How to watch Indiana basketball

The Indiana Hoosiers are a college basketball team that plays in the Big Ten Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division I. The Indiana basketball team represents Indiana University Bloomington, a public research university whose sports teams are all given the Hoosiers nickname.

The Hoosiers have won five NCAA National Championships titles, which has only been bettered by three other colleges, in 1940, 1953, 1976, 1981, and 1987. The basketball team also has 22 Big Ten Conference titles, which is second only to Purdue’s 24 titles. 

The Hoosiers struggled in the 2019/20 NCAA season, which was cut short after they’d played 32 games. They won nine and lost 11 of its 20 games against fellow Big Ten Conference teams, which put it 11th out of the 14 colleges. However, the Hoosiers had a winning record of 20 wins and 12 losses against all colleges.

This article will explore how to get an Indiana basketball live stream and the streaming services that enable fans to watch Indiana basketball live in 2021.

What channels show Indiana Hoosiers games?

Indiana Hoosiers games are available on various channels but are most frequently broadcast on local FOX networks. The team’s games are also broadcast on Big Ten Network, while some games will be selected for national television broadcasts on ESPN2 and FOX Sports 1. The best streaming services for watching Indiana basketball live are Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV, which both include every channel that broadcasts Hoosier games.

Streaming the Indiana Hoosiers live without cable

 fuboTV Hulu + Live TV Sling TV Blue Sling TV Orange YouTube TV.AT&T TV Now MAX 
Big Ten Network+10$/mo. 
CBS   
ESPN2 
FOX local networks 
FOX Sports 1 

How to watch the Indiana Hoosiers on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV offers a strong channel lineup for sports fans. This includes all the channels that broadcast Indiana Hoosiers games, which includes Big Ten Network, CBS, ESPN2, FOX local networks, and FOX Sports 1. The service offers plenty more sports options like ESPNews, Golf Channel, and Olympic Channel, and networks that broadcast nationally televised games, including NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. College sports fans can also watch ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network.

Hulu + Live TV costs $64.99/mo. after a 7-day free trial. Customers get 50 hours of storage space through a cloud digital video recorder (DVR) feature, which allows them to record live TV, and 2 simultaneous streams. That can be upgraded to 200 hours of cloud DVR plus viewing on 3 mobile devices and unlimited home streaming for an extra $14.99/mo. Hulu + Live TV customers also get access to the Hulu on-demand library, which includes thousands of movies and TV shows.

Discover everything the service has to offer in our Hulu + Live TV review.

How to watch the Indiana Hoosiers on fuboTV

fuboTV also has a strong sports channel lineup, including Big Ten Network, ESPN2, FOX local networks, and FOX Sports 1, which all stream Indiana basketball games. Other sports channels on the service include beIN Sports, Eleven Sports, Golf Channel, NBC Sports Network, NFL Network, and Olympic Channel. It also includes more college channels like ACC Network, CBS Sports Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network. fuboTV customers can add even more sports to their subscription with the Sports Plus add-on package ($10.99/mo.), which includes channels like FOX College Sports, MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Tennis Channel.

fuboTV costs $64.99/mo. after a free trial period of 7 days. The service enables users to record live TV on up to 250 hours of cloud DVR, which can be upgraded to 1,000 hours for an extra $6.99/mo. They can watch the service on 3 simultaneous streams, which can be upgraded to 5 with Family Share Max ($9.99/mo.). 

Find out more about what the service has to offer in our fuboTV review.

How to watch the Indiana Hoosiers on YouTube TV

YouTube TV provides access to every channel that broadcasts Indiana Hoosiers games, as Big Ten Network, CBS, ESPN2, FOX local networks, and FOX Sports 1 are included on the service. Its channel lineup includes professional sports networks MLB Network, NBA TV, and NFL Network, plus channels that show national broadcasts like NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. College sports fans can watch more live action on ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, and SEC Network. More sports content is available with the Sports Plus add-on package ($10.99/mo.), which includes FOX College Sports, FOX Soccer Plus, NFL RedZone, GOLTV, and Stadium.

YouTube TV also costs $64.99/mo. after a 7-day free trial. The service enables users to watch on 3 simultaneous streams and provides an unlimited cloud DVR service that allows them to record as much live TV as they like for up to 9 months.

Discover the channels and features available through the service in our YouTube TV review.

How to watch the Indiana Hoosiers on Sling TV

Sling TV gives users a choice of 2 basic packages, Sling TV Blue and Sling TV Orange. Indiana Hoosiers fans can stream Indiana basketball games on Big Ten Network, FOX local networks, and FOX Sports 1 on Sling TV Blue and through ESPN2 on Sling TV Orange. Other sports options on Sling TV Blue are NFL Network, NBC Sports Network, Stadium, and TNT, while Sling TV Orange also includes ESPN and ESPN3, Stadium, and TBS. 

Both packages also offer distinct additional sports options with the Sling TV Sports add-on package, which costs an extra $10/mo. Sling TV Blue’s sports add-on provides access to beIN Sports, FOX Sports 2, Golf Channel, MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, NFL RedZone, NHL Network, and Pac-12 Network. The Sling TV Orange sports add-on option includes plenty of college sports options like ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, ESPNU and ESPNews, Longhorn Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network and SEC Network+, as well as MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone, NBA TV, and NHL Network.

Both Sling TV Blue and Sling TV Orange cost $30/mo. while combining the two with Sling TV Blue & Orange costs $45/mo., following a 3-day free trial period. Sling TV customers get 10 hours of cloud DVR, which can be boosted to 50 hours for an extra $5/mo. Sling TV Orange customers can only watch on 1 device at a time, Sling TV Blue offers 3 simultaneous streams, and the Sling TV Blue & Orange option enables 4.

Find out more about the service’s plans and content options in our Sling TV review.

How to watch the Indiana Hoosiers on AT&T TV Now 

Indiana Hoosiers games are available through AT&T TV Now, which includes Big Ten Network, CBS, ESPN2, FOX, and FOX Sports 1 in its MAX package, which costs $79.99/mo. The AT&T TV Now MAX plan offers plenty more sports options, including NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT, as well as the most comprehensive regional sports network lineup of any streaming service. It’s also home to further college sports channels ACC Network and ACC Network Extra, CBS Sports Network, ESPNU, FOX College Sports, Longhorn Network, Pac-12 Network, and SEC Network. 

An AT&T TV Now subscription provides users with 500 hours of cloud DVR and 3 simultaneous streams.

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