How to watch: 2021 Hoosier Hysteria streaming details

  • 09/29/2021 8:13 am in

Hoosier Hysteria, the annual tip-off to the Indiana basketball season, takes place this Saturday in Bloomington. Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall doors will open at 2:30 p.m. ET with the event beginning at 4 p.m. ET.

If you’re unable to make it to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, the Big Ten Network will be providing coverage via its paid streaming service, BTN+.

The BTN+ schedule for Saturday shows a 4 p.m. ET start for Hoosier Hysteria and also has links to sign up for service in order to watch the event. The broadcast will begin at 4 p.m. ET per the BTN+ schedule.

According to the BTN+ plans listed, fans can access the stream via a BTN+ subscription, which is offered in three packages: school-specific, conference or sport-specific. The school-specific pass is $9.95 monthly or $79.95 annually and the conference pass is $14.95 monthly or $119.95 annually. The sport-specific pass for all men’s and women’s basketball content on BTN+ is $54.99 annually.

Here are some additional Hysteria details, via IU media relations:

Bloomington, Ind. – The final details for one of the most highly anticipated Hoosier Hysterias ever are now set.

IU Men’s Head Coach Mike Woodson and Women’s Head Coach Teri Moren will unveil their 2021-22 basketball teams to Hoosier fans Saturday, Oct. 2, at 4 p.m. at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall at Hoosier Hysteria Presented by Smithville. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m., and admittance to the season-opening event is free with open seating. Attendees are asked to bring a canned food item to donate to the Hoosier Hills Food Bank.

The event is expected to last 90 minutes and will conclude in time for Hoosier fans to be able to watch IU football’s game at Penn State which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. on ABC.

What will be new for Indiana Basketball in 2021-22? Plenty. On the men’s side, Woodson will make his first public appearance in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall as the head coach of his alma mater. His first IU team will be led by preseason first-team All-American Trayce Jackson-Davis, who is joined by returning starters Race Thompson and Rob Phinisee. In all, the men’s team features nine returning lettermen, two highly-regarded freshmen, and four transfers who have started a combined 284 games at the Division I level.

On the women’s side, the biggest change for Moren’s team is the level of anticipation and expectation. With last season’s starters Ali Patberg, Grace Berger, Mackenzie Holmes, Aleksa Gulbe and Nicole Cardaño-Hillary all back from a team that advanced to the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight and won a program-record 16 Big Ten games, no goal seems out of reach in 2021-22 for IU Women’s Basketball.

Adding to the anticipation for this year’s event is that it will also mark the first time in more than 18 months that Hoosier fans will be able to see IU’s basketball teams at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in person. In accordance with Indiana University policy, fans are asked to wear a face covering at this year’s event.

Make plans now to join us Oct. 2 at 4 p.m.!

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