How to watch Penn State’s Big Ten Tournament second-round matchup against Indiana

Penn State is the last team to have beaten the red-hot Indiana Hoosiers and tonight they have a rematch of the February 24th game in Happy Valley for the second round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Penn State Nittany Lions forward Zach Hicks (24)
Penn State Nittany Lions forward Zach Hicks (24) / Matt Krohn-USA TODAY Sports

It will still require a miracle run to the automatic bid from the Big Ten Conference, but Penn State is one step closer after beating No. 14 Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Zach Hicks led the way for the 11th-seeded Nittany Lions with 20 points and six rebounds, while Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year Ace Baldwin Jr. added 17 points with six assists and five boards. 

Now, facing six-seed Indiana, which ended the regular season on a four-game win streak will be a much tougher challenge. However, Mike Rhoades’s team is favored over Mike Woodson’s, and Penn State was the last team to beat the Hoosiers, 83-74 in Happy Valley on February 24. 

Despite finishing sixth in the conference, Indiana, like Penn State, needs to do some serious heavy lifting in the Big Ten tourney to have a shot at the NCAA Tournament. The winner of this matchup will face third-seeded Nebraska as the final game of the quarterfinals in Minneapolis. 

How to watch Penn State vs. Indiana

  • Date: Wednesday, March 14
  • Time: 25 minutes after Game 5 which tips off at 6:30 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Target Center (Minneapolis)
  • How to watch: Big Ten Network
  • How to stream: Fubo TV
  • Penn State record: 15-16 (9-11)
  • Indiana record: 18-13 (10-10)