Indiana-Iowa game rescheduled for Feb. 27 at 9 p.m.

Indiana’s home game against Iowa, postponed on Tuesday because of a metal plate that fell from the top of the wall at Assembly Hall, has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 27 at 9 p.m. The release from IU follows.


Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass, in conjunction with the Big Ten Conference and the University of Iowa, have announced that the home men’s basketball game previously scheduled on February 18th between Indiana University and the University of Iowa will be rescheduled for 9 PM, Thursday, February 27th, in Assembly Hall.  The game will air on ESPN.

“Both our University and outside consulting engineers have advised us—and we in turn have advised the Big Ten—that the remediation of the problems at Assembly Hall will be 100% complete by early next week and that Assembly Hall will be safe and ready to host Thursday’s men’s basketball game without any limitations or restrictions,” said Glass.

Glass and Vice President for Capital Planning and Facilities Tom Morrison will be available to the media as part of the men’s basketball regular day before game media availability next Wednesday to give specific details on what the remediation project entailed and answer any questions the media may have.