Indiana, and the rest of the Big Ten, is out with its conference schedule.

Indiana will play Purdue, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Penn State, and Wisconsin twice during the regular season, while playing Iowa, Michigan State, and Northwestern in front of the home crowd at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, and Illinois, Michigan, and Rutgers on the road.

The first 2 games of the conference schedule, against Maryland and at Michigan (Dec. 5), will take place during a stretch in which Indiana plays 6 of 7 games against high-major opponents. The month-long stretch features non-conference matchups in the Empire Classic on Nov. 19 and 20, a Holiday Hoopsgiving tilt with Auburn on Dec. 9, and a return game against Kansas on Dec. 16.

The Hoosiers will participate in the Empire Classic in New York alongside Louisville, Texas and national champion UConn.

IU will have 8 conference games in January, beginning with Nebraska (Jan. 3). Indiana will then play 3 of the next 4 games at home with games against Ohio State (Jan. 6), Minnesota (Jan. 12), and Purdue (Jan. 16). The Hoosiers will be at Rutgers on Jan. 9. Indiana will have consecutive road games against Wisconsin (Jan. 19) and Illinois (Jan. 27). The month will conclude with a home meeting against Iowa (Jan. 30).

February will feature league games in Bloomington against Penn State (Feb. 3), Northwestern (Feb. 18), Nebraska (Feb. 21), and Wisconsin (Feb. 27). The Hoosiers will be on the road against Ohio State (Feb. 6), Purdue (Feb. 10), and Penn State (Feb. 24).

The Hoosiers will play 3 games in March, including at Maryland (March 3) and at Minnesota (March 6). IU finishes the regular season at home against Michigan State (March 10).