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Hoosiers to hold awards ceremony on Apr. 26 at Assembly Hall

Per IU media relations: Indiana University fans wanting one final opportunity to meet the 2011-12 men’s basketball team which advanced to the Sweet Sixteen, will have the opportunity on Thursday, April 26 when the IU Varsity Club presents the Men’s Basketball Awards Celebration in Assembly Hall. Admission is free and doors will open at 6 p.m. “Our fans played such a huge role...
Via Inside the Hall
April 20, 2012  |  Discuss

That’s A Wrap: #benchmob

Welcome to “That’s A Wrap,” our player-by-player recap of the 2011-2012 Indiana Hoosiers. Today: #benchmob. Perhaps we’ve already covered many on the IU roster who would consider themselves a part of the bench mob. The moniker did, after all, take on a life of its own during the final weeks of the Hoosiers’ turnaround season. Jim and John Harbaugh, brother-in-laws to Tom...
Via Inside the Hall
April 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Hoosiers get time to enjoy NCAA experience

PORTLAND, Ore. — The Hoosiers know they have a daunting task ahead of them when they play No. 13 seed New Mexico State at 9:45 pm. today. But they also understand how special an opportunity it is to be in the NCAA Tournament, and they’re enjoying every second of it. The team flew into Portland Monday night, and Tom Crean gave his players most of Tuesday to tour the city and hangout...
Via Inside the Hall
March 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Jones injures knee in Penn State win, status unknown

Verdell Jones has worked for four years to help Indiana get back to the NCAA tournament. Just as the Hoosiers are about to do so, it appears Jones may not be part of it. The Indiana senior went down with a right knee injury in the first half Thursday against Penn State. A team spokesperson said Jones suffered a right knee sprain and was going to be further evaluated, but it looked...
Via Inside the Hall
March 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Indiana-Purdue Quick Recap and Postgame Show

It was a special night in Bloomington, in more ways than one. First, Indiana completed a sweep of its arch rival Purdue, taking an early lead and never relinquishing it. The Hoosiers were spectacular on offense in the first half, and no amount of grit and effort, which Purdue certainly showed, could overcome the gap between the two teams on the offensive end. And secondly, it was...
Via The Assembly Call
March 04, 2012  |  Discuss

The Minute After: Purdue

Thoughts on a 85-74 win against Purdue: This started with a dominating performance from the Hoosiers. The entire first half — and for the first 10 minutes or so of the second — Indiana didn’t give Purdue any room to breath. It was go-go-go, score-score-score. And when the Hoosiers weren’t grabbing defensive rebounds, pushing the pace and getting easy buckets in transition...
Via Inside the Hall
March 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Howard notebook: Hulls automatic from 3 — even with his left hand

Indiana shot the ball so well in the first half Monday night against Howard, it seemed as if everything the Hoosiers threw up was going to go in. The No. 17 Hoosiers (11-0) made nine 3-pointers in the first 20 minutes of their 107-50 win, capped by Jordan Hulls’ fourth of the half with 49 seconds left. The fact that Hulls connected on a three was not a surprise. The way in which...
Via Inside the Hall
December 20, 2011  |  Discuss
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