Heading into the 2023-24 season, Indiana men’s basketball was in a precarious spot.
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Indiana football is finalizing a deal to make Curt Cignetti its next head coach, according to a report from ESPN’s Pete Thamel and announced in an Indiana Athletics press release Thursday afternoon. Cignetti becomes the 30th head football coach in school history.
Three Indiana football defenders and two special teamers were named to the All-Big Ten Defense and Special Teams lists, per a release from IU Athletics on Tuesday afternoon.
Indiana football parted ways with head coach Tom Allen the morning after the Hoosiers’ 35-31 defeat to Purdue in the Old Oaken Bucket game on Saturday. Make no mistake, though, the decision came as little surprise to fans.
INDIANAPOLIS — Kel’el Ware could’ve leapt into the air and crashed the rim, using his seemingly boundless 7-foot frame to demoralize the helpless defender in front of him.
INDIANAPOLIS — Aided by a 14-2 run in the second-half, Indiana men’s basketball defeated Harvard University 89-76 Sunday night. Three Hoosiers scored in double-figures, with sophomore center Kel’el Ware tallying a team-high 28 points.
Indiana football redshirt freshman quarterback Brendan Sorsby announced he is entering the transfer portal Sunday afternoon, according to a post on his social media. His decision comes the day head coach Tom Allen was relieved of his duties.
Indiana football has fired head coach Tom Allen after seven seasons together, IU Athletics announced in a press release Sunday.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Myles Jackson and Venson Sneed Jr. each overpowered the opposing offensive tackles tasked with blocking them. But in a theme common in Indiana football’s 35-31 loss to Purdue Saturday afternoon, they failed to finish the play.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Indiana football fell to Purdue 35-31 Saturday afternoon at Ross-Ade Stadium in the final game of the season, marking the Hoosiers third consecutive loss to the Boilermakers in the Old Oaken Bucket game.
NEW YORK — Standing in front of Indiana men’s basketball’s bench, senior forward Anthony Walker turned to his right and raised his right arm, inviting the raucous cheers from the Hoosier faithful at Madison Square Garden.
NEW YORK — It wasn’t the first time all game they seemed to do everything right.
NEW YORK — Marred by rebounding struggles and foul trouble, Indiana men’s basketball fell 77-57 to No. 5 University of Connecticut on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden.
With the shot clock winding down, Indiana men’s basketball freshman forward Mackenzie Mgbako tirelessly scurried around the perimeter to hound Wright State University ballhandlers.
Fresh off a narrow yet uninspiring 72-64 win over Army West Point on Nov. 12, Indiana men’s basketball has a chance to refine its perimeter defense and second unit scoring when it takes on Wright State University on Thursday night at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
CJ Gunn squared his hips toward the basket and rose for his shot. The sophomore guard flicked his right wrist and sent it toward the hoop, carefully eyeing the ball’s descent toward the rim.
With just a 1-point lead over Army West Point after a half of play Sunday night in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, Indiana basketball desperately needed someone to step up.
CHAMPAIGN, IL. — Sophomore running back Jaylin Lucas looked dejected as he slowly strode by himself into the tunnel. Not too far ahead of him, redshirt senior defensive tackle Andre Carter held his head low and continually shook it in frustration, refusing to glance up at the celebration surrounding him.
CHAMPAIGN, IL. — In a back-and-forth offensive affair, Indiana football fell 48-45 in overtime against Illinois on Saturday afternoon in Champaign, Illinois.
With an improbable 20-14 win over Wisconsin on Nov. 4, bowl eligibility remains a possibility for Indiana football. Despite starting the season 2-6 and dropping their first five conference matchups, the Hoosiers can sneak into a bowl by winning their final three games.