Thursday.

On Friday, 5th-seeded Iowa will face 4th-seeded Rutgers. The match is scheduled to take place around 1:00 p.m. CT. That time may change, as the Hawkeyes are scheduled to play 25 minutes after Indiana vs. Illinois. This match is scheduled for 10:30 CT.

Hawkeye fans can watch the action on the Big Ten Network and can stream on the FOX Sports app using a cable provider connection.

Iowa (23-9, 13-8 in the Big Ten) had no trouble in its tournament opener, sprinting past Northwestern 112-76 on Thursday. The Hawkeyes broke a Big Ten tournament record, making 19 3-pointers in the victory. Keegan Murray scored a team-high 26 points, netting all three of his hat-tricks. Jordan Bohannon also knocked down five 3-pointers en route to a 17-point performance. All 14 Hawkeyes who played scored at least two points.

Rutgers (18-12, 12-8 in the Big Ten) has yet to play a game in the Big Ten tournament, earning a double bye.

Friday marks only the second time these programs will meet in the 2021-22 season. The Scarlet Knights won the first bout 48-46 in a defensive battle in New Jersey on January 19.

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Here’s what Hawkeye fans need to know to watch, stream and listen to Iowa’s game against Northwestern in the Big Ten tournament.

How to Watch Iowa Basketball vs. Rutgers in the 2022 Big Ten Tournament

When: 1pm CT Friday, March 11

Or: Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis

TV: Big Ten Network

Direct: FOX Sports app

online radio: The Hawkeye Radio Network

What channel is the Big Ten Network?

On DirecTV, BTN is channel 610. On Dish, BTN is channel 410.

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Before the start of the Iowa game, Indiana defeated Michigan in Thursday’s opener, setting up the Hoosiers with a quarterfinal game with 1-seeded Illinois.

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Adam Hensley is a digital producer for the USA Today Network. You can follow him on Twitter @A_Hens83 or contact him at [email protected]

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