Found December 20, 2011 on Inside the Hall:
Indiana shot the ball so well in the first half Monday night against Howard, it seemed as if everything the Hoosiers threw up was going to go in. The No. 17 Hoosiers (11-0) made nine 3-pointers in the first 20 minutes of their 107-50 win, capped by Jordan Hulls’ fourth of the half with 49 seconds left. The fact that Hulls connected on a three was not a surprise. The way in which he did it, however, was certainly unorthodox. With the shot clock running down, Hulls dribbled hard to his left. When he was unable to get past his defender, the right-handed junior shot and made a left-handed 3-pointer while still on the move. Will Sheehey called it “the best 3-pointer I’ve ever seen.” “That’s pretty impressive,” said Indiana coach Tom Crean. “His teammates and the coaches see him do that a lot, especially when he comes out and warms up or when he’s just shooting after practice or before practice. But he’s very gifted with both hands. I don’t think he would have taken it that way if he didn’t

Elston sidelined after surgery to repair nose fracture

When Indiana takes the court on Thursday night for its final game before Big Ten play, the Hoosiers will be without Derek Elston. Indiana coach Tom Crean announced today that Elston had minor surgery on Tuesday to repair a fracture in his nose. The injury was sustained via an inadvertant elbow in practice from sophomore Victor Oladipo. “Derek Elston’s gonna miss tomorrow, because...

No. 17 Indiana Stomps Howard 107-50

Jordan Hulls scored 16 points, leading six Hoosiers in double figures and No. 17 Indiana to a 107-50 blowout of Howard on Monday night.

No. 17 Indiana dominates Howard 107-50

Jordan Hulls scored 16 points, leading six Hoosiers in double figures and No. 17 Indiana to a 107-50 blowout of Howard on Monday night.

Will Sheehey suffers left lower leg injury

From an IU Athletics release: Sophomore Will Sheehey has a left lower leg injury that he sustained in practice Wednesday and his status will be evaluated each day. If Sheehey misses Thursday’s game with UMBC, the Hoosiers will have just five scholarship bench players available — Austin Etherington, Daniel Moore, Matt Roth, Remy Abell and Tom Pritchard. Sheehey is averaging 10...

11-0 start has merit, but work remains for Indiana

Do you remember the last Indiana team to start a season 11-0? Some of you may. Others, like myself, were not alive to witness it. The answer is the 1975-76 national championship team — also the last team in college basketball to finish undefeated. This year’s group of Hoosiers matched the feat last night with a 107-50 clubbing of Howard. An IU victory on Thursday against the...

M. Basketball. Previewing UMBC at No. 17/18 Indiana

Indiana head men's basketball coach Tom Crean, along with junior Jordan Hulls and sophomore Victor Oladipo, preview the Hoosiers' game vs. UMBC, which will be in Assembly Hall on Thursday, Dec. 22 at 6 p.m. ET.

B1G Preview: Indiana Hoosiers

Well that was fast. Not even four years ago Indiana was dismantled due to the infractions committed by Kelvin Sampson, which left the program in shambles. The team was in such disarray, in fact, that it won a total of eight conference games over three seasons and had quickly joined Iowa as the Big Ten [...] Related posts:Game 18 Preview: Gophers at Indiana Struggling Hoosiers bring...

No. 17 Indiana 107, Howard 50

Indiana made it look easy Monday night. The 17th-ranked Hoosiers shot 67.3 percent from the field, hit 11 3-pointers and forced 19 turnovers. Not surprisingly, it was a rout. Jordan Hulls scored 16 points and five of his teammates also reached double figures as Indiana celebrated its 500th appearance in The Associated Press' Top 25 with a 107-50 rout of Howard University....

Film Session: Zeller’s first half against Notre Dame

Indiana only shot 34.4 percent from the field in the first half against Notre Dame. But thanks to 14 first-half points (6-of-10 shooting) and an assist from Cody Zeller, the Hoosiers were able to take a 26-20 lead into the break. A look at three of his plays in the latest edition of Film Session: 1) ASSIST TO OLADIPO Zeller looks for the ball in the high post: Victor Oladipo opts...

Podcast on the Brink: Don Fischer

Podcast On The Brink returns this week with a special visit from legendary play-by-play announcer Don Fischer to discuss Indiana’s 11-0 start and his call of IU’s buzzer-beating victory over top-ranked Kentucky. Fischer, who is in his 39th year as the “Voice of the Hoosiers,” gives his take on IU’s turnaround season as well as what its been like to cover the Hoosiers this...

T Mobile’s Carly Foulkes Back with New Christmas Ad (Video)

What follows below is almost powerful enough to make me very sentimental about the upcoming holidays. Almost.  It certainly makes me wish I were a T-Mobile customer instead of U.S. Cellular. Although that’s not entirely true as in the next month I’m about to treat U.S. Cellular the way Eric Gordon treated the Illini, and looking at Verizon the way Gordon looked at the Indiana...

Don’t Drink & Yell

PGA Golfer, Jeff Overton, was just trying to keep up with the Bloomington tradition of getting trashed and having a good time. Indiana University is a perennial powerhouse when it comes to drinking, and Overton is an alum of the university. Last week at the Kentucky/Indiana basketball game, he presented a $50,000 check to the school to support the Play Golf America University program...

W. Swimming. Cozad, Ryan Team For National Title at USA Diving Winter Nationals

Indiana University junior Amy Cozad and sophomore Laura Ryan teamed up to win a national title in the synchronized platform competition at the 2012 USA Diving Winter Nationals in Knoxville, Tenn.

W. Basketball. Indiana Tops Colorado State to Conclude Caribbean Classic, 47-39

Box Score | The Indiana women's basketball team overcame an early 14-point deficit to top Colorado State, 47-39, to conclude the Caribbean Classic on Wednesday afternoon. IU freshman Quaneisha McCurty was a force, finishing with a career-high 20 points while adding 14 rebounds and six blocked shots in the game. The Hoosiers held the Rams to just 24.2 percent shooting for the game.
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