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With Williams and Robinson back, Indiana defeats SMU

With Troy Williams and Stan Robinson seeing the floor for the first time this season following their suspensions, Indiana took down 22nd ranked SMU. The Hoosiers got off to a slow start and trailed by as many as 12 halfway through the first half, however limited turnovers and relied on their outside shooting to finish […]

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Blackmon Jr. Helps Hoosiers Pass First Test

It wasn’t easy, nor was it particularly pretty at times, but Indiana passed their first test of the 2014-15 season. In a season that has already seen its fair share of ups and downs, the Hoosiers were once again able to put the distractions behind them, dispatching another ranked foe at Assembly Hall. In defeating […]

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Small ball prevails as Indiana knocks off No. 22 SMU

It wasn’t always pretty but using small ball, Indiana defeated No. 22 SMU 74-68 Thursday night. The Mustangs had a height advantage at three, sometimes four positions, throughout the game. It showed on the boards. The Mustangs out-rebounded Indiana 40-27 and grabbed nine of their 22 missed shots. It was obvious in their interior scoring. […]

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Column: Mosquera-Perea must make a bigger statistical impact moving forward

Hanner Mosquera-Perea almost had a 13 trillion in the first half of Indiana’s 74-68 win against Southern Methodist Thursday. What is a trillion—let alone a 13 trillion—you ask? A “trillion” is a stat line created by former Ohio State walk-on and current Grantland.com college basketball writer Mark Titus. It’s when a player plays for one […]

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Indiana to play host to No. 22 SMU

In an alternate universe, Thursday night’s Indiana-Southern Methodist matchup would be one between two ranked teams, each having a freshman guard who could potentially be selected No. 1 overall in the 2015 NBA Draft. It would be labeled as the battle between Indiana’s 6-foot-6 Australian combo guard Dante Exum and SMU’s 6-foot-5 Congolese-American point guard Emmanuel Mudiay. As […]


 
 

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With Williams and Robinson back, Indiana defeats SMU

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  Allie Hausfeld

With Troy Williams and Stan Robinson seeing the floor for the first time this season following their suspensions, Indiana took down 22nd ranked SMU. The Hoosiers got off to a slow start and trailed by as many as 12 halfway through the first half, however limited turnovers and relied on their outside shooting to finish […]

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Blackmon Jr. Helps Hoosiers Pass First Test

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  William Chukerman

It wasn’t easy, nor was it particularly pretty at times, but Indiana passed their first test of the 2014-15 season. In a season that has already seen its fair share of ups and downs, the Hoosiers were once again able to put the distractions behind them, dispatching another ranked foe at Assembly Hall. In defeating […]

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Small ball prevails as Indiana knocks off No. 22 SMU

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  Andy Wittry

It wasn’t always pretty but using small ball, Indiana defeated No. 22 SMU 74-68 Thursday night. The Mustangs had a height advantage at three, sometimes four positions, throughout the game. It showed on the boards. The Mustangs out-rebounded Indiana 40-27 and grabbed nine of their 22 missed shots. It was obvious in their interior scoring. […]

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Column: Mosquera-Perea must make a bigger statistical impact moving forward

Posted  November 21, 2014  by  Andy Wittry

Hanner Mosquera-Perea almost had a 13 trillion in the first half of Indiana’s 74-68 win against Southern Methodist Thursday. What is a trillion—let alone a 13 trillion—you ask? A “trillion” is a stat line created by former Ohio State walk-on and current Grantland.com college basketball writer Mark Titus. It’s when a player plays for one […]

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Know Thy Opponent: SMU Mustangs

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Andy Wittry

2013-14 Record: 27-10 (12-6) 2014-15 Record: 1-1 (The Mustangs lost to No. 13 Gonzaga 72-56 on the road Monday night and defeated future Indiana opponent Lamar 93-54 last Friday) Last Season in Review: SMU finished tied for third in the American Athletic Conference last season. Despite a 27-win season and defeating four of the seven ranked opponents on their […]

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Indiana to play host to No. 22 SMU

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Andy Wittry

In an alternate universe, Thursday night’s Indiana-Southern Methodist matchup would be one between two ranked teams, each having a freshman guard who could potentially be selected No. 1 overall in the 2015 NBA Draft. It would be labeled as the battle between Indiana’s 6-foot-6 Australian combo guard Dante Exum and SMU’s 6-foot-5 Congolese-American point guard Emmanuel Mudiay. As […]

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SportsCorner, Episode 3 – 11/19/14

Posted  November 20, 2014  by  Tyler Ratts

In this week’s episode, we begin by looking at the Adrian Peterson ruling by Commissioner Roger Goodell, taking a specific look at some of the specific quotes within his letter to Peterson. Then, Isaac and I debate on who is the best team in college basketball this year. Following this, we sort out the mess […]

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Indiana WBB knocks off Valpo, 81-49

Posted  November 18, 2014  by  Scott Stewart

Victory no. 201 for Indiana Head Coach Teri Moren was a sweet one, as the unranked Hoosiers knocked off the Valparaiso Crusaders, 81-49. The Hoosiers were led in scoring by freshman Tyra Buss, who bagged 22 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 8 steals, eclipsing her career high of 7. Jenn Anderson also had a […]

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Fantasy Forensics: Week 12 Pick Ups

Posted  November 18, 2014  by  Joseph Hopkins

Coby Fleener – The third year tight end had his best game as a pro last week as he racked up 144 yards, with seven catches in a game which fellow tight end, Dwayne Allen, went down with an ankle injury. Allen, who has split targets pretty evenly with Fleener, is officially listed as questionable, […]

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