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Indiana freshman Luke Fischer has withdrawn from school and is expected to transfer.
The move comes one day before the Hoosiers open Big Ten play at Illinois.
Fischer, a 6-foot-11 center, was expected to help fill the void left by the early departure of Cody Zeller to the NBA. Fischer played in all 13 games for the Hoosiers (10-3) and was averaging 2.8 points and 2.1 rebounds in 10.0 minutes.
Coach Tom Crean said Monday that Fischer was looking for a ''different fit'' and the Hoosiers did not want Fischer to leave.
Last year, Fischer was Wisconsin's Mr. Basketball and Gatorade Player of the Year.
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Freshman center Luke Fischer is no longer enrolled at Indiana University, Indiana announced in a press release Monday afternoon. “Luke has decided to withdraw from Indiana and pursue another educational and basketball opportunity,” Indiana coach Tom Crean said in the release. “He explained to us he is looking for a different fit for him. We hate […]The post Luke Fischer...
Tom Crean met with the media on Monday afternoon to discuss Luke Fischer’s decision to leave the Indiana program and also preview Tuesday’s Big Ten opener at Illinois. Watch his comments in the media player below:The post Video: Crean discusses Fischer’s departure, previews Illinois appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Happy New Year, Coach. At 10 AM Monday, December 30, Luke Fischer informed Tom Crean that he is leaving the Indiana basketball program.
Why? Homesick? Frustrated with possible lack of playing time? Does he want the rotation cut-down as much as the average Hoosier fan? Maybe a combination of all...
Luke Fischer has decided to leave Indiana and pursue other opportunities. Surprised? I was. This was one I really did not see coming. Here are my thoughts on the Fischer decision.
Indiana freshman center Luke Fischer is no longer with the team.
Sophomore Yogi Ferrell and senior Will Sheehey met with the media on Monday afternoon to preview Tuesday’s Big Ten opener at Illinois. Watch their comments in the media player below:The post Video: Ferrell, Sheehey preview Illinois appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Indiana fans might like to forget the last time the Hoosiers played in Champaign, Ill. On Feb. 7 earlier this year, the then-No. 1 Hoosiers went into Illinois and collapsed, losing on a buzzer-beating layup to an unranked Illini squad. Almost 11 months later, on the final day of the calendar year at 3 p.m. ET […]The post Hoosiers and Illini to battle in Champaign; Crean elaborates...
Indiana coach Tom Crean addresses Luke Fischer's transfer as well as previewing Tuesday's game at Illinois.
A little bit more than a third of the way through the 2013-2014 high school season, Indiana’s future backcourt duo of James Blackmon Jr. and Robert Johnson is setting a torrid scoring pace. Blackmon Jr., who led Marion to an upset of No. 3 Hamilton Southeastern over the weekend in the Carroll Shootout in Fort […]The post Recruiting Notebook: Blackmon Jr., Johnson on torrid scoring...
The Hoosiers lost 83-80 in overtime at Illinois in their Big Ten opener Tuesday. So here's the question: Is the glass half full or half empty for Indiana? I examine here.
A closer look at Illinois' next opponent -- the Indiana Hoosiers.
Indiana sophomore Yogi Ferrell and senior Will Sheehey talked to the media about Tuesday's game in Champaign.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Tom Crean met with the media following Indiana’s 83-80 loss to Illinois at the State Farm Center on Tuesday afternoon. Watch his postgame comments in the media player below:The post Video: Crean reacts to loss at Illinois appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Sophomore Yogi Ferrell (career-high 30 points, five rebounds, four assists) and freshman Noah Vonleh (16 points, nine rebounds, four blocks) met with the media following Indiana’s 83-80 overtime loss to Illinois at the State Farm Center on Tuesday afternoon. Watch their postgame comments in the media players below:The post Video: Ferrell, Vonleh react to loss...
Thoughts on a 83-80 overtime loss to the Illini: Illinois, a team knocking on the door of the Top 25, provided the Hoosiers plenty of chances to pull out a victory in their first Big Ten contest of the season. But in a wild, back-and-forth affair, these young Hoosiers fell short once again to a quality […]The post The Minute After: Illinois appeared first on Inside the Hall |...