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NEW ALBANY, Ind. — As the storm of Monday night’s announcement raged around him, Romeo Langford sat calmly at the center of it all.
NEW ALBANY, Ind. — Romeo Langford, a five-star shooting guard and Mr. Basketball for the state of Indiana in 2018, announced his commitment to IU men’s basketball Monday night in front of thousands at his southern Indiana high school.
It was an unusual spring game for many reasons, but the most notable on-field oddity Saturday afternoon was the lack of some familiar faces anchoring the defense for IU football.
With scouts from 28 of 32 NFL teams in attendance, IU’s pro day Tuesday afternoon offered two Hoosiers a second chance at improving their standing in the eyes of professional talent evaluators.
With NFL scouts watching, 11 former Hoosier football players will participate in IU's Pro Day 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday in Bloomington.
The 2017-18 season was about taking steps forward for the members of IU’s junior class.
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.
It was a season of what-ifs for the IU sophomores, from the occasional flashes of brilliance shown by guard Devonte Green to forward De’Ron Davis’ Achilles injury, which cost the big man half of his sophomore year.
Current IU football player Jonathan Albomonte and former IU football player Thomas Henderson were both arrested Friday on drug charges, Monroe County Jail officials confirmed.
NEW YORK — It wasn’t supposed to end this way for IU men’s basketball.
NEW YORK — IU came to New York not knowing who its first opponent of the Big Ten Tournament would be, which Archie Miller said helped his team focus on itself.
Robert Johnson’s emotions got to him just one line into his senior night speech.
Playing in a road environment against one of the Big Ten’s five best teams, IU Coach Archie Miller knew his team could ill afford to make mistakes.
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:
It was a sluggish, drawn-out game marred by 59 combined free throw attempts and 30 combined turnovers, so IU Coach Archie Miller surely wanted to put things away as soon as possible.
As IU men’s basketball looks to build on the momentum it's created thanks to an easier, rest-filled portion of its schedule, Big Ten bottom feeder Illinois comes to Bloomington with the Hoosiers looking for revenge.
It took Devonte Green 25 games and a change in philosophy to become the effective guard IU Coach Archie Miller knew he could be, but the coach will take it.
The IU football program completed its 2018 recruiting class earlier today by adding three more players to the class.
IU has finally reached the end of a condensed seven-game portion of its schedule played in a 17-day span, and the Hoosiers are limping to the finish line. Beginning with a loss at Michigan State on Jan. 19 and ending with Monday’s game at Rutgers, IU will have played in five different states in a little more than two weeks.
Despite all the mismatches and statistical disadvantages IU had to overcome Saturday night, the Hoosiers found themselves with a chance to win as sophomore guard Devonte Green’s last-second heave hung in the air.