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Indiana head coach Tom Crean, along with assistant coach Tim Buckley, juniors Jordan Hulls and Derek Elston, and freshman Cody Zeller, preview the Hoosiers' game at Purdue on Saturday, Feb. 4.
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Remy Abell (13 points, four rebounds) and Victor Oladipo (23 points, eight rebounds, four assists, two blocks) met with the media following Indiana’s 78-61 win over Purdue at Mackey Arena on Saturday night. Watch and listen to reaction from both players in high-definition quality video in the embedded media players below:
This is what Indiana-Purdue is supposed to be: Two teams right in the thick of the Big Ten race, both desperately needing a win to put themselves in the best position for the postseason.
It’s been awhile since we’ve had this. Sure, there have been competitive games in football and basketball over the last few years, but Indiana has rarely had more than pride on the line. The...
The Hoosiers have a chance to redeem themselves in the most satisfying of ways Saturday – with a win in West Lafayette.
Hosts Matt Dollinger and Greg Rosenstein dive into Indiana’s upcoming battle at Purdue with Indianapolis Star IU beat writer Terry Hutchens and Indiana Daily Student columnist Avi Zaleon on the latest episode of Podcast On The Brink.
Among the topics discussed...
Indiana men's tennis (4-2) handed No. 66 Harvard (4-1) its first loss of the season, knocking off the Crimson 5-2. The Hoosiers battled with the scrappy Ivy League foes, who tied the match at 2-2 before the Hoosiers took the last three points. No. 27 Indiana remains unbeaten at home this season in three matches.
Victor Oladipo scored a career-high 23 points to help No. 20 Indiana defeat Purdue 78-61 on Saturday night and break a five-game losing streak to its in-state rival.
The University of Iowa women's basketball team will play its fourth road game over a five-game stretch on Sunday, traveling to Bloomington to take on the Indiana Hoosiers. Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m. at Assembly Hall.
Indiana women's tennis will make the drive to Cincinnati on Saturday, Feb. 4, to take on two Queen City opponents. The Hoosiers will open the day against the University of Cincinnati at 11 a.m. ET and finish the afternoon with a match against Xavier at 4 p.m. ET.
Another road game for Indiana, and unfortunately another road loss.
Michigan jumped all over Indiana early, racing out to a 13-0 run. In his postgame press conference, Tom Crean called his starters “a joke.” From that point, Indiana outscored the Wolverines by one, but a valiant effort from Jordan Hulls and a few others wasn’t enough as the Hoosiers lost 68-56.
Thoughts on a 78-61 win against the Boilermakers:
This was rivalry. A physical, emotional, high-energy affair inside a rocking Mackey Arena. Jordan Hulls jumping out of bounds to extend an Indiana possession; Sandi Marcius diving to the ground for a loose ball; D.J.Byrd crowding Christian Watford on a sidelines inbounds.
But the shots, perhaps due to the all the bluster surrounding...
Indiana swept another double-header on Saturday afternoon with wins over Cincinnati and Xavier. The Hoosiers topped the Bearcats, 6-1, to begin the day. Then in the nightcap, IU finished off the Muskateers, 7-0.
It's been six years since Indiana University defeated rival Purdue at Mackey Arena in basketball.
Indiana fell on the road to No. 19/21 Penn State on Thursday night at the Bryce Jordan Center. The Hoosiers were led in scoring by Milika Taufa with nine points as Sasha Chaplin skied for a career-high 16 rebounds to lead IU.
Jordan Hulls scored 18 points while Cody Zeller added 11 points and 12 rebounds for Indiana (17-6, 5-6).
The Hoosiers are down to just one week of practice before the 2012 season gets underway on Friday, Feb. 10, in Las Cruces, N.M., against the UIC Flames.
Thoughts on a 68-56 loss to the Wolverines:
Things did not start well in Ann Arbor this evening.
Indiana missed shots. It turned the ball over and allowed Michigan to have its way on offense. The Wolverines frustrated Cody Zeller down low. With 7:12 to go before half, the Hoosiers had only mustered eight points and were down 20. The road has not been kind to this team in Big Ten...