Found February 06, 2013 on Inside the Hall:
Associate head coach Tim Buckley, Cody Zeller and Jeremy Hollowell met with the media on Wednesday afternoon to preview No. 1 Indiana’s Thursday showdown with Illinois in Champaign. Watch both press conferences in the embedded media players below:

HD Video: IU players react to loss at Illinois

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Christian Watford, Cody Zeller and Jordan Hulls met with the media following No. 1 Indiana’s 74-72 loss to Illinois on Thursday at Assembly Hall. Watch and listen to their postgame comments in the embedded media player below:

Jalen Rose Parties at Indiana University, Talks About Michael Jordan’s Flu Game, Reggie Miller’s Ex-Wife

It’s been almost two decades since Jalen Rose last suited up for the University of Michigan. So by now, the former Fab Five member and current ESPN personality can have a good time with students at rival Indiana University. Following the Hoosiers’ 81-73 win over the top-ranked Wolverines on Saturday night, Rose stayed up partying until 5 a.m. with IU students, according to Reddit...

Draft watch: Oladipo continues rise toward lottery

It’s been a month since our last examination of the NBA Draft outlook for this year’s Indiana team and the key takeaway from the last month is the steady rise of junior Victor Oladipo toward the lottery. Let’s get to it: Cody Zeller ESPN: (7) Draft Express: (4) (3) · Analysis: Zeller’s stock has remained as a high lottery pick, but the talk of him going...

Podcast on the Brink: Back to No. 1

The Hoosiers are who we thought they were — the No. 1 team in the country. Podcast on the Brink hosts Matt Dollinger and Justin Albers return this week to break down IU’s big win over Michigan and discuss what the team needs to do to stay on top the rest of the season. In addition, Baltimore Sun writer and former Herald-Times sports editor Chris Korman joins the program to discuss...

At a Glance: Indiana

A quick look at Illinois' Thursday opponent - the Indiana Hoosiers.

College Basketball Plays – 2/7

While there is less games on Thursday the quality is a lot better. Check out who I like. Must Plays: Christian Wofford and Cody Zeller (Indiana) – Both Wofford and Zeller are must plays against an Illinois team that lacks post presence. Wofford is Mr. consistent; he has scored in double figures in 12 straight games. He is coming off a double double in the win over number 1 Michigan...

Film Session: Second half D

Indiana’s defense held Michigan’s most efficient offense in the nation to 1.06 points per possession in its 81-73 win on Saturday night. It was the Wolverines’ second lowest output of the season on a per possession basis. In the second half, the Hoosiers often forced Trey Burke and company into contested looks out of the paint and away from the rim. The normally-efficient Burke...

What is wrong with college basketball?

Some call it parity, although that's being kind. Some chalk it up to the pressure, but that, too, doesn't tell the whole story. Some call it the curse of the one-and-done's, saying this was as predictable as the next full moon. Whatever you call it and whatever the cause, the truth of the matter is college basketball isn't very good right now. Want proof? Name...

No. 1 Indiana Upset by Fighting Illini

Does anyone want to be No.1? Over the last five weeks the No. 1 team in the nation has fallen. Last week it was Michigan courtesy of the Hoosiers. This week the Hoosiers were looking to buck that trend, but first things first--they had to make it by the Fighting Illini. Looking at Illinois you would think that shouldn't be a problem. The Illini were 15-8 overall and just...
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