Indiana's Aljami Durham 1 and Robert Phinisee Photo: James Cocherell Indiana today announced it's complete basketball schedule. The Hoosiers will play 19 games at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, 10 contests on the road and two neutral site matchups.
Comment Two Big Ten basketball teams in the top half of the bracket go head to head Saturday afternoon as the Purdue Boilermakers host the No.
Two Big Ten teams with big-name players go head to head on Saturday in the Mackey Arena, and the two in-state rivals, Indiana and Purdue, share some large similarities.
The two teams whose respective schools sit just miles apart have both faded in and out of the Top 25, are led by Carsen Edwards and Romeo Langford and should fancy themselves able to make a decent run when the Big Ten Tournament comes calling.
Edwards is adding three rebounds and three assists per game, as well. Langford was recently named the Big Ten freshman-of-the-week for the third time this season, and much of the Hoosiers game-plan revolves around the young starlet.
Purdue comes into this game on a two-game win streak, with wins over Wisconsin and Rutgers. The Hoosiers are on the opposite track and will be looking to get their footing after dropping three-straight games to No.
For the casual fan, it will be a fascinating show to watch Edwards and Langford go to work on the same court.
For the more involved fan, it will be interesting to see how the Hoosiers go about matching up with Edwards, and vice versa, Purdue with Langford. Purdue does a lot of things that have caused Indiana to struggle lately, such as fierce rebounding and cutting down on turnovers.
Langford will have a heavy load to carry, and the No. How to watch Purdue vs.