How to watch the Cincinnati vs Indiana football game


The Cincinnati Bearcats are looking for their third straight win after a season-opening loss to Arkansas when they host the Indiana Hoosiers on Saturday at Nippert Stadium.

The Bearcats, who retained possession of the Victory Bell after a 38-17 victory over the Miami RedHawks last Saturday, face a 3-0 Indiana team coming off a 33-30 victory over Western Kentucky in of his last game.

It will be the first road game of the season for the Hoosiers, who beat Illinois by three runs in their season opener and also beat Idaho 35-22.

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This will be the second consecutive season that the two schools have met. UC went to Bloomington last season and came away with a 38-24 victory.

What time does Cincinnati Bearcats football play in Indiana?

Time: 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at Nippert Stadium.

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What channel is Indiana vs. Cincinnati on?

The Bearcats play on ESPN2.

How can I watch the UC Football-Indiana game without cable? Is UC vs Indiana streaming?

Yes. The game will stream on all platforms that feature ESPN networks such as ESPN+, HULU Live, and YouTube TV.

Who announces the Cincinnati-Indiana game

  • Beth Mowins (game by game)
  • Kirk Morrison (analyst)

What radio station is the UC Football vs Indiana game broadcast on?

UC Radio Network Call on WLW-AM (700), WEBN-FM (102.7), Sirius 158, XM 202 and Sirius App 965.

  • Dan Hoard (game by game)
  • Jim Kelly Jr. (Analyst)
  • Mo Egger (host/engineer)

What is the Cincinnati-Indiana point spread?

As of Tuesday afternoon, the Bearcats are a 16.5-point favorite over the Hoosiers.

What is the series record between Cincinnati and Indiana?

The Hoosiers lead the series with an all-time record of 8-4-2 against the Bearcats. Last season’s victory ended a five-game losing streak at Indiana that lasted from 1962 to 2000. The only time UC won back-to-back games in the series was in 1946 and 1957.


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