The Mighty Hoosiers Prevail in Win Over Spartans

Bloomington, IN—The mighty Hoosiers prevail in win over Spartans.—-By Jacob Vinson In a game that could have meant turmoil to Indiana’s season, the Hoosiers, and Assembly Hall faithful started out strong and stayed there the whole game. After losing OG Anunoby for the rest of the season in the Hoosiers’ last game out, Blackmon led…

How A Matter of Seconds Altered the Future of Indiana Basketball

“How A Matter of Seconds Altered the Future of Indiana Basketball”—By Evan Golodner With 1:50 left in the first half at Penn State, OG Anunoby finished one of his signature vicious dunks. The assault on the rim was a play only he could do. That is what OG represents to this IU team: he does things simply no one…

The Tall Trio talks with Zander Diamont

The Tall Trio’s Eddie Cotton and Sam Beishuizen, spoke with former IU QB Zander Diamont about everything from his time at IU to the time he took the trash out at Kilroys.

WIUX Interview with Yogi Ferrell

David Sugarman caught up with former Indiana University point guard Yogi Ferrell. The two talked about the future of his career and the current status of Indiana Basketball.       

Friday Morning Lights 12/02/16 – What the heck just happened?

IU Football beat writer Taylor Lehman starts off the show leading a discussion on Indiana Football, including why exactly Kevin Wilson resigned and the speculation surrounding it (00:30, the awkward press conference (02:25), reaction from current and former players (11:18), (18:40), what to expect from new head coach Tom Allen (21:25), and how IU’s bowl…

A Thank You Letter to Zander Diamont

Zander Diamont stood for more than the average football player. He was electrifying and hopeful. He defied logic and made you believe. Most importantly, he never strayed away from who he was. Zander Diamont is and will always be my favorite college athlete of all-time. My name is Eddie Cotton, and I’m a 5’5” Jewish…

NFL Week 11 Recap

Some quick analysis – it is a break after all Carolina 23, New Orleans 20 The rally of the Saints came short as Newton and the Panthers continue their late season rally Minnesota 30, Arizona 23 Carson Palmer was responsible for two defensive TDs as the Vikings snapped their losing streak Buffalo 16, Cincinnati 12…