Indiana Hoosiers Odds
IU Basketball’s season came to a close with an 82-53 loss to St. Mary’s. The Hoosiers didn’t make a deep March Madness run, but it was still the program’s first tournament appearance since 2016.
Indiana gamblers will be able to bet on every Indiana University basketball game next season. The team attracts a ton of gambling attention throughout the year since IU is one of the most popular NCAA programs.
Thankfully, you can use Indiana’s betting apps to bet on Big Ten basketball games. That includes every IU game throughout the year.
Here’s a complete guide to betting on the Indiana Hoosiers. We’ve got the latest odds for the next IU game, as well as NCAA futures odds for the top Indiana online sportsbooks.
Today’s Hoosiers basketball odds
IU futures odds
Big Ten odds
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How to bet on Hoosiers games in Indiana
Betting on the Hoosiers for the first time is a simple three-step process at Indiana online sportsbooks:
- Sign up for an account directly on any Indiana sports betting app. You will need to share some personal information, including your name, email and the last four digits of your Social Security number. A promo or bonus code may also be necessary to ensure you get the best new customer bonus available. You can find the latest sportsbook bonuses here.
- Make a deposit using any regulated banking methods, including online banking services, payment processors, debit and credit cards, cash at Indiana casinos, and cash at participating 7-Eleven and CVS locations.
- Browse through the Hoosiers betting markets and click on a bet. The sportsbook will create a bet slip where you can enter your wager amount and place it. You can also add bets and turn multiple bets into a parlay right on the bet slip.
Indiana Hoosiers betting lines explained
A typical Hoosiers game line will look something like this at most Indiana online sportsbooks:
|Indiana Hoosiers||+2.5 (-110)||+155 O||165.5 (-110)|
|Michigan Wolverines||-2.5 (-110)||-175 U||165.5 (-110)|
Here’s a quick three-step guide to reading betting lines:
First is the point spread with the odds in brackets. Here, Michigan must win by three or more, but Indiana can win or lose by two or less. Both bets win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet.
The second is the moneyline. Bet on the Hoosiers and if they win, you win $155, plus your bet back, for every $100 bet. Bet on the Wolverines and if they win, you win $100, plus your bet back, for every $175 bet.
The third is the totals line with the odds in brackets. Here, you bet that the total combined score will be over or under 165.5. You win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 bet if you’re right.
Hoosiers prop betting
There are no restrictions on live betting or props betting for college sports in Indiana like in some other states. That means you can bet on Hoosiers props, which often involves betting on whether the team or individual players can hit certain stat lines. It also means Indiana online and mobile sportsbooks offer live betting on college basketball games.
In-play betting in Indiana
Live betting, aka in-play betting, gives you the chance to bet on Hoosiers games that are already underway. You place bets at live odds that change with the action on the court. As you can imagine, live NCAA basketball betting happens fast. The odds can change in an instant, making it perfectly suited for betting with any mobile sports betting app that allows you to get down bets quickly before the odds change. In-play betting involves many of the same betting markets you see pregame, but quarter and half bets and even more in-game props are available.
Latest Indiana Hoosiers betting news
Indiana basketball schedule for 2021-22
Here’s the men’s basketball schedule for the Indiana Hoosiers:
|Tuesday, Nov. 9||vs. Eastern Michigan||68-62|
|Friday, Nov. 12||vs. Northern Illinois||85-49|
|Wednesday, Nov. 17||vs. St. John's||76-74|
|Sunday, Nov. 21||vs. Louisiana||76-44|
|Tuesday, Nov. 23||vs. Jackson State||70-35|
|Saturday, Nov. 27||vs. Marshall||90-79|
|Tuesday, Nov. 30||@ Syracuse||112-110 2 OT|
|Saturday, Dec. 4||vs. Nebraska||9 a.m.|
|Wednesday, Dec. 8||@ Wisconsin||4 p.m.|
|Sunday, Dec. 12||vs. Merrimack||9 a.m.|
|Saturday, Dec. 18||vs. Notre Dame||11:30 a.m.|
|Wednesday, Dec. 29||vs. UNC Asheville||4 p.m.|
|Sunday, Jan. 2||@ Penn State||1 p.m.|
|Thursday, Jan. 6||vs. Ohio State||4 p.m.|
|Sunday, Jan. 9||vs. Minnesota||9 a.m.|
|Thursday, Jan. 13||@ Iowa||6 p.m.|
|Monday, Jan. 17||@ Nebraska||3 p.m.|
|Thursday, Jan. 20||vs. Purdue||4 p.m.
