How to watch, listen or stream Iowa vs. Nebraska-Omaha

The Hawkeyes are back in action Monday night when they host Nebraska-Omaha in a final playoff game before the competition begins. Off to a 3-0 start and earning votes in the latest AP poll, Iowa will have a chance to continue to build momentum as the season begins. Tonight’s game begins at 7:01 p.m. and will be broadcast on Big Ten Network.

Game Notes:

Monday sees the fourth meeting between Iowa and Omaha, with all three previous competitions taking place in Iowa City. The Hawkeyes won in 1981 (71-58) and 2013 (83-75), while the Mavericks won in 2016 (98-89).

Sophomore Omaha guard JJ White led the team in its most recent win, averaging a career-high 15 points and seven rebounds and five assists. White ranks 51st nationally in assists (19). Sophomore forward Marquel Sutton contributed 10 points against Ball State.

The Mavericks come into Iowa City 1-3 overall after falling to No. 5 Kansas (89-64), public enemy Nebraska (75-61) and Ball State (71-61). Omaha beat Idaho (79-72).

The Mavericks’ shooting averages include 40.7 percent from the field, 28.8 percent from 3-point range, and 76.6 percent from the foul line.

Iowa has won a combined 68 games over the past three seasons (20 in 2020; 22 in 2021; 26 in 2022). The 68 wins are the fourth-highest over a three-year period in program history and the most since winning 77 competitions from 1987–89.

Three Hawkeyes have recorded six or more 3-pointers this season: Kris Murray (7), Payton Sandfort (6), and Patrick McCaffery (6). Three Hawkeyes are shooting at 55 percent or better from the field: Tony Perkins (.571), Kris Murray (.564), and Filip Rebraca (.550).

Iowa has seven weekend home competitions (three Saturdays and four Sundays), including six against Big Ten opponents. The Hawkeyes have home games at Carver-Hawkeye Arena on a Saturday or Sunday four of the last six weekends of the regular season.

Fran McCaffery is in his 27th season as head coach and has four wins out of 500. Iowa has won 79 of its last 84 non-conference home games, dating back to 2012.

Quote of the Day:

“I love the pressure that people have put on me this year,” Kris Murray told Fox’s John Fanta after the game. “Coach McCaffery trusts me. And I trust whatever he says. I think you saw that tonight. I’m my own person now. People will know my name.”

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Here’s how to watch, stream, or listen to the game between the Hawkeyes and the Mavericks.

Announcer: Kevin Kugler (PxP) Brian Butch (Analyst)

TV: Big Ten Network

Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network Gary Dolphin, Play-by-Play, Bobby HansanColor Analyst

Electricity: FoxSportsGo

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