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IU men’s basketball finalizes non-conference schedule, no fans to open 2020-21 season

The entrance to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall is seen in October. IU men’s basketball announced its non-conference schedule Tuesday.
The entrance to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall is seen in October. IU men’s basketball announced its non-conference schedule Tuesday.

IU finalized its seven-game non-conference schedule Tuesday afternoon, which will begin Nov. 25 against Tennessee Technological University at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. 

Five of the Hoosiers’ seven non-conference games will be played on the road. 

After the team’s season opener against Tennesee Tech, IU will travel to Asheville, North Carolina, to play in the Maui Invitational where they will take on Providence College on Nov. 30. Following its first-round matchup against Providence, IU will face either the University of Texas or Davidson College in the second round. 

Following the Maui Invitational, IU will travel to Tallahassee, Florida, to take on Florida State University in the Big Ten/Atlantic Coast Conference Challenge on Dec. 9. Up next IU will face the University of North Alabama on Dec. 13 at Assembly Hall.

IU will close out its non-conference schedule in the Crossroads Classic against Butler University at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Dec. 19. 

IU Athletics also announced that all men’s and women’s basketball games played at Assembly Hall will not have fans in attendance until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fans who purchased men’s basketball season tickets can either donate their ticket payment to the IU Varsity Club’s Never Daunted campaign, apply their ticket payment to the 2021 season or receive a refund.

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