Big Ten Tournament Bracket 2012: Indiana Vs. Penn St. Time, TV Schedule And More

The 15th-ranked Indiana Hoosiers will take on the Penn State Nittany Lions in opening round play of the 2012 Big Ten basketball tournament, pitting the universities against each other for the third time this season.

Penn State is hopeful that the third time is indeed the charm, and that it can upend the Hoosiers for the first time this season. Indiana trounced the Nittany Lions in the last meeting in Bloomington, but Penn State hung tough on its home court when the schools met back in January.

Related: Big Ten Breakdown with Nick Fasulo

Tim Frazier, a junior guard, leads the way for Penn State with 18.9 points per game, and Indiana counters with a balanced offensive attack headlined by sensational freshman Cody Zeller.

The winner of the match-up will take on fourth-seeded Wisconsin in the quarterfinals on Friday.

The tip is set for 2:30 p.m. EST and the game can be seen on the Big Ten Network.

For more on the 2012 Big Ten Tournament, head over to the SB Nation blog BT Powerhouse.

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