How to Watch Indiana's Game With Iowa on Saturday in Big Ten Semifinals – Sports Illustrated

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — It's an unprecedented and unique Big Ten Tournament semifinal on Saturday, with Indiana taking on Iowa in the first game. Purdue and Michigan State tangle in the second, with both games being nationally televised on CBS.
It's the first time in the 25-year history of the event that BOTH Indiana and Purdue are in the semifinals. And it's also the first time since 2003 that Indiana has won two games in the event. They've never won the tournament title, and have only reached the finals once.
So, yes, it's a massive day. You know it's been when CBS' Jim Nantz and Grant Hill are in the house.
Iowa has been playing great, but the Hawkeyes have also noticed what Indiana has been doing here at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
"You have to be really impressed with the job that Indiana's done, here in particular,'' Iowa coach Fran McCaffery said after Saturday's quarterfinal win. "They lost some games down the stretch, but I don't think in any way it was indicative of the caliber of team they have.
"They lost a couple really tough games. The ball didn't bounce their way and they just kept coming. And they showed up here determined,  and now they think they can win it, this one. You have to be respectful of the way that they've continued to compete. Obviously, it will be a great atmosphere (in Indianapolis)with them being here.''
Here's how to watch Thursday's game, with gametimes and TV, lineups, bios and newsy nuggets.
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Tom Brew is an award-winning journalist who has worked at some of America’s finest newspapers as a reporter and editor, including the Tampa Bay (Fla.) Times, the Indianapolis Star and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. He has covered college sports in the digital platform for the past five years, including the last two as publisher of HoosiersNow at Sports Illustrated.

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