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IUSportCom’s NFL gurus Chris Vadney and Jordan Jackson give a rundown of all happenings in the offseason—and what we might expect in September and beyond—by answering a few simple questions: Which team had the best draft? CHRIS VADNEY: You could argue that many teams filled their needs on draft day but few filled as many [...]
When Stephen Curry and the Davidson Wildcats shocked the world in the 2008 NCAA Tournament and made the Elite Eight before ultimately losing to Kansas by two points, it was cute. Now, in his fourth season in the NBA, the once-darling of The Big Dance is taking the basketball world by storm (again) and [...]
I am not going to waste your time by contending that Barry Bonds is innocent; there is no point in trying to argue this. It has become fairly common knowledge that Bonds did in fact inject himself with a performance-enhancing drug. A person’s head and body cannot grow to be that big naturally in just [...]
Join IUSportCom’s Jon Baron this evening as he broadcasts the game between Indiana and Michigan. Indiana comes into this game ranked #17 in the country. You can find the game here by keeping your browser open to this window. The game broadcast should start at the proper time. Thanks for listening!
Indiana brings in another rainy day victory at Bart Kauffman Field. The 5-2 win over Eastern Kentucky shows how having a home field advantage is more of a reality for the Hoosiers than anyone else. Luke Harrison, Kyle Schwarber, Justin Cureton, and Coach Tracy Smith talk about how the team has adapted to the turf [...]
Last season, quarterback controversy surrounded the Indiana Hoosiers football team. Starting Quarterback Tre Roberson went down with a broken leg in the second game of the year, and the rest of the season was essentially a wrestling match between Cameron Coffman and Nate Sudfeld for the starting job. This season all three of these players [...]
With the NBA season coming to a close this week, Max and Chris dissect the possible playoff match ups we could see, give you their end of the year awards and also talk about the injuries to Kobe Bryant and Derrick Rose.
With their spring training season almost over, the Indiana football team looks to improve on getting more physical and working on their more complex plays as they kept this game “vanilla. Allie Hausfeld reports from Memorial Stadium.
Indiana’s spring football game ended in a 21-7 victory for the Cream team, which was captained by seniors Greg Heben and Kofi Hughes, but the Hoosiers were careful to not show too much. Coach Wilson made it clear the Hoosiers weren’t going to give next season’s opening opponents Indiana State and Navy any advantage through [...]
Tre Roberson seemed to be the answer to the quarterback carousel that has haunted Indiana football over their recent years. Now after returning from a gruesome injury that sidelined him for nearly all of last season, Roberson is once again thrown into the mix of potential players who are going to get the starting spot [...]
Image courtesy of Indiana Athletics Patience. At this time last week, proper prognostication of the offseason that lies ahead of Indiana basketball was logistically impossible, due to an unclear idea of what the next season’s roster could look like. Thanks to a pair of recent decisions made by Remy Abell and Cody Zeller, the picture [...]
IUSportCom’s Nakel McClinton shares her thoughts on what she expects out of her first Little 500 race. Before coming to Indiana University, my knowledge of the Little 500 race was relatively limited. I grew up in the region where people only care about Chicago sports, and we almost disassociate ourselves with the state of Indiana. [...]
Theres trouble with both teams in Los Angeles as the Dodgers and Angels have suffered significant injuries to the front end of their rotations. Will and Josh discuss what the losses of Jered Weaver and Zach Greinke mean to both teams and also, go over the good and bad they’ve seen so far [...]