Found November 19, 2012 on
Inside the Hall:
ESPN.com’s Andy Katz is reporting that IU freshmen Hanner Mosquera-Perea and Peter Jurkin won an appeal that will allow them to travel to Brooklyn for Indiana’s games on Monday and Tuesday in the Barclays Center, but neither player will be in uniform.
According to Katz, Tom Crean said today that the appeal for a reduction in the 9-game suspension for Mosquera-Perea and Jurkin will be held on Friday.
UCLA’s Shabazz Muhammad won his appeal with the NCAA this past Friday, which made him eligible to compete immediately.
Muhammad will play for the Bruins tonight against Georgetown and potentially against Indiana on Tuesday if both teams win on Monday.
Based on the original suspension levied by the NCAA, Indiana was not expecting Mosquera-Perea and Jurkin back until a game with Butler at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday, Dec. 15.
If an appeal is successful to reduce the length of the suspension, Indiana has four upcoming home games following the Legends Classic in which it could use bo...
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It has been quite some time since we saw the old Bobby Knight. There were brushes of it, when the former Indiana Hoosiers basketball coach refused to refer to Kentucky by name, but that was child’s play compared to last night during ESPN’s broadcast of Indiana vs Georgia. The Indianapolis Star put together a string [...]
BROOKLYN — Perhaps it was the travel or maybe it was playing in an NBA arena in the nation’s largest city, but Indiana got off to a very slow start on Monday evening at the Barclays Center against Georgia in the Legends Classic. Senior guard Jordan Hulls hit a 3-pointer to start the game, but the Hoosiers missed their next eleven from beyond the arc. IU was 8-of-25 (32 percent...
BROOKLYN — Indiana senior Jordan Hulls (14 points) and junior Victor Oladipo (15 points, seven rebounds) met with the media following Indiana’s 66-53 win over Georgia in the Legends Classic at the Barclays Center on Monday night.
Watch and listen to what both players had to say in the embedded media players below:
BROOKLYN — Thoughts on a 66-53 in over Georgia:
I. Here’s the reality of this one: Yes, it was ugly for the first 30 or so minutes, but Indiana’s final offensive surge to end the game made it respectable. The Hoosiers ended up shooting 51.5% on 2s and after starting out just 1-of-12 on 3-pointers, four late ones had them at 5-of-16 for the night (31.3%). That adds up to a...
Indiana is still a runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll and Louisville is again a solid second. Then come the changes, with Kentucky dropping five spots to eighth.
The Hoosiers (3-0) receive 46 first-place votes Monday from the 65-member national media panel. The Cardinals (5-0) get the other 19 No. 1 votes.
Ohio State and Michigan both move up one place...