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Indiana Basketball Looking for Momentum

  Indiana fell to Iowa 77 to 63 after missing a combined 20 layups and dunks. This is the Hoosier’s second straight Big Ten loss after falling to Northwestern on the road last week. Indiana hosts Michigan State on Saturday for their last regular season game. Allie Hausfeld reports from Assembly Hall.    

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Indiana’s NCAA Tournament hopes in jeopardy with home loss to Iowa

One by one, they filed into the room without saying a word. Lined up shoulder-to-shoulder and knee-to-knee, Indiana’s five starters and redshirt junior guard Nick Zeisloft sat together behind a table that was designed to seat only three people. They faced the media. The table separated the players’ hanging heads, low voices, and seemingly broken […]

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Crean ‘wouldn’t hold out hope’ that Hartman plays against Iowa

Sophomore forward Collin Hartman may be sidelined for a second straight game when Indiana faces Iowa at home on Tuesday after he suffered a bone bruise in his left leg in the Hoosiers’ win at Rutgers on Feb. 22. Indiana coach Tom Crean met with the media at 9 p.m. on Sunday night to preview his […]

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Hoosiers In The NBA: Best “Zeller vs. Oladipo” Matchup To Date

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. Co-captains of the 2013 Big Ten Champion Indiana Hoosiers and top five picks of the […]

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Indiana stumbles at Northwestern as offense disappears in the second half

EVANSTON, Ill. — Indiana was on the wrong side of history as Northwestern won its fourth consecutive Big Ten game Wednesday night, 72-65 — an achievement the Wildcats hadn’t accomplished since 1967. Indiana’s offense, better known as Dr. Jekkyl and Mr. Hyde in Welsh-Ryan Arena, scored 40 points before halftime, but sputtered before coming to […]


 
 

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Indiana Basketball Looking for Momentum

Posted  March 5, 2015  by  Allie Hausfeld

  Indiana fell to Iowa 77 to 63 after missing a combined 20 layups and dunks. This is the Hoosier’s second straight Big Ten loss after falling to Northwestern on the road last week. Indiana hosts Michigan State on Saturday for their last regular season game. Allie Hausfeld reports from Assembly Hall.    

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Indiana v. Iowa – Tom Crean’s Seat Gets Hotter

Posted  March 4, 2015  by  Scott Stewart

To say Tom Crean’s seat is a only little warm would be like saying IU students are *only a little* tired of seeing the Hoosier’s basketball team lose this year. Last night, Indiana dropped their second straight game by a score of 77-63 in a game that featured solid, consistent offense from the Hawkeyes, and […]

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Indiana’s NCAA Tournament hopes in jeopardy with home loss to Iowa

Posted  March 4, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

One by one, they filed into the room without saying a word. Lined up shoulder-to-shoulder and knee-to-knee, Indiana’s five starters and redshirt junior guard Nick Zeisloft sat together behind a table that was designed to seat only three people. They faced the media. The table separated the players’ hanging heads, low voices, and seemingly broken […]

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Crean ‘wouldn’t hold out hope’ that Hartman plays against Iowa

Posted  March 2, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

Sophomore forward Collin Hartman may be sidelined for a second straight game when Indiana faces Iowa at home on Tuesday after he suffered a bone bruise in his left leg in the Hoosiers’ win at Rutgers on Feb. 22. Indiana coach Tom Crean met with the media at 9 p.m. on Sunday night to preview his […]

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Implications of Dez Bryant Report

Posted  March 2, 2015  by  Andrew Reising

With a superstar wide receiver of Dez Bryant‘s caliber, what possible reason could the Dallas Cowboys manufacture to justify not signing him to a long-term deal? Reports have recently surfaced of the existence of a video of an “unknown disturbance” in a Walmart parking lot near Lancaster, Texas that may have serious legal implications. While […]

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Hoosiers In The NBA: Best “Zeller vs. Oladipo” Matchup To Date

Posted  March 2, 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. Co-captains of the 2013 Big Ten Champion Indiana Hoosiers and top five picks of the […]

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SportsCorner, Episode 13 – 2/27/15

Posted  February 28, 2015  by  Tyler Ratts

Should freshmen athletes be ineligible while they get used to the college life? This is a rule that the Big Ten is considering, and to start this week’s podcast, Isaac and I debate whether or not this would be a successful rule in college sports. Next, we make predictions on who will be the #1 […]

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Indiana stumbles at Northwestern as offense disappears in the second half

Posted  February 25, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

EVANSTON, Ill. — Indiana was on the wrong side of history as Northwestern won its fourth consecutive Big Ten game Wednesday night, 72-65 — an achievement the Wildcats hadn’t accomplished since 1967. Indiana’s offense, better known as Dr. Jekkyl and Mr. Hyde in Welsh-Ryan Arena, scored 40 points before halftime, but sputtered before coming to […]

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Hoosiers travel to Northwestern looking to end Wildcats’ win streak

Posted  February 24, 2015  by  Andy Wittry

Indiana’s final road game of the season will come on Wednesday night against Northwestern (13-14, 4-10), one of the hotter teams in the Big Ten — and no, that’s not a typo. After dropping 10 consecutive conference games, the Wildcats have won three straight and held their opponents to an average of 55 points per […]

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