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NEW ALBANY, Ind. — In IU Coach Archie Miller’s introductory press conference, he talked about inside-out recruiting, where he would focus his recruiting efforts first and foremost in the state of Indiana.
For the past four years, I have written hundreds of stories for the Indiana Daily Student, but this is the first time I have used first person.
In Saturday’s Cream and Crimson game, multiple times when IU punters punted inside John Mellencamp Pavilion, their punts just stuck in netting in the roof.
For all the laps Joe Krahulik has ridden, there’s still one lap that haunts him.
Junior forward Juwan Morgan will enter the NBA Draft, but will not hire an agent, according to an IU Athletics press release.
Villanova is the best program in college basketball right now.
The senior class of Hoosiers finished their IU careers likely missing out on the NIT Tournament, while also becoming the foundation of what's to come for IU Coach Archie Miller.
Last week’s loss against Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament brought about a stark realization for IU that the Hoosiers’ season was likely finished.
The freshman class contributed significantly to the Hoosiers this season. Forward Justin Smith and guard Al Durham both had large roles for IU in times when they started and times when they came off the bench.
NEW YORK — The epitaph on IU’s offense this season only reads one word: inconsistent.
The bright lights of New York City await IU.
The moment will haunt IU Coach Archie Miller for a long time to come.
Friday night will be the last time five IU seniors will take the floor at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. They will be honored after the Hoosiers take on Ohio State. Here is what each player has accomplished during their time at IU:
On its longest winning streak of the season, IU has found a winning identity at the perfect time.
With senior guard Robert Johnson closing in on his final game as a Hoosier, he saved one of best games for last.
A total team effort was going to be necessary for IU to fend off the last place team in the Big Ten.
It was the senior night he never had.
The pack-line defense is built to be suffocating for opposing offenses.
After a difficult stretch of games against Big Ten frontrunners Purdue, Ohio State and Michigan in a short period of time, IU has gotten an extended break heading into the final run of games leading up to the Big Ten Tournament. The Hoosiers got back on track Monday night with a win at Rutgers 65-4 and ended their season-high four-game losing streak.
They vowed it wouldn’t happen again.