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IU men’s basketball’s season has suddenly flipped from the lull of a four-game losing streak and the team hurtling toward falling out of the NCAA Tournament to it playing its best basketball once again.
Junior forward Justin Smith’s free throw with 64 seconds left in the game against Penn State on Sunday bounced off the rim and up into the air above the basket. The moments where the ball floated above the rim were met with groans from the Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall crowd. Then it came back down and fell through, to cheers. The lucky bounce seemed to reward the performance he made in the game’s final eight minutes.
In his postgame press conference after IU men’s basketball lost to Michigan on Sunday, head coach Archie Miller said he needed his star freshman forward at his best on the road. Trayce Jackson-Davis leads IU in points, rebounds, free throws made, free throws attempted and blocks.
IU men’s basketball won 68-56 against Minnesota on the road Wednesday night in a key game between two NCAA Tournament bubble teams.
For the first time in about a month, after absences from Mary Kate and Dylan, all of the Four Thorns are in the studio together to break down the final four, hometowns week.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Standing in the service entry tunnel of Crisler Arena, junior guard Al Durham clapped quietly and pretended to bow to his teammate next to him. He stood next to senior forward De’Ron Davis in the postgame press conference.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — After appearing to secure a rebound in the first half, freshman forward Trayce Jackson-Davis started to dribble. Or at least he tried to. In an instant he was surrounded on both sides and Michigan senior center Jon Teske stole the ball before passing to freshman guard Franz Wagner for an uncontested layup.
Last year IU baseball head coach Jeff Mercer took over a group still built to play to the style of their former coach, Chris Lemonis. Lemonis, who left for the head coaching job at Mississippi State University, put together an IU roster hell-bent on winning by playing for home runs, and only home runs.
There’s a certain enigma about senior guard Devonte Green.
IU men’s basketball ended its four-game losing streak Thursday night, defeating No. 21 ranked Iowa 89-77 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
The Four Thorns welcomes back special guest Katie Marcinek for a second straight episode as she steps in for Dylan Wallace. Matt Cohen, Stefan Krajisnik and Mary Kate Hamilton are all still here to break down one of the most important decisions Peter has had to make.
IDS basketball reporters Matt Cohen, Phil Steinmetz and Caleb Coffman are back in studio after a big week of IU men's basketball.
On this episode of Posted, host Ally Melnik and guest-host Matt Cohen discuss this week's headlines, including Bloomington's public safety report from 2019 and an IU senior who will be featured on "Jeopardy!". Enterprise reporter Christine Fernando joins them to talk about her ongoing story on IU's GPA calculator that unintentionally gave students access to current and former students' grades.
There was no true guarantee he'd be there until he came into view.
Two episodes in one week means a second Four Thorns podcast.
The last time IU men’s basketball beat Purdue, Zayn's “Pillowtalk” was the Billboard No. 1 song. Tom Crean was still IU’s head coach. Barack Obama was still the president of the United States.
The Four Thorns are back in studio for a huge week of "The Bachelor." There are two episodes this week: one on Monday and one on Wednesday.
IU men's basketball is in a three-game losing streak. It's a streak that began with a collapse against Maryland on Jan. 26 followed by two poor performances on offense. IU scored its lowest point total of the season against Penn State on Wednesday. Against Ohio State on Saturday, IU struggled with its rebounding and frontcourt play, two areas that have been strengths all season.
Even after a loss, redshirt freshman forward Jerome Hunter put somewhat of a smile on his teammate’s face. He was back in his home state of Ohio — the Schottenstein Center at Ohio State is about 20 miles from Hunter’s high school, Pickerington North. Hunter had just finished another strong performance off the bench, doing it in front of his family and friends..