March 3, 2021

INDOT Unveils 'Hoosier Hoops Highway' Signs For Tourneys

An Indiana Department of Transportation worker installs one of the special signs along Interstate 70. - Courtesy of the Indiana Department of Transportation via Twitter

An Indiana Department of Transportation worker installs one of the special signs along Interstate 70.

Courtesy of the Indiana Department of Transportation via Twitter

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Department of Transportation has begun unveiling “Hoosier Hoops Highway” signs across the state ahead of the Big Ten, NCAA and other basketball tournaments being hosted in Indiana.

Games will be played throughout Indiana beginning Wednesday in Evansville, Indianapolis, Bloomington and West Lafayette.

INDOT said Tuesday it is placing temporary signs on highways leading to host cities to commemorate the historic month and help guide fans and teams.

Signs will be visible along major routes serving the tournaments during the month of March.

The Ohio Valley Conference men's and women's tournaments begin Wednesday at Evansville's Ford Center.

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