How to Watch Michigan State Basketball vs. Iowa: TV Channels, Stream, Radio

Michigan State takes the floor again Thursday night at the Breslin Center, and Iowa comes to town. The Hawkeyes are the most-scoring team in the Big Ten, and they’re also dropping more points than anyone else in the league.

MSU dropped a road game in Indiana last time out, while Iowa lost 16 on the road to Ohio State on Saturday. Fran McCafferyThe program has won the last three meetings with MSU.

Below are details on how to watch, stream and listen to MSU vs. Iowa, along with links to relevant stories from the week:

MICHIGAN STATE (13-7, 5-4 Big Ten) vs. IOWA (12-7, 4-4)

WHEN: Thursday, January 26 at 7 p.m. Eastern

TV: FS1 (Gus Johnson, Jim Jackson)

ELECTRICITY: FOX Sports App | FOXSports.com/live

RADIO: Spartan Media Network (94.9 FM/1240 AM in Lansing; 760 AM in Detroit). Click here for a full list of partners


LAST MEETING: February 22, 2022 Iowa. Iowa won 86-60.



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Iowa, after starting 0-3 in the Big Ten game, recently stabilized by coming to 4-3. The Hawkeyes, last year’s Big Ten tournament winners, are led by forward Kris Murray, who is averaging 21.3 points, 8.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.2 blocks per game, while four other Iowa players score double digit goals.

“I think now we’re playing against a team that’s won four out of five and they’ve been resting a lot because of the COVID thing. … Fran’s team comes in here, easily the best offensive team in the league, and shoots the kid like (Kris) Murray is going to be just as good as his brother, who was a fifth, sixth pick in the draft. You get a lot of ball out of a lot of players. I think their center, (Filip) Rebraca, did a really good job. He’s a year into the program now and I think he’s a fifth-year guy. (McCaffery’s) son, Connor (McCaffery), has improved his shooting tremendously, especially since freshman year. He’s also a sixth-year guy. So you’ve gained some experience. They have a pretty good guard game.

After turning the page on Iowa, the Spartans will move on to Sunday afternoon’s game against Purdue at Mackey Arena.

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