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Hoetzel to transfer from Indiana, making room for 2015 signees

Freshman forward Max Hoetzel will transfer from Indiana, per a release from the university. CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein was the first to report Hoetzel’s decision to transfer. Hoetzel “requested a release from his athletic scholarship to transfer to a program where he can compete for more playing time,” according to the release. The freshman averaged […]

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Chelsea Extend Title Lead, Liverpool Dealt Top Four Blow

CHELSEA With just eight matches left in the 2014/15 Premier League campaign, Chelsea have maintained their domestic form thanks in large part to the league’s joint top scorer Diego Costa, and the story was no different Saturday when the Blues met Hull at the KC Stadium. It didn’t take long for Mourinho’s men to jump […]

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Hoosiers In The NBA: March Madness Infects Pro Hoosiers

If you want up-to-date information on former Hoosiers in the NBA or immediate reactions to how they are performing or just want to hear more unnecessary stats, follow me on twitter at @QTipsForSports or just look for the hashtag #HoosiersInTheNBA. Hope everyone enjoyed the first week of the NCAA tournament! While every basketball fans’ attention […]

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Bracket Talk II, With Special Guest Mike Maicke

College basketball writer Brian Fox dissects the  2015 NCAA bracket in painstaking detail, once again with the help of Kansas student media member Mike Maicke. Mike currently hosts a show and broadcasts basketball for WJHK in Lawrence, and just finished covering the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City. Brian: Thanks for joining me again this […]

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Ten Things We Learned at the B1G Tournament

1) Wisconsin is good at basketball. Yesterday at the United Center in Chicago, the Wisconsin Badgers took on Michigan State for the Big Ten Championship as the #1 seed in the tournament. Led by Frank Kaminsky, Nigel Hayes, and a great late-game effort from Bronson Koenig, the Badgers prevailed with an 80-69 OT win in […]


 
 

 
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Hoetzel to transfer from Indiana, making room for 2015 signees

Posted  March 27, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

Freshman forward Max Hoetzel will transfer from Indiana, per a release from the university. CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein was the first to report Hoetzel’s decision to transfer. Hoetzel “requested a release from his athletic scholarship to transfer to a program where he can compete for more playing time,” according to the release. The freshman averaged […]

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SportsCorner, Episode 16 – 3/26/15

Posted  March 26, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

It’s the best episode yet! To begin, Isaac and I evaluate the Adrian Peterson situation and determine where he will be playing next year. Then, we give a review of the Indiana men’s basketball season. Was the season a success or failure? Will anyone go pro? Will Coach Crean be the coach next year? Following […]

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Chelsea Extend Title Lead, Liverpool Dealt Top Four Blow

Posted  March 24, 2015  by  Scott Stewart

CHELSEA With just eight matches left in the 2014/15 Premier League campaign, Chelsea have maintained their domestic form thanks in large part to the league’s joint top scorer Diego Costa, and the story was no different Saturday when the Blues met Hull at the KC Stadium. It didn’t take long for Mourinho’s men to jump […]

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Hoosiers In The NBA: March Madness Infects Pro Hoosiers

Posted  March 23, 2015  by  Quinn Saturday

If you want up-to-date information on former Hoosiers in the NBA or immediate reactions to how they are performing or just want to hear more unnecessary stats, follow me on twitter at @QTipsForSports or just look for the hashtag #HoosiersInTheNBA. Hope everyone enjoyed the first week of the NCAA tournament! While every basketball fans’ attention […]

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SportsCorner’s NCAA Tournament Special

Posted  March 18, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

It’s the NCAA Tournament Special in the SportsCorner as Isaac and I examine each region to decide who will ultimately make the Final Four. We give you all of the upsets to look out for, predict Elite Eight match-ups, and create our Final Four. Then, we look at each Final Four game that we predicted, […]

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Bracket Talk II, With Special Guest Mike Maicke

Posted  March 16, 2015  by  Brian Fox

College basketball writer Brian Fox dissects the  2015 NCAA bracket in painstaking detail, once again with the help of Kansas student media member Mike Maicke. Mike currently hosts a show and broadcasts basketball for WJHK in Lawrence, and just finished covering the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City. Brian: Thanks for joining me again this […]

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Ten Things We Learned at the B1G Tournament

Posted  March 16, 2015  by  Scott Stewart

1) Wisconsin is good at basketball. Yesterday at the United Center in Chicago, the Wisconsin Badgers took on Michigan State for the Big Ten Championship as the #1 seed in the tournament. Led by Frank Kaminsky, Nigel Hayes, and a great late-game effort from Bronson Koenig, the Badgers prevailed with an 80-69 OT win in […]

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Examining James Blackmon Jr.’s offensive production

Posted  March 14, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

No player on Indiana’s roster has attempted more field goals this season than freshman guard James Blackmon Jr. The Marion, Ind. native, a five-star prospect in high school, is considered to be among the best shooters in the 2014 recruiting class, and for good reason. He’s fifth in the country in scoring among freshmen and […]

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Indiana anxiously waits to hear its fate on Selection Sunday

Posted  March 14, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

CHICAGO – Two days might as well be an eternity for Indiana. Friday night’s 75-69 loss to No. 2 seed Maryland in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament was the final chapter in the Hoosiers’ season-long resume, which will be examined by the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee this weekend. There’s nothing left for the […]

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