MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin’s recent dominance over the Indiana Hoosiers, which has included 12-straight wins, included a pair of wins last season, one at Assembly Hall and the other in the semifinals of the 2013 Big Ten Tournament.
This season, a national television audience will again have the opportunity to watch the Badgers extend that streak as both regular-season meetings between UW and Indiana are scheduled to appear during ESPN’s Super Tuesday lineup, the network announced on Monday.
The Badgers will take a trip to Bloomington for the first meeting on Tues., Jan. 14 (6 p.m., ESPN) before welcoming Indiana to the Kohl Center on Tues., Feb. 25 (8 p.m., ESPN).
Dating back to 2008, the Badgers have equaled the longest win streak against the Hoosiers in the history of Indiana basketball. After defeating then No. 2 ranked Indiana in Bloomington last season on Super Tuesday, Wisconsin tallied its highest-ranked road win in school history.