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Tevin Coleman, Randy Gregory get drafted

Atlanta chooses the Hoosiers' RB in the third round; Cowboys select former HSE star           

IU's Tevin Coleman goes to Falcons in third round

Atlanta chooses the Hoosiers' RB in the third round           

Jeremiah April to Transfer From Indiana

Indiana Hoosiers freshman center Jeremiah April will transfer to a different program. Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall reported the story. Jeremiah April to transfer from Indiana: #iubb via @insidethehall — Alex Bozich (@insidethehall) May 1, 2015 April is the third player to transfer from Indiana thus far this year, joining sophomore Stanford Robinson and...
Via Campus Sports Net
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: IU’s Little 500 Crazy Weekend Party Recap

We thought that we had found everything on Indiana University‘s Little 500 weekend. And we had, but now IU student Cierra has put together this pretty cool recap video that was found by 10Worthy. Little 500: Best Party Photos and Video From Weekend Little 500 looked like a long, wild ride. Read More → Check out what makes Little 500 one of the biggest college party weekends...
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Indiana remains heavily involved with 2017 guard Paul Scruggs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Class of 2017 Southport guard Paul Scruggs, who landed a scholarship offer from Indiana in July of 2013, remains a recruiting focus for the Hoosiers. It’s not hard to see why. As a sophomore at Southport, Scruggs helped lead the Cardinals to a 23-3 record and a No. 1 ranking in the […] The post Indiana remains heavily involved with 2017 guard Paul Scruggs...
Via Inside the Hall
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Looking ahead at future Indiana opponents

With the addition last week of two games against Florida International, Indiana's future football schedules have come further into focus. runs down all of the known nonconference opponents so far scheduled between now and 2021 while pointing out the arrival of the nine-game Big Ten schedule in 2016 means teams will begin playing only three nonconference games on a...
Via Fox Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Indiana and Kentucky in talks to renew rivalry

The last time Indiana and Kentucky played was back in 2011 and it was nothing short of spectacular as Christian Watford drilled a game winning jumper at the buzzer to defeat the Wildcats. This rivalry dates all the way back to the 1920s and now both schools are looking to renew the energy and excitement. According to the Indianapolis Business Journal, the Wildcats and Hoosiers have...
Via Campus Sports Net
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kentucky Wildcats and Indiana Hoosiers may renew series for next season

According to the Indianapolis Business Journal the Kentucky/Indiana rivalry may be on its way back–as soon as next season. UK Deputy AD DeWayne Peevy confirmed to the IBJ there have recently been “general” discussions between the two sides about renewing the series: “The [Kentucky and IU] basketball staffs have had some general discussion about playing. Up […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Q & A: 2016 big man Joey Brunk updates recruitment

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Indiana continues to track class of 2016 Southport big man Joey Brunk closely this spring as both Tom Crean and Tim Buckley were on hand to see the 6-foot-10 center at the Under Armour Association stop at the MidAmerica Sports Center. Inside the Hall caught up with Brunk on Friday after Crean […] The post Q & A: 2016 big man Joey Brunk updates recruitment...
Via Inside the Hall
3 days ago  |  Discuss

2016 forward De’Ron Davis makes changes to his game

INDIANAPOLIS — De’Ron Davis is done taking a back seat. As the 6-foot-10 class of 2016 forward is in the midst of his final AAU season with Colorado Hawks, the rising senior said on Saturday from the adidas Gauntlet in Best Choice Fieldhouse that he has made one major adjustment to his game. He’s trying […] The post 2016 forward De’Ron Davis makes changes to his game appeared...
Via Inside the Hall
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Rawle Alkins a priority for Indiana in class of 2016

INDIANAPOLIS — On Saturday morning at the adidas Gauntlet Series, Rawle Alkins ran into a familiar face. Thomas Bryant, Indiana’s newest commit, happened to be at Best Choice Fieldhouse to watch several AAU games with his high school coaches. He stopped Alkins in his tracks. “He said we could take IU by storm,” Alkins said. “Me and him […] The post Rawle Alkins a priority...
Via Inside the Hall
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Yogi Ferrell, Indiana Officially Announce The Star Guard Is Returning For His Senior Season

