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2015 Gavitt Games, Creighton vs. Indiana: Game time, TV schedule, live stream, odds and more

The Gavitt Tip-Off visits a small town in Indiana.

Even Coach Mac knows you need BTN to watch the game you knuckleheads!
Even Coach Mac knows you need BTN to watch the game you knuckleheads!
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Complete Coverage: Opening Week

How to Watch, Listen, Stream

Game Time: 7 p.m. ET / 6 p.m. CT

Watch: Big Ten Network (Channel Finder)

Listen: 1620am in Omaha / 93.1fm in Indy, 103.1fm in South Bend, and 105.1fm in Bloomington (other stations can be found here)

Stream: BTN2GO - gotta have a cable subscription.

Odds & Ends

Indiana is favored by 11.5 points over Creighton via OddsShark. Elsewhere, you can find them at 13 points.

Over/Under: 162.5

Moneyline: Creighton opens at +700 while Indiana sits at -1100.

Other Hot, Steamy, Words about Sports

The internet is just a series of tubes that get clogged up by people watching 'Masters of None' on Netflix. Free-flowing information, however, is readily available whenever you want it. Here are a few choice links to click and follow in order to get a wider world view in this wacky world of sports we follow.

Visit White and Blue Review, the king of Creighton blog sites and what I assume is a dating site where singles from Omaha like to meet and have cocktails at sushi restaurants in a landlocked state.

Visit The Crimson Quarry where I assume they blog about the ethics of mining in modern day America. I also assume they talk about the relatively steady population of Amish communities that dot the state of Indiana. I could be wrong, though.

Visit BT Powerhouse, the second best conference-based SBNation blogsite, just behind the site you're reading this article on.

Take a gander at the Omaha World~Herald. I've shaken hands with their Creighton beat writer Steve Pivovar every time I've had the opportunity in the past five years, yet have never formally introduced myself. To me, it's like he's encountering a complete stranger every time we share pleasantries.

Check out Inside the Hall, a blog that takes an outsider's look at the hit sketch comedy show 'Kids in the Hall.'

Last but not least, give Rob Anderson a follow on Twitter. He's got some pretty swell stats to share about all things Creighton.