What channel is Nebraska basketball's games on this week? How to Watch

The Nebraska basketball team is playing some very big games for their tournament hopes and you can watch them all.
Ohio State v Nebraska
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With just three games to go in the regular season, the Nebraska basketball team could very well have clinched their tournament appearance by the time the game ends on Sunday night. The good news here is that the Huskers are on television both times this week.

With a chance at the double bye in the Big Ten tournament the Huskers will face their toughest opponent of their final three on Thursday night against the Ohio State Buckeyes.

While most of the Huskers games this season have been on the Big Ten network, there will be a different network to see the Cornhuskers try and win their second conference road game of the season.

Nebraska basketball vs Ohio State will be on Thursday night at 5:30pm on FS1. The most obvious way to watch this game will be to tune into the channel through your local cable provider. Of course, if you're like me, then you're going to be streaming.

Luckily for you, FS1is also available through FuboTV. This particular service is always offering various trials and deals that may even allow you to watch the game for free and see if it's something you want to keep doing once the trial is over.

What channel is Nebraska basketball's games on this week? How to Watch

Despite the fact that Ohio State has fired their head coach, the Buckeyes are actually surprising favorites to knock off the Huskers. NU's struggles on the roads are just part of the story here. There's also the fact that OSU has played better since Chris Holtmann was fired.

The second game of the week will be Sunday night's tilt back at PBA against the Scarlet Knights. The game is Sunday night at 5:30pm and this game will be televised on BTN.

Should they lose to Ohio State, the Rutgers game will be huge. If they beat the Buckeyes, the game will be huge. Welcome to meaningful games, Nebraska basketball fans.