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CHICAGO — While senior running back Camion Patrick was nursing a lingering shoulder injury in the spring, IU Coach Tom Allen put running backs coach Mike Hart’s 2008 NFL Combine numbers on the board under a pseudonym.
There’s a cliche that sportswriters, and writers in general, use to describe sudden fame. It’s called “bursting onto the scene.” Let’s talk bursting onto the scene.
Days before IU’s summer camp began, IU Coach Tom Allen sat down for a 3-on-1 interview with The Indiana Daily Student, TheHoosier.com and Hoosier Huddle. These are a few of the questions the head coach answered entering his first offseason as a collegiate head coach.
IU comes off three consecutive series victories against favored opponents and will now be hosts to Xavier at Bart Kaufman Field this weekend for a three-game non-confe rence series.
IU senior outfielder Craig Dedelow stepped into the batter’s box in the bottom of the seventh inning with IU trailing 3-2.
In IU’s first of two games against Maryland on Saturday, freshman pitcher Cal Krueger pitched as close to a complete game as possible.
Junior outfielder Laren Eustace didn’t enter IU’s matchup with Ball State on Tuesday night until the ninth inning. After IU took the lead on a Tony Butler RBI single in the seventh inning, the Hoosiers shifted to defense at Victory Field in Indianapolis.
After losing two of their first three Big Ten series, the Hoosiers needed to build on the upset series victory against Minnesota last weekend, but the next opponent was the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
IU and Butler came into Wednesday’s mid-week matchup in the midst of opposite streaks — IU had won four of its last five games while Butler had lost its last four. The starting pitchers, though, were in similar positions and making their second starts of the season.
IU baseball answered strongly to a 2-series skid that featured just one victory against Purdue. Minnesota visited Bloomington and left Bart Kaufman Field with a series loss last weekend.
IU’s football program is changing for the better.
Following IU baseball’s winless series against Nebraska two weekends ago, the Hoosiers appeared to be headed into a slump comparable to their February slide that included back-to-back series losses.
IU baseball enters its mid-week matchup against Indiana State on Tuesday night in Terre Haute, Indiana, with an opportunity to bounce back from a tough stretch where the Hoosiers went 2-5-1.
After struggling to find much offense throughout the three-game weekend series against Purdue in West Lafayette, Indiana, IU had already lost the series going into Sunday afternoon's series finale.
Just days before IU takes the field in front of a crowd for the first time since losing the Foster Farms Bowl against Utah in December, IU Coach Tom Allen addressed the media regarding the state of his program as spring camp nears its end.
Going into the eighth inning in West Lafayette, Indiana, on Friday night, all IU needed to preserve its 5-2 lead against Purdue was solid bullpen pitching and maybe a run or two for insurance.
In three of IU’s last four mid-week games, there’s been one starting pitcher the Hoosiers have been able to lean on the most — sophomore Tim Herrin.
During IU’s onslaught of offense in a 10-game win streak before its first home Big Ten series against Nebraska last weekend, the Hoosiers tallied 70 runs and went 8-2.
Immediately after wide receiver Mitchell Paige’s NFL Pro Day inside John Mellencamp Pavilion on Friday, the receiver said he didn’t know what his measurements were.
After the Hoosiers lost 7-3 to the Indiana State Sycamores on Wednesday night, IU Coach Chris Lemonis made a point to call on his starting rotation.