|Sunday, Jan. 23||vs. Michigan||TBD|
|Wednesday, Jan. 26||vs. Penn State||5:30 p.m.|
|Saturday, Jan. 29||@ Maryland||11:30 a.m.|
|Saturday, Feb. 5||vs. Illinois||9 a.m.|
|Tuesday, Feb. 8||@ Northwestern||6 p.m.|
|Saturday, Feb. 12||@ Michigan State||12:30 p.m.|
|Tuesday, Feb. 15||vs. Wisconsin||6 p.m.|
|Saturday, Feb. 19||@ Ohio State||9 a.m.|
|Thursday, Feb. 24||vs. Maryland||4 p.m.|
|Sunday, Feb. 27||@ Minnesota||3 p.m.|
|Wednesday, March 2||vs. Rutgers||4 p.m.|
|Saturday, March 5||@ Purdue||TBD|
How can I watch Hoosiers basketball games in Indiana?
You should be able to watch a lot of the Indiana Hoosiers schedule on the Big Ten Network, the ESPN family of networks, and online streaming services that carry these channels.
You can also listen to the games on WIBC-FM 93.1 out of Indianapolis.
Best sportsbooks, bars near Indiana Bloomington campus
Below is a look at three great places to watch IU basketball games in Bloomington outside of Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Remember, you can bet on the games at these establishments using your Indiana sports betting app on your mobile phone or tablet.
Nick’s English Hut
- Address: 423 E. Kirkwood Ave.
- Hours: 11 a.m.-midnight Tuesdays-Thursdays, 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and closed Sundays and Mondays
Nick’s English Hut has The Hoosier Room upstairs.
- Address: 114 South Indiana Ave.
- Hours: 4-8 p.m. Mondays and Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays
BuffaLouie’s is filled with IU basketball memorabilia.
- Address: 430 E. Kirkwood Ave. #18
- Hours: 3 p.m.-3 a.m. Mondays-Fridays, noon-3 a.m. Saturdays and 8 p.m.-3 a.m. Sundays
The bar at Upstairs is made out of wood from the old Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall court.
Indiana Hoosiers home games
- Name: Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall (Assembly Hall before 2016)
- Address: 1001 East 17th St.
- Location: Bloomington, Indiana
- Owner: Indiana University
- Capacity: 17,222
- Groundbreaking: Dec. 22, 1967
- Opening date: Sept. 12, 1971
- Construction cost: $26.6 million ($40 million renovations completed in 2016. Funds donated by Cindy Simon Skjodt, daughter of Indiana Pacers owner Mel Simon)
- Other tenants: IU women’s basketball
Hoosiers drafted in NBA
The list of former IU basketball players currently playing in the NBA includes:
- Romeo Langford: Celtics (2019 Draft)
- Juwan Morgan: Celtics (2019 Draft)
- OG Anunoby: Raptors (2017 Draft)
- Thomas Bryant: Wizards (2017 Draft)
- Victor Oladipo: Heat (2013 Draft)
- Cody Zeller: Trail Blazers (2013 Draft)
- Eric Gordon: Rockets (2008 Draft)
Hoosiers all-time leaders
Here’s a look at some of the Hoosiers career stats leaders:
- Most Points: Calbert Cheaney 2,613 (1989–90 to 1992–93)
- Most Rebounds: Alan Henderson 1,091 (1991–92 to 1994–95)
- Most Assists: Yogi Ferrell 633 (2012–13 to 2015–16)
- Most Steals: Dane Fife 180 (1998–99 to 2001–02)
- Most Blocks: Jeff Newton 227 (1999–00 to 2002–03)
Hoosiers coaching staff
The Indiana Hoosiers men’s basketball coaching staff includes:
- Mike Woodson: head coach
- Dane Fife: Assistant coach
- Kenya Hunter: Assistant coach
- Yasir Rosemond: Assistant coach
Indiana Hoosiers FAQ
Indiana Hoosiers tickets can be purchased as low as $11. The average price of a ticket is $73.
The Hoosiers have won 22 Big Ten Conference Championships. The first was in 1926 and the latest in 2016.
The Hoosiers first started wearing candy-striped warm-ups in the 1971–72 season. There’s no particular reason why the team started wearing the stripes, but they have become an iconic part of the program.
The Hoosiers have never retired any jersey numbers. If they ever do, it’s a good bet that the legendary No. 11 Isiah Thomas, No. 40 Calbert Cheaney, and No. 44 Alan Henderson will be among the first.
IU does not have a mascot, just a lot of “Hoosiers” and “Hoosier Pride.” The IU fight song is “Indiana, Our Indiana.”