Iowa is facing Indiana in an NCAA basketball game on February 27.
Tip-off is scheduled for 9 p.m. ET, following the Arkansas and Kentucky game.
The Hawkeyes (19-8), currently ranked 20th in the nation, are playing away. The Hoosiers (15-12) are not currently ranked.
The Hawkeyes are coming off an upset loss, 95-89, against Minnesota.
Iowa coach Fran McCaffrey wasn’t upset, though, about the second straight loss.
“They were on fire — I get that — and the crowd got into it and stuff, but you’ve got to adjust,” McCaffrey said.
The Gophers made 30 of 49 from the field (61.2 percent), the highest score in any game since 2010 and in a non-overtime conference game since 1995.
The game against the Hoosiers will be Iowa’s third game in six days.
The game is being broadcast on ESPN. The DirectTV channel is 206 while the Dish Network channel is 140.
A live video stream is available for people who have WatchESPN.