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Hoosiers continue talent grab The relative shambles that the Indiana Hoosiers‘ basketball program was in when coach Tom Crean took over has all but been erased from the minds of college basketball fans at large in a few short years, and a significant reason is because of their outstanding success on the recruiting trail. After [...]
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Indiana’s recruiting prowess in the DMV area has been well-established for much of Tom Crean’s tenure in Bloomington. Crean’s second recruiting class included Maurice Creek and his third included Victor Oladipo.
But more recently, IU’s efforts in the area have ramped up to a higher level with the addition of assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Kenny Johnson, a native...
Indiana had three days to let its first loss of the season sink in. Now, the Hoosiers have three favorable matchups to get back on track before Big Ten play.
Playing without the nation's top ranking for the first time this season, No. 6 Indiana will meet Mount St. Mary's on Wednesday night in the first of three straight home games against small conference foes.
There are many ways to try and explain No. 1 Indiana’s upset loss to Butler on Saturday. There are many ways to try and justify it.
But maybe, just maybe, the right answer you’re so desperately looking for doesn’t have all that much to do with Indiana. Perhaps it has more to do with Butler.
There’s no question the Hoosiers didn’t play like the nation’s best team in Saturday’s...
Indiana is No. 1 no more as the Hoosiers fell victim to Butler on Saturday in overtime at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
To break down Butler’s stunner, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com joins hosts Matt Dollinger and Greg Rosenstein on this week’s Podcast on the Brink. Bozich shares his insights on what went wrong for the Hoosiers and how this loss could ultimately benefit the team going...