Penn State at Rutgers basketball: Stream, injury report, broadcast info for Tuesday’s game

Penn State heads to New Jersey for quite the battle with Rutgers on Tuesday night in Big Ten men’s basketball action. The Scarlet Knights are putting together a solid season that is already highlighted by an upset win at home over No. 1 Purdue. The road has not been kind to Penn State in conference play so far this season as Penn State travels to New Jersey with an 0-3 road record in Big Ten contests. Penn State will take on the role of underdog in this one too.

Here’s how to catch all of the action Tuesday evening.

TV and stream information

  • Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2023

  • Time: 6:30 p.m. ET

  • TV Channel: Big Ten Network

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Injury Report

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After getting [autotag]Caleb Dorsey[/autotag] back on the court in their last game, Penn State looks to be pretty healthy as they head to New Jersey. No players appear on the injury report heading into the game, which is a positive sign for head coach Micah Shrewsberry.

Rutgers also looks to be in good shape with no players appearing on the injury report heading into the game either.

Updated college basketball injury updates can be found on the USA TODAY Sports injury report.

State leaders

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  • Jalen Pickett, Penn State: 7.9 rpg

  • Clifford Omoruyi, Rutgers 10.2 rpg


  • Jalen Pickett, Penn State: 7.2 apg

  • Paul Mulcahy, Rutgers 4.1 apg

ESPN BPI Outlook

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As mentioned earlier, Penn State will be a bit of an underdog in New Jersey on Tuesday evening. The ESPN Basketball Power Index gives Penn State just a 20.1% chance of winning, one of the smallest win percentages given to Penn State this season and the smallest outside of the matchup with Purdue.

Rutgers ranks no. 16 in the latest ESPN BPI rankings, while Penn State is just no. 47. With the numbers stacked against them, this would certainly be considered a big win for Shrewsberry and the Penn State program if it can come out of New Jersey with a win.

Coming into the game, Joe Lunardi has Penn State among his first four teams out of the NCAA Basketball Tournament, with Rutgers elevating itself recently to a safe spot above the last four byes in his updated bracketology outlook.

Story originally appeared on Nittany Lions Wire