Wednesday night’s tip-off between Indiana and Florida State has been moved up to 7:15ET – the two will take to the court for their part of the annual B1G-ACC Challenge

Coming off three games in three days in the Maui Invitational, the Hoosiers returned to Bloomington with a 2-1 record, and while not exceptionally impressive, they tallied a pair of wins against potential NCAA Tournament qualifiers.

The Indiana loss to Texas was sandwiched between a pair of strong performances, with wins against Stanford and Providence – both double-digit wins.

Trayce Jackson-Davis posted a 31-point game against Stanford on the final day of the tournament, earning All-Tournament honors after averaging 20 points and 5.7 rebounds per game.

Florida State’s 86-58 season-opening victory over North Florida saw the Seminole bench in full-use mode, with all 12 players seeing action in both halves, and all 12 getting in the game in the first seven minutes.

The Seminoles have just three non-conference games to prepare for ACC action when they take on Georgia Tech on Dec. 15.