BLOOMINGTON – Circling the globe is an adventure for anyone, but for the 1985-86 Indiana men’s basketball team, it was a life-changing event.
BLOOMINGTON – In its first meeting against Rutgers a month ago, Indiana could not get its best player established, due to the inside defensive presence of Rutgers center Myles Johnson.
BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana junior quarterback Mike Penix Jr. declared himself “on schedule if not maybe a little ahead of schedule” in his rehab from his second torn ACL in the span of three years.
BLOOMINGTON – Michigan State junior forward Aaron Henry had reason to be motivated entering Saturday’s matchup with Indiana.
BLOOMINGTON – As Indiana heads down the stretch of another bare knuckles Big Ten season, the Hoosiers are aware they will continue to face physical tests between now and Selection Sunday.
BLOOMINGTON -- In a game Indiana needed to stay on the right side of the NCAA Tournament bubble, the Hoosiers overcame some turnover issues with one of its best 3-point shooting games of the season.
BLOOMINGTON — Indiana opens a two-game homestand tonight against Minnesota (9 p.m., Big Ten Network) facing another critical juncture to its 2020-21 season.
BLOOMINGTON — Ohio State forward E.J. Liddell and Indiana guard Armaan Franklin are two sophomores who found different ways to develop during a pandemic-shortened offseason.
Indiana twice stared at a potentially crippling blow to its NCAA Tournament hopes Wednesday, once at the end of regulation and once in the first overtime.
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana is coming off another statement win, beating then No. 8 Iowa on Sunday to sweep its season series with the Hawkeyes and post its second win of the season over a ranked team.
BLOOMINGTON – For the second straight year, Indiana has plucked a coach from the NFL ranks, hiring Kansas City Chiefs running backs coach Deland McCullough as running backs and associate head coach Monday.
Indiana landed another in-state basketball commitment Sunday night, as 2022 guard C.J. Gunn from Lawrence North in Indianapolis announced his pledge to the Hoosiers during halftime of the Super Bowl.
BLOOMINGTON – Junior forward Race Thompson is in the midst of his best offensive stretch of the season for Indiana, with three straight games scoring in double figures.
BLOOMINGTON — There was no hesitation, no second thought. Indiana cleared the floor for sophomore guard Armaan Franklin to make a play with the score tied and the final seconds winding down in regulation Sunday against No. 8 Iowa.
BLOOMINGTON — The Big Ten announced adjustments to its 2021 football schedule Friday, and as a result, it makes Indiana’s 2021 football schedule more front-loaded.
BLOOMINGTON – On a night when Indiana kept high-scoring Illinois guard Ayo Dosunmu in check, the Hoosiers still couldn’t come up with enough big shots and big plays to pull off an upset against No. 12 Illinois.
Indiana women’s basketball coach Teri Moren believes there is another level the Hoosiers can achieve, one she hopes can result in a long, deep run in March.
BLOOMINGTON — Charlton Warren said there was plenty appealing about the Indiana defensive coordinator job — the talent returning, the scheme and the LEO culture set by IU football coach Tom Allen.
Incoming Indiana freshman offensive lineman Brady Feeney was hospitalized with breathing issues and is dealing with health complications after testing positive for COVID-19, according to a social media post from his mother Monday.
MINNEAPOLIS — Trayce Jackson-Davis had 27 points and 16 rebounds, both career highs, to lead Indiana’s second-half takeover of Minnesota for a critical 68-56 victory on Wednesday night.
LINCOLN, Neb. — Trayce Jackson-Davis had 18 points and 13 rebounds and Indiana opened up a 19 point lead early in the second half lead then survived an eight-minute field goal drought to down Nebraska 82-74 on Saturday.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Ali Patberg remembered losing at Rutgers nearly a year ago when Indiana blew a 13-point, second-half lead. The Hoosiers wilted down the stretch against the Scarlet Knights pressure.
ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands — DiDi Richards scored 20 points and No. 2 Baylor weathered a challenge from No. 17 Indiana for a 77-62 victory Friday night at the Paradise Jam tournament.
BLOOMINGTON — A second consecutive win to open the season didn’t come easily for Indiana because its defense fell far short of coach Archie Miller’s expectations.
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — With his teammates struggling to get anything going, Iowa's Jordan Bohannon stepped up and pulled off perhaps the best 15-minutes stretch of his career.
If you had asked me eight months ago what I thought Indiana football’s chances of winning at least six games in 2018 would be, I wouldn’t have been extremely optimistic.
When the 2017 season ended, it looked like Peyton Ramsey would be the likely quarterback to lead Indiana in 2018. He would return with the most experience and had thrown for 1,252 yards in a part-time starting role as a redshirt freshman. He completed 65 percent of his passes.
Just how deep is the 2018 Indiana offensive line? Consider this: Hunter Littlejohn started all 12 games at center last season as a redshirt sophomore, and he likely will open the 2018 season in a backup role.
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