Earlier today, it was reported that Indiana star guard Yogi Ferrell will be returning to Bloomington, Ind., for his senior season.  Now it’s official.  This evening, Ferrell officially announced he is returning.  IU release confirms report this morning: Yogi Ferrell is coming back for his senior season. #iubb — ZachOsterman (@ZachOsterman) April 26, 2015 Quotes from Ferrell...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Indiana Star G Yogi Ferrell Returning For His Senior Season

For Yogi Ferrell, the NBA can wait.  The Indiana star guard, according to a report by the Indianapolis Star, will be putting his professional aspirations on hold and returning to Bloomington, Ind., for his senior season.  Ferrell will likely be one of the best guards in the Big Ten in 2015-16.  Source tells The Star that Yogi Ferrell plans to stay for his senior season at Indiana...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Yogi Ferrell will announce his plans to return to Indiana

With the return of James Blackmon Jr, Robert Johnson and Troy Williams, the Indiana Hoosiers were looking for one more piece to the puzzle to have a strong shot at being one of the strongest most competitive teams in the Big Ten. They will receive that positive news on Sunday as point guard and leader Yogi Ferrell is expected to announce today that he is returning to Indiana for...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Yogi Ferrell puts his NBA decision on hold

The Indiana Hoosiers are projected to be a top-25 team and one of the strongest teams in the Big Ten conference, but that is only likely if their star point guard returns for his senior season. Head coach Tom Crean won’t be receiving any announcement Saturday night from the leader of his team, Yogi Ferrell, in the wake of the death of Hannah Wilson, a fellow Indiana student. Breaking...
Via Campus Sports Net
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Indiana G James Blackmon Jr. Returning, Feels The Hoosiers Have “Unfinished Business”

Indiana freshman guard James Blackmon Jr. will be putting the NBA on hold and returning to Bloomington for another season.  The 6-foot-4, 190-pound guard averaged 15.7 points and 5.3 rebounds a game for the Hoosiers in 2014-15. He was named to the Big Ten’s All-Freshman team following his stellar campaign.  Blackmon told ESPN’s Jeff Borzello he feels Indiana has “unfinished...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: James Blackmon Jr. returning to Indiana

Indiana Hoosiers fans have a reason to celebrate. On Thursday, reports surfaced that high-scoring guard James Blackmon Jr. is set to return to the program for his sophomore year, according to a report from Blackmon averaged 15.7 points per game during his freshman campaign and seemed to be a natural fit in Tom Crean’s system. According to the most recent draft projects...
Via Campus Sports Net
9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Indiana RB Tevin Coleman Runs Blazing Fast 40-Yard Dash During Pro Day

When it comes to varsity sports and the Indiana Hoosiers football does not come to mind for too many people. Typically folks think basketball and that is about it. However, the team has had a heck of a talent at running back in Tevin Coleman. After turning heads with a 2000+ yard effort during the regular season teams were looking forward to seeing him workout at the Combine.An injury...
Via FatManWriting
17 days ago  |  Discuss

4-Star Power Forward Thomas Bryant Has Committed To Indiana

Thomas Bryant, one of the top uncommitted 2015 basketball recruits in the nation, has ended the rampant speculation about his future. The McDonald’s All-American from Rochester, NY will play for Tom Crean and the Indiana Hoosiers. Thomas Bryant just committed to Indiana. #iubb — Alex Bozich (@insidethehall) April 4, 2015 Inside The Hall has the full quote from Bryant’s announcement...
Via College Spun
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Indiana’s Tom Crean Reportedly Told An Official “You Suck” After Hoosiers Loss To Wichita State

Indiana’s Tom Crean does not appear to be handling his team’s NCAA Tournament loss to Wichita State very well.  According to Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald, Crean reportedly had words for an official after the No. 10-seeded Hoosiers’ 81-76 loss to the No. 7-seeded Shockers Friday afternoon.  “You suck,” Crean told the official, according to Chatelain.  As...
Via College Spun
March 20, 2015  |  Discuss

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