The Vols-Boilermakers winner will pick up a Quad 1 victory and advance to the tournament finals against either Kansas or Marquette.
Tennessee finished well late in the second half to win 73-56 against Syracuse in the first game of the Maui Invitational on Monday. The Vols had three scorers in double figures, led by Dalton Knecht’s 17 points.
Purdue won 73-63 over Gonzaga later Monday.
Here’s everything you need to know about Tennessee’s game vs. Purdue, including time, TV and streaming info and more:
What channel is Tennessee vs. Purdue on today?
Tennessee vs. Purdue will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Dan Shulman and Jay Bilas will call the game courtside in Honolulu, with Angel Gray reporting from the sidelines. Streaming options for the game include the ESPN app and FUBO, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.
Tennessee vs. Purdue start time
- Date: Tuesday, Nov. 21
- Start time: 8 p.m. ET
The Tennessee-Purdue game is scheduled to tip off at 8 p.m. ET in Honolulu.
Tennessee vs. Purdue betting odds
Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of Tuesday, Nov. 21
- Spread: Purdue -3.5
- Money line: Tennessee +135, Purdue -160
- Over/under: 134.5 points
Tennessee basketball schedule 2023-24
- Nov. 6: Tennessee Tech (W 80-42)
- Nov. 10: at Wisconsin (W 80-70)
- Nov. 14: Wofford (W 82-61)
- Nov. 20: vs. Syracuse in Maui Invitational (W 73-56)
- Nov. 21: vs. Purdue in Maui Invitational
- Nov. 22: vs. Kansas or Marquette in Maui Invitational
- Nov. 29: at North Carolina
- Dec. 5: George Mason
- Dec. 9: Illinois
- Dec. 12: Georgia Southern
- Dec. 16: vs. NC State in San Antonio
- Dec. 21: Tarleton State
- Jan. 2: Norfolk State
- Jan. 6: Ole Miss
- Jan. 10: at Mississippi State
- Jan. 13: at Georgia
- Jan. 16: Florida
- Jan. 20: Alabama
- Jan. 27: at Vanderbilt
- Jan. 30: South Carolina
- Feb. 3: at Kentucky
- Feb. 7: LSU
- Feb. 10: at Texas A&M
- Feb. 14: at Arkansas
- Feb. 17: Vanderbilt
- Feb. 20: at Missouri
- Feb. 24: Texas A&M
- Feb. 28: Auburn
- March 2: at Alabama
- March 6: at South Carolina
- March 9: Kentucky
- March 13-17: SEC Tournament in Nashville
- March 19-April 6: NCAA Tournament