The next time the Hoosiers kick off in Bloomington, it will be in the early television window.
Indiana’s Nov. 7 matchup with Michigan will begin at noon and air on FS1, the Big Ten announced Monday. It will be the first time this season that the Hoosiers won’t play in the mid-afternoon slot.
Should No. 17 IU prevail at Rutgers this weekend, the game will be a matchup of ranked teams. The Hoosiers haven’t taken a top-25 ranking into a game with the Wolverines since 1987, which is also the last time Indiana prevailed against Michigan.
Jim Harbaugh’s team is ranked No. 13 in the Associated Press top 25 and hosts Michigan State this weekend.