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Zeller and Oladipo Watch: Regular Season’s End and Zeller’s Playoff Projections

(NOTE: Sorry about not having this done on Thursday night but I had a lot of school work. Also my next edition of Zeller and Oladipo Watch will take place after the Heat-Bobcats series. If the Bobcats somehow win I will continue until they are eliminated.) The regular season has come to an end and […]

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(Way too Early) Fox’s Top Ten for 2014-15

One of the beautiful things about March Madness is that it’s a single elimination tournament. All that matters is how each team is playing at the moment. I recently read a season recap on Wisconsin basketball in which the blogger (a Wisconsin student or fan, I can’t remember) encouraged fans to take solace because “we […]

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IU looks to sweep the Spartans – LIVE BROADCAST, 1 P.M.

The Hoosiers, winners of 12 of their last 13 ballgames, try and sweep the Michigan State Spartans this afternoon at Bart Kaufman Field. The sweep would be the returning of a favor, as MSU swept the Hoosiers with three walk off victories last season in East Lansing.  The Hoosiers are currently ranked number 18 in […]

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Hoosiers Defeat the Spartans After 12 Innings

The IU men’s baseball team defeated the Michigan State Spartans in day two of the BIG Ten weekend series. The win gave the Hoosiers a 2-0 lead in the series as they look to sweep the Spartans on Sunday in the two teams final match. It was also strikeout cancer day at Bart Kauffman Field […]

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Walk Off Single in The 10th Propels IU Past Western Kentucky

Western Kentucky’s Ryan Thurston, an Indiana native, held IU without a hit until the 8th inning. However the game remained scoreless until the 10th when Tim O’Conner hit a walk-off single brining home Will Nolden. The Hoosiers are now 22-11 on the season, and host conference rival Michigan State this weekend. Allie Hausfeld reports from […]


 
 

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Zeller and Oladipo Watch: Regular Season’s End and Zeller’s Playoff Projections

Posted  April 21, 2014  by  Quinn Saturday

(NOTE: Sorry about not having this done on Thursday night but I had a lot of school work. Also my next edition of Zeller and Oladipo Watch will take place after the Heat-Bobcats series. If the Bobcats somehow win I will continue until they are eliminated.) The regular season has come to an end and […]

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The Lovable Losers: Post-Easter Edition

Posted  April 21, 2014  by  IUSportCom Staff

Featured Image Courtesy of AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh. Growing up a Cubs fan isn’t easy, or fair, but IUSportCom writers Duncan Salek and Walter Lutz will be exchanging emails from week-to-week, to give updates on the Cubs’ season and all the frustrations that come with it.   Duncan (8:27 a.m.): Walter, I hope you (along […]

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(Way too Early) Fox’s Top Ten for 2014-15

Posted  April 21, 2014  by  Brian Fox

One of the beautiful things about March Madness is that it’s a single elimination tournament. All that matters is how each team is playing at the moment. I recently read a season recap on Wisconsin basketball in which the blogger (a Wisconsin student or fan, I can’t remember) encouraged fans to take solace because “we […]

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IU looks to sweep the Spartans – LIVE BROADCAST, 1 P.M.

Posted  April 20, 2014  by  Jonathan Baron

The Hoosiers, winners of 12 of their last 13 ballgames, try and sweep the Michigan State Spartans this afternoon at Bart Kaufman Field. The sweep would be the returning of a favor, as MSU swept the Hoosiers with three walk off victories last season in East Lansing.  The Hoosiers are currently ranked number 18 in […]

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Hoosiers Defeat the Spartans After 12 Innings

Posted  April 19, 2014  by  IUSportCom Staff

The IU men’s baseball team defeated the Michigan State Spartans in day two of the BIG Ten weekend series. The win gave the Hoosiers a 2-0 lead in the series as they look to sweep the Spartans on Sunday in the two teams final match. It was also strikeout cancer day at Bart Kauffman Field […]

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Walk Off Single in The 10th Propels IU Past Western Kentucky

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Allie Hausfeld

Western Kentucky’s Ryan Thurston, an Indiana native, held IU without a hit until the 8th inning. However the game remained scoreless until the 10th when Tim O’Conner hit a walk-off single brining home Will Nolden. The Hoosiers are now 22-11 on the season, and host conference rival Michigan State this weekend. Allie Hausfeld reports from […]

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Hoosiers Survive Eight Hitless Innings, Win In The Tenth

Posted  April 17, 2014  by  Quinn Saturday

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – It was the top of the seventh. Western Kentucky third baseman Clint Hardy had just hit one to shallow right field with teammate David Simmons already on second. Despite Hilltopper starting pitcher Ryan Thurston no-hitting the Hoosier lineup to that point, Western Kentucky and Indiana were still tied at zero. Desperate to […]

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Erratic Pitching Ends Indiana’s Winning Streak

Posted  April 16, 2014  by  Quinn Saturday

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana’s bats were the main reason the Hoosiers saw themselves with a nine-game winning streak heading into Sunday, but it was their pitching that ultimately let them down as the Morehead State Eagles (17-18) beat the Hoosiers (21-11) by a score of 8-7 and avoid a three-game sweep. Sophomore left-handed pitcher Will […]

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2014 WNBA Draft Recap

Posted  April 15, 2014  by  Nakel McClinton

Connecticut Sun: Chiney Ogwumike-F-Stanford. Before the draft even started, the Connecticut Sun had the surprise of the night by announcing they traded the 2012 MVP Tina Charles to the New York Liberty. As if Ogwumike was not already a favorite to be the No. 1 pick, this made it a lock. Chiney was known at […]

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