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June 10, 2011

Heartland Summer Series: Eamonn Brennan

After a one week hiatus the Heartland Summer Series returns better than ever! In this episode, Jimmy is joined by Eamonn Brennan of ESPN.com’s College Basketball Nation blog. After pondering how difficult it is to write about college hoops in early June, the guys touch on a plethora of subjects. Topics include the national perception of Indiana basketball, the A-HOPE scandal involving Hanner Perea and the imminent crater that is the Tennessee basketball program. Also covered are the Penn State coaching hire and a first glance around the Big Ten. Will IU fans be disappointed again, or will they face an easier road through the Big Ten? Tune in and find out!

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Pierce Cavanaugh
Cavanaugh – a senior – is in his final year of content production for IUSportCom. After chronicling Indiana football’s 2011 season as a beat writer/columnist, and covering Hoosier basketball’s return to the Sweet Sixteen as a contributing writer, the Indianapolis native was promoted to Co-Managing Editor of IUSportCom in the spring of 2012. Twitter: @JPCIV E-mail: jpcavana@indiana.edu



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