Found November 19, 2011 on Inside the Hall:
Thoughts on a 94-65 win over the Tigers: A DIFFERENT FEEL After putting on a clinic against Evansville on Wednesday, the Hoosiers weren’t as crisp tonight. There were some ill-advised fouls late in the shot clock. Will Sheehey fouled a three-point shooter. Things got a little sloppy and erratic at times. Mentally, the Hoosiers just weren’t as sharp. They also attempted only six three-point shots, a low number for them. Yet, Indiana scored over 90 points again. And after a string of misses to start the game, they rallied and shot efficient again as well (60.0 percent eFG%). They also took a high amount of free throws (35-of-47) for a free-throw rate (FTA/FGA) of 95.7. So yes: not quite as pretty. But it’s another blowout victory for the Hoosiers. DO IT, DEREK One thing is clear early in the season: Elston is past his injury issues. He’s moving better. Shooting incredibly well (4-of-6 tonight, nine points). Playing smarter on both ends of the floor. He’s looking confident and more ma...

Savannah St. Notebook: Zeller’s value, free throws, more

Notes, quotes and observations from Saturday night’s 94-65 win over Savannah State: Indiana is 4-0 for the second consecutive season. But this 4-0 start feels different than a season ago. The Hoosiers are dominating teams they should be dominating. And the one major ingredient that has changed from a year ago is Cody Zeller. Tom Crean was asked to quantify how much better Zeller...

HD Video: IU players, Tom Crean on Savannah State win

Watch and listen to the postgame comments of Christian Watford, Cody Zeller and Will Sheehey, as well as head coach Tom Crean, following Indiana’s 94-65 win over Savannah State on Saturday at Assembly Hall:

Indiana 94, Savannah St. 65

Cody Zeller led four Indiana players in double figures with a career-high 23 points and five rebounds as the Hoosiers defeated Savannah State 94-65 Saturday night at Assembly Hall in the Hoosier Classic. Zeller hit 6 of 7 from the field and 11 of 13 from the foul line for Indiana (4-0). Christian Watford added 19 points, Will Sheehey had 15 and Verdell Jones finished with 11 for...

Big Ten Class of 2012 Early Signing Period Recap

For quite awhile, it seemed as if Indiana was poised to have not only the top 2012 class in the Big Ten, but also in the nation. The Hoosiers have since been overtaken as the top class in the land, but the five man signing class, which includes three native sons of Indiana, has people [...] Related posts:Early Signing Period Recap: Big Ten 2011 Big Ten Recruiting Recap and Rankings...

Hoosiers Defeat Gardner-Webb, 73-49

Box Score | Sophomore Will Sheehey led four Hoosiers in double-digit points as the Indiana men's basketball team defeated Gardner-Webb, 73-49, in IU's third game of the Hoosier Invitational in Assembly Hall on Monday, Nov. 21.

W. Basketball. Indiana and Miami (OH) Meet in Oxford on Tuesday

Game Notes Indiana will wrap a two-game road swing on Tuesday, Nov. 22, when it heads to Oxford, Ohio to take on the Miami RedHawks. It will be IU's first visit to Miami in nearly 20 years. The game is scheduled to tip at 7 p.m. ET at the Millett Center. The game can be heard live on WHCC 105.1 FM with Jeremy Gray calling the action. The Hoosiers will then return home on Friday...

Wrestling. Hoosiers Sweep the IU Quad

Indiana began the 2011-12 dual match schedule by downing three opponents Friday night by a combined score of 121-18 at the IU Quad. The Hoosiers went undefeated at six of the 10 weight classes, including a three-fall performance by redshirt freshman Taylor Walsh at 149 pounds.

W. Swimming. Indiana Splits Dual with Penn State, Virginia

The Indiana women's swimming and diving team went 1-1 on the weekend, defeating Penn State 191-162, and falling to Virginia 212.5-140.5 in State College, Pa. The Hoosiers are now 3-3 for the season.

Hoosiers return to the hardwood against Savannah State

After playing perhaps its best overall game in Tom Crean's four seasons, the Indiana University basketball team returns to action tonight when it hosts Savannah State at Assembly Hall.

M. Soccer. Indiana Defeats Old Dominion 3-0 to Advance to Round of 16

The Indiana Hoosiers (13-3-5) beat the Old Dominion Monarchs (12-6-2) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday thanks to two goals from Nikita Kotlov and one from Tim Wylie. Kotlov has now scored eight goals in nine games, while Wylie's was the first of his career.

W. Water Polo. Hoosiers Fall at No. 25 Ohio State, 3-0

Indiana Volleyball (9-21, 1-17) fell to 25th-ranked Penn State (18-13, 8-10). The Hoosiers fell in three sets (7-25, 17-25, 19-25). IU got seven kills and two blocks from freshman Morgan Leach.

W. Volleyball. Hoosiers Fall at No. 25 Ohio State, 3-0

Indiana Volleyball (9-21, 1-17) fell to 25th-ranked Penn State (18-13, 8-10). The Hoosiers fell in three sets (7-25, 17-25, 19-25). IU got seven kills and two blocks from freshman Morgan Leach.

The Minute After: Gardner-Webb

Musings on a 73-49 win over the Bulldogs: For the first 25 minutes of this one, Indiana struggled with energy. But Victor Oladipo, as he was born to do, made sure it would not last. A steal by the sophomore and subsequent assist to Cody Zeller just over five minutes into the second half ignited the Assembly Hall faithful. From there, the rout was on. The Hoosiers picked up the tempo...

W. Volleyball. Indiana Falls to No. 12 Penn State, 3-0

Indiana Volleyball (9-20, 1-16) fell in three sets to 12th-ranked Penn State (20-7, 13-4). The Hoosiers were competitive throughout, but the Huskers attack proved to be too potent (14-25, 23-25, 12-25). IU got eight kills from Kristen Seaton in the match.
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