How to watch Indiana’s final non-conference game against Kennesaw State

  • 12/26/2023 8:24 am in

To watch Indiana’s final non-conference game against Kennesaw State this week, fans will need a subscription to B1G+.

The conference doesn’t broadcast football games on its direct-to-consumer product, B1G+. BTN uses overflow channels to show multiple football games on BTN simultaneously.

That isn’t the case for men’s and women’s basketball and other sports, which are often shown on B1G+ when multiple games are scheduled simultaneously. B1G+ requires an additional subscription, which begins at $9.95 per month.

In addition to the B1G+ subscription being required for Friday’s contest against Kennesaw State, a Peacock subscription will be required for four Big Ten conference games in 2024 as a new media rights deal for the conference began this fall.

The remaining Peacock games for IU are at Rutgers (Jan. 9), Purdue (Jan. 16), at Ohio State (Feb. 6) and Wisconsin (Feb. 27).

In addition, seven IU women’s Big Ten games will be shown exclusively on Peacock.

To access live video of Friday’s Kennesaw State game on BTN+, there are three options: a school-specific, conference or sport-specific subscription to B1G+.

There’s also the option of listening to the IU radio network or the student broadcasters on WIUX.

The B1G+ school-specific pass costs $9.95 monthly or $79.95 annually. The B1G+ conference pass is priced at $14.95 monthly or $119.95 annually. The sport-specific pass for all men’s and women’s basketball content on B1G+ costs $54.99 annually.

Per the women’s basketball schedule, there are three remaining IU women’s games are scheduled to be broadcast on B1G+. One of those games is the Purdue home game on Feb. 11.

B1G+ can be watched on most browsers and has apps available on Android phones/tablets, iOS, Apple TV, Roku, Firestick and Xbox.

More frequently asked questions on B1G+ are addressed here.

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