Hoosiers Fall on Senior Night to Nebraska

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — On the night when IU needed a victory most, the Hoosiers just could not get over the hump. Despite tying the game with 10:08 to go, the Hoosiers ended up falling to Nebraska 70-60 on Senior Night at Assembly Hall. In the final regular season home game for Taylor Wayer, Jeff Howard,…


Jeremy Gray on “The Tall Trio”

Jeremy Gray from IU Athletics called into “The Tall Trio” Tuesday night to discuss the week in IU sports. Among the topics include Will Sheehey and IU basketball, the IU baseball season thus far leading into the home opener, and the turnaround of the women’s basketball program under Curt Miller.    


COLUMN: Sheehey Slays Hawkeyes in Upset Victory

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Hoosiers gave us an answer to a season-long question tonight. They proved they could win a big game without big games from Yogi Ferrell and Noah Vonleh. In a 93-86 win over No. 20 Iowa, Ferrell and Vonleh combined for 12 points. That’s 13 percent of Indiana’s points. On a typical…


Hoosiers Overwhelmed By Spartans

Led by Gary Harris, 5th ranked Michigan State was too strong for Indiana, beating the Hoosiers 73-56 Saturday afternoon at Assembly Hall. The 2012 Indiana Mr. Basketball and former IU recruit tallied a career-high 26 points, including 17 in the first half as the Spartans ran away from the Hoosiers by 17. The sellout crowd…


Hoosiers Fall to Irish at Crossroads Classic

Indiana just couldn’t get over the hump, falling to Notre Dame 79-72 in the Crossroads Classic at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. “We made a bunch of runs, we just couldn’t get over the hump,” said Indiana coach Tom Crean. Will Sheehey tied a career-high with 22 points and had great success in the midrange against Notre…

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Hoosiers Seek Revenge At Syracuse

Indiana has not beaten Syracuse since the 1987 NCAA National Championship game. The two schools have only faced each other five times in history, and Tuesday night will be the second matchup in the 2013 calendar year.  Although this time, it’ll be the unranked Hoosiers playing against the now No. 4 Orange. The Hoosiers look…


First and Ten: December

Sure there are sugar plums and ginger bread houses to be dreaming about, but any real sports fan has only one thing on his mind during Christmas time, and that’s football. Between picking college bowl games, the Heisman, NFL wild-card races and fantasy football playoffs, the best gift this holiday season is the blockbuster sports…