Found January 15, 2012 on ESPN:
PLAYERS: Dusty Kiel
TEAMS: Indiana Hoosiers
Indiana reserve quarterbacks Ed Wright-Baker and Dusty Kiel both are leaving the program.

Indiana Football Is Bleeding Quarterbacks

With the news that Indiana Hoosier quarterbacks Dusty Kiel and Ed Wright-Baker have left the program coming on the heels of former IU commit Gunner Kiel’s commitment to LSU, you’d think things are pretty bad in Bloomington. But that’s a tricky statement because things are always bad in Bloomington when it comes to college football. While losing Kiel the Younger to...

Gunner Kiel leaves LSU at the altar for Notre Dame (for now)

This is not a repeat. You are not experiencing deja vu. It's just the next chapter in the ongoing saga, the Courtship of Gunner Kiel: For the second time in three weeks, the most sought-after quarterback in the 2012 recruiting class has apparently juked his way out of one verbal commitment and into another. This time, Kiel is ditching LSU for a last-second defection to Notre...

Indiana Hoosiers Starting to Feel Grind of Big Ten Slate

  All in all, the Indiana Hoosiers still are in a greatly encouraging spot right now compared to where they’ve been at this point each of the last three seasons. The resurgent Hoosiers, who have suffered through three years of aftermath of the Kelvin Sampson debacle, have finally found their way in this fourth year under coach Tom Crean, knocking off Nos. 1 and 2 teams (Kentucky...

Indiana at Ohio State Postgame Show

It was a tale of two halves, but ultimately it was a tale of Indiana getting its ass kicked at Ohio State on Sunday afternoon. The Hoosiers were down 35-14 at halftime, and all hope of a victory was gone. But the Hoosiers did scrap and claw for a 4-point victory in the second half, ultimately losing 80-63. Tom Crean kept the team in the locker room for an hour after the game, showing...

Ethridge column: Hoosiers get a does of their old medicine

In recent seasons, the Indiana University basketball team learned how difficult it is to win in the Big Ten. On Thursday, the Hoosiers were reminded how easy it is to lose.

Track. Hoosiers Put Up Top Marks, Blast the Boilers

Indiana track and field got a big confidence boost on Saturday, blowing out the rival Purdue Boilermakers in a dual meet. The IU women won 97-39, and the IU men won 88-46. The Hoosiers took first, second and third in seven different events on the day. IU got big performances from Andy Bayer, Olu Olamigoke, Kind Butler, Andrew Poore, Kelsey Duerksen, Breanne Ehrman, Emma Kimoto and...

Wrestling. New Tiebreaker Rules Doom Hoosiers in East Lansing

The Indiana University wrestling team battled with Michigan State Sunday afternoon, resulting in a 20-20 stalemate. New tiebreaking rules implemented for the 2011-12 season handed the Spartans a 21-20 win, however, as MSU won six of 10 bouts and earned the bonus team point to earn the dual victory.

No. 7 Hoosiers Drop 80-63 Contest to No. 5 Buckeyes

Cody Zeller had 16 points, Christian Watford 13 and Jordan Hulls 11 for the Hoosiers (15-3, 3-3).

W. Tennis. Hoosiers Pick up 12 wins in Day One of adidas IU Winter Invite

The Indiana women's tennis team began the 2012 spring schedule on a high note in day one of the adidas IU Winter Invitational. The Hoosiers picked up seven singles wins and five doubles victories on the day.
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