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Tonight, two teams heading in opposite directions will play a Big Ten conference game with big implications. One team will try to keep their momentum as they head into two games against top 15 ranked opponents. The other team wants to save their season, and play the spoiler role. You can see this evening game in ultra-high resolution by streaming Northwestern vs. Indiana in 4K on Fubo TV

The Northwestern Wildcats will play against the Indiana Hoosiers at 7 p.m. Eastern this evening, November 2. This game will be played at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind. The game will be broadcast on FS1, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.

The Northwestern Wildcats (1-6) have come crashing down after a soaring 2018 season. Last year, Northwestern earned their way into the Big Ten Championship game for the first time, and won a New Year's Eve bowl game against Utah. This year they've gone from division winners to last place, with an 0-5 record in the Big Ten so far. The Wildcats need more offense if they hope to win games, as they've scored less than 17 points in all six of their losses. Their top two quarterbacks, Aidan Smith and Hunter Johnson, have combined for just two touchdowns and a whopping 10 interceptions. If Northwestern can't avoid turnovers in Indiana, this game could get ugly quickly.

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The Indiana Hoosiers (6-2) are rolling through a strong rebound season after a difficult 2018 for Head Coach Tom Allen. They've jumped from near the bottom of the Big Ten standings to third place in the East Division. Some of this has to be related to their schedule, as they have been playing some of the worst teams in the conference. However, after this game the Hoosiers will play at No. 5 Penn State and home against No. 14 Michigan. The Hoosier defense has also been stout with two shutouts already this year. If they can avoid looking past the Wildcats, the Hoosiers can make a good case for a great bowl game invitation.

Watching sports in 4K HDR can turn a sour matchup into a sweet treat to watch. Fox and Fubo have been regularly adding more and more college Saturday games to their 4K HDR schedule. We will be sure to update you as more 4K games are added, especially if one is a competitive game.

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