Listen to Indiana players Nick Zeisloft (right), James Blackmon Jr. (middle) and Troy Williams (left) react to an eight-point win over Rutgers.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — From the start of Wednesday night’s game at Purdue, Indiana found itself in trouble. The Hoosiers were rushing shots. They were dribbling too much. They were turning it over. They didn’t get many open looks. And when they did, they missed. By the end of the 40 minutes of action, the […]
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Check out 20 photos by Jamie Owens from Indiana’s 83-67 loss to Purdue at Mackey Arena in the embedded photo gallery after the jump. See more images and purchase prints from J. Scott Sports.
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Tom Crean met with the media following Indiana’s 83-67 loss to Purdue on Wednesday at Mackey Arena. Watch the full press conference below:
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Robert Johnson (nine points) and Yogi Ferrell (21 points) met with the media following Indiana’s 83-67 loss to Purdue on Wednesday night at Mackey Arena. Watch their postgame comments below:
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Indiana sophomore Devin Davis, who returned to school this semester after a traumatic brain injury in early November, will not play this season. On the ESPNU college basketball podcast this morning with Andy Katz and Seth Greenburg, IU coach Tom Crean said that Davis has returned to classes, but not on a full-time basis, and […]
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Tom Crean’s Indiana Hoosiers have their hands full with Ohio State Sunday afternoon, as the Buckeyes currently hold a 12-point lead late in the second half of their contest. Apparently, that means that Crean doesn’t have much time to worry about what he’s drinking on the sideline.
An Ohio State student named Rob Barbush, who is attending the game, offered to steal Crean’s...
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Thad Matta and company will be looking to avenge an early loss in the B1G season on Sunday when they take on Tom Crean’s Indiana Hoosiers. The first time they met at Assembly Hall, the scoreboard would indicate that it was a close game.
But as I wrote in the game recap, The Buckeyes played uninspired...
75 years ago the Indiana Hoosiers were preparing for a title run, one that would culminate in the first of the program’s five national championships. Although a lot of curious college basketball fans were focused on Branch McCracken’s talented squad, one that was running train on the Big Ten before blowing out Kansas in the
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It goes without saying, even though I’m about to say it, that there is no better way to open conference play than with a road victory in a venue that’s been a house of horrors.
That’s exactly what Indiana did last night in Lincoln.
The Hoosiers had a big opportunity, they seized it, and are already in a better position for NCAA Tournament consideration than they were at any...
Roughly midway through the second half of the Big Ten men’s basketball contest between Nebraska and Indiana Wednesday evening, Huskers’ coach Tim Miles got in the face of Indiana coach Tom Crean, screaming at him at half court.
The altercation apparently stemmed from a hard foul by Nebraska sophomore guard Tai Webster on Indiana junior forward Hanner Mosquera-Perea.
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Indiana’s offense is good. Really good. Maybe great.
Indiana’s defense is bad. Really bad. Maybe awful.
We have yet to play a Big Ten game this season, but I think you and I would both nod in agreement to each of those statements.
But how bad is Indiana’s defense … really? And how good is Indiana’s offense … really? Does either one matter more than the other?