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One to Watch: Troy Williams, Indiana

Second in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team One of the biggest things separating great college players from great NBA players is a jump shot. Many analysts have waxed poetic about how Michael Carter-Williams and Elfrid Payton could become stars, if only they could develop […]

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Goalkeeper Christian Lomeli joins Hoosiers for 2015 campaign

Today, Indiana men’s soccer coach Todd Yeagley announced that the Hoosiers have added GK Christian Lomeli for the 2015 season.   Lomeli transfers to Bloomington by way of IUPUI and still has two years of eligibility remaining, per a release, and Coach Yeagley is thrilled by the addition.   “We are very excited to have Christian join us […]

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Steven Gerrard: A Tribute

Tomorrow, for the last time in a red shirt, Steven Gerrard will walk out onto the Anfield pitch to a guard of honor for his service to the club for 17 years.   It will be emotional, no doubt, as many try to hold back tears that will eventually surface. Although I won’t be at […]

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Indiana dismisses Devin Davis and Hanner Mosquera-Perea from program

Today, the Indiana Men’s Basketball team announced that sophomore Devin Davis and senior Hanner Mosquera-Perea have been dismissed from the team. The official statement from IU Athletics cited “not living up to their responsibilities to the program,” as the main reason. This stems from a citation for marijuana possession that Davis received on Monday with […]

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Indiana Men’s Soccer Schedule Revealed

After a successful spring season, the Indiana Men’s Soccer schedule for the 2015 season has been released – and it’s an exciting one. The Hoosiers opened last year with home exhibition matches against Xavier and Washington, but have replaced those schools with Valparaiso (8/17) and Western Michigan (8/20). IU has added a third exhibition match […]


 
 

 
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Bigger than One Game

Posted  July 3, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

With less than ten minutes left in the 2011 World Cup final, the U.S. Women’s National Team was on the verge of soccer greatness. Clinging to a 1-0 lead over Japan, all the team had to do was run out the clock, and they would be champions. Fate had other plans, however, and a goal […]

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One to Watch: Peter Jok, Iowa

Posted  July 3, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Third in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team The strongest indicator that the Big Ten will be one of the best conferences in America in 2015-16 is the fact that Iowa is still flying under the radar. It’s easy to understand why Iowa isn’t […]

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One to Watch: Troy Williams, Indiana

Posted  July 2, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Second in a series identifying 14 college basketball players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team One of the biggest things separating great college players from great NBA players is a jump shot. Many analysts have waxed poetic about how Michael Carter-Williams and Elfrid Payton could become stars, if only they could develop […]

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One to Watch: Malcolm Hill, Illinois

Posted  July 1, 2015  by  Brian Fox

College basketball writer Brian Fox presents a series that will identify 14 players who will have a breakout season–one on each Big Ten team. The 2014-15 campaign ended with a thud for Illinois. The Illini suffered back to back blowout defeats in the Big Ten Tournament and NIT at the hands of Michigan and Alabama, […]

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Grading the Lottery

Posted  June 26, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

The NBA Draft is always full of excitement and surprises, and last night was no different. Before we turn our attention to the summer league games to watch the new rookies in action, here are my grades for last night’s lottery picks. 1. Minnesota Timberwolves – Karl-Anthony Towns This was more of a completion grade […]

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2015 NBA Draft Diary

Posted  June 26, 2015  by  Brian Fox

Welcome to my first attempt at an NBA Draft Diary. In my never-ending quest to be the next Bill Simmons (and since he can’t do a draft diary himself since he’s not gainfully employed), I’ll be breaking down the draft as it unfolds. And by “as it unfolds”, I mean as it unfolds on a […]

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2015 NBA Draft Notes

Posted  June 25, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

In just a few hours, the lives of 60 young men will forever be changed as they hear their name called at the 2015 NBA Draft. As time gets closer to Commissioner Adam Silver’s announcement that the Minnesota Timberwolves are officially on the clock, here are some last-minute notes for the top ten teams on […]

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SportsCorner, NBA Draft Special – 6/22/15

Posted  June 23, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

It’s our NBA Draft Special! We first take a look at what the Pacers should do with their 11th pick. Should they go small or draft a big man? Then, we discuss the two biggest wild cards in the top-10: Jahlil Okafor and Kristaps Porzingis. How will they affect where everyone else goes? Finally, we […]

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Tiger Woods: A Fall from Grace

Posted  June 22, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

There are moments in our lives that we fail to fully appreciate because we have no way of knowing that it represents the end of something great. Time passes until it is too late, and we are left with the burning desire that we would have known then what we know now. This realization hit […]

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