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Class of 2013 five-star forward Noah Vonleh has added an official visit to his schedule and an official visit originally planned for this coming weekend to Syracuse is no longer taking place, according to his high school coach. Pete Hutchins, the head coach at the New Hampton School, told Inside the Hall today via text message that Vonleh will not take an official visit this weekend to Syracuse. The visit has not been rescheduled at this point. Vonleh, who will make an official visit to Bloomington the weekend of Nov. 9-11, has added an official visit to Ohio State on the weekend following Thanksgiving. The Indiana visit will be his first official visit. The Bloomington trip will afford Vonleh the opportunity to take in a game day atmosphere for basketball and football. Indiana plays its season opener against Bryant on Friday, Nov. 9 and the football team hosts Wisconsin at noon on Saturday, Nov. 10. The Hoosiers, along with Connecticut, Georgetown, North Carolina, Ohio State and Sy...
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With No. 1 Indiana’s one and only exhibition game set for Thursday night at Assembly Hall, here are some things to watch for in the Hoosiers’ first game action of the year.
1. Starting lineup
It has been one of the most discussed and debated topics during the offseason, and we’ll finally get some answers on Thursday night. Who is going to start?
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Steven Harris writes: IU clearly has a lot of depth at positions 1-3, but there doesn’t seem to be as much room to cope with foul trouble or injury in the front court. How well do...
Indiana associate head coach Steve McClain, freshman guard Yogi Ferrell and junior guard Victor Oladipo met with the media earlier this afternoon to preview Thursday’s exhibition game with Indiana Wesleyan.
Watch and listen to both press conferences in the embedded media players below:
Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim decided last season to redshirt a promising freshman guard and break from the norm by giving his bench plenty of playing time. Just thinking ahead, apparently.
The Orange lost its top four players from last year's team, which won a school-record 34 games and lost only three, and yet as the new season looms Syracuse is ranked No. 9 in the AP preseason...
Indiana basketball is back on top of the college basketball world and it intends to stay there for a while.
After going 27-9 last season, winning 15 more games than 2010-11 and reaching the NCAA tournament for the first time under coach Tom Crean, the Hoosiers enter this season ranked No. 1 for the first time since 1979-80 and only the third time in school history.