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INDIANAPOLIS — Former Indiana forward D.J. White was back in the Hoosier state on Thursday night for the Knox Indy Pro-Am at Cardinal Ritter. White teamed with Earl Calloway, Roderick Wilmont, Derek Elston, Jordan Hulls and Daniel Moore in an exhibition against a group of former Purdue players. The Alabama native finished with 23 points, [...]The post HD Video: D.J. White on IU’s Big Ten title, pro future appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
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INDIANAPOLIS — It was all fun and games Thursday night at Cardinal Ritter High School. An Indiana alumni team consisting of Jordan Hulls, D.J. White and others played a Purdue alumni club made up of JaJuan Johnson, David Teague, among others. The pace was fast, the defense was non-existent, and the result, meaningless. Well, maybe [...]The post Hulls, Elston prepare to travel overseas...
INDIANAPOLIS — Derek Elston and Jordan Hulls will soon begin the next step in their basketball careers as professionals. Elston will leave for Malta next month and Hulls for Poland later this month. Inside the Hall caught up with both players last night following the Knox Indy Pro-Am at Cardinal Ritter for an update on what’s [...]The post HD Video: Elston, Hulls discuss professional...
Indiana’s 2012-2013 Big Ten championship team has a fifth player in professional basketball as Christian Watford signed with Hapoel Eliat in Israel on Wednesday. Watford joins Victor Oladipo (Orlando Magic), Cody Zeller (Charlotte Bobcats), Jordan Hulls (Slupsk Energa Czarni/Polish Basketball League) and Derek Elston (Floriana Francesco Fenech Greens/Maltese Powerade League) as...
This is the 10th in a 12-week Friday series looking at the Wisconsin football teams 2013 opponents.
The good news for Indiana's football team was it figured out a way to push the tempo offensively and score points in a hurry last season. The bad news? Indiana didn't learn to stop anybody on defense.
And so, during a season in which the Hoosiers averaged 30.8 points per game...
Thursday Indiana announced that two true freshmen had not met their academic requirements and would not be eligible this season. A third, IU said, could return if he gets his academics in order. The Hoosiers also announced a dismissed player for a violation of team rules. Friday, Kevin Wilson explained in detail the concerns.
Kevin Wilson announced after Friday's first preseason practice that Chase Hoobler is out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his foot. It's unclear if surgery will be required. Still, Wilson said it's more "than just a preseason thing.'' So where will the Hoosiers look now for the redshirt junior's replacement?