TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Indiana State has rounded out the 2010-2011 men's basketball schedule with the addition of Rose-Hulman to the exhibition portion of the slate on November 2 and a road trip to Notre Dame on Nov. 30 as the final part of the regular season's non-conference schedule.
Indiana State University announced Friday that the men's basketball team will play at Notre Dame this upcoming season. The game is schedule for Tuesday, November 30th. Sports 10 has learned that this is a one-year deal between the Sycamores and Fighting Irish.
November's game will mark just the second time these two school's have faced one another. The other meeting was back in 1947 when John Wooden was the coach at ISU, Notre Dame beat Wooden and the Sycamores that year 66-49.
ISU will host Rose-Hulman on Nov. 2 and will then take on Wabash College on Nov. 6 for its two annual exhibition contests.
ISU opens the regular season against Texas-Pan American as part of the Jerry Tarkanian Classic on Nov. 12 before taking on Eastern Kentucky and Loyola (Ill.) over the next two days. The Sycamores travel to Ball State on Nov. 17 and Oral Roberts on Nov. 20 before opening up the home portion of the regular season on Nov. 27 against Buffalo.
The Sycamores will then travel to Notre Dame on Nov. 30 and from there to Wyoming on Dec. 4 as part of the MVC/Mountain West Challenge Series. ISU then hosts DePaul (Dec. 8) and Oakland City (Dec. 12) before traveling to Conseco Fieldhouse to take on Purdue Dec. 18.
The full 2010-11 Indiana State men's basketball schedule can be found by clicking here .
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