No. 6 Purdue basketball vs. Iowa TV, radio

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The No. 6 Purdue Boilermakers try to remain in touch with the top of the Big Ten when they visit Iowa.

The Boilers (16-3, 5-3) are coming off an 80-60 victory over Northwestern without leading scorer Jaden Ivey. Sasha Stefanovic had 6 3-pointers on the way to 22 points. He has 52 3s for the season on 41.6% shooting. Purdue shoots 50.1% from the field and has a +12 rebound margin per game.

Purdue's magic number so far this season is 70: The Boilers are 16-0 when scoring that many, 0-3 when they fall short of that mark.

The Hawkeyes (14-5, 4-4) lost to Purdue on Dec. 3 in West Lafayette when Keegan Murray was out with an injury. Iowa has won 3 of its past 4 games. Murray leads Iowa in scoring (22.8), rebounding (8.4) and blocked shots (2.2). Patrick McCaffery and Jordan Bohannon also average in double figures.

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When does Purdue basketball play Iowa?

The game is at 9 p.m. ET Thursday, Jan. 27, 2022, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City, Iowa.

How can I watch Purdue vs. Iowa?

The game will be shown on FS1.

How can I listen to Purdue play Iowa?

The game can be heard on 96.5 FM in Lafayette and 1260 AM in Indianapolis.

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