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COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- After collapsing late against Arkansas to lose a game it seemed to have control of, IU hits the road and resumes Big Ten play. That comes against No. 15 Maryland, a team that can match IU's strength on the interior with Jalen Smith and Chol Marial.
For seven games, IU didn’t have to be at its best. For seven games, IU head coach Archie Miller didn't need to worry — at least not much — about a young team still developing to meet his standards. For seven games, those growing pains didn’t hurt. For seven games, Miller’s team played a nonconference schedule among the easiest in the nation. The Hoosiers won their games handily.
Per ESPN's Basketball Power Index, IU men's basketball has the nation's toughest scehedule for the remainder of the season. That begins with hosting University of Arkansas on Sunday night in the final game of non-conference play. IU is 11-1 and Arkansas is 10-1. IU is 33rd in the KenPom rankings and Arkansas is 36th. This is the third time the two have played in the last 13 months. The last meeting was in Bloomington in the National Invitational Tournament, in which IU won.
INDIANAPOLIS — IU head coach Archie Miller had to tell freshman guard Armaan Franklin to keep his head up. Franklin had made just four of his first 27 collegiate threes, and he didn’t think anyone knew who he was. It took a toll on the freshman, and his confidence hit bottom. Miller talked to Franklin about his confidence after the Dec. 13 win over Nebraska.
IU vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics Fred Glass will retire at the end of the 2019-2020 academic year according to a press release from the university. Glass has been the athletic director since 2009.
Freshman forward Trayce Jackson-Davis didn’t think he’d put out his full effort in the first half. His head coach didn’t think so either.
IU returns to Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall tonight in the Big Ten home opener hosting a depleted Nebraska roster. The Cornhuskers had a starter suspended indefinitely in the hours ahead of tip off, and Nebraska only warmed up with 11 players.
He didn’t have the expectations of his predecessor. He wasn’t asked to stay for hours after high school games signing autographs for fans. There were no lines trailing for blocks just to get into a high school gym, no throngs of media and fans just waiting to see what hat he’d put on.
It took sophomore guard Rob Phinisee all of 26 seconds to make his presence felt.
When it stepped away from familiarity, away from the only baskets, courts and homes they’ve known for months, IU men’s basketball faltered against Wisconsin. When the crowds flipped from supportive to hostile, the Hoosiers put forth their worst game of the season.
What IU men’s basketball had five days prior — when it put up 80 points against a No. 17 Florida State University defense, after 3-pointers fell in like free throws and a young team celebrated jubilantly in front of a raucous home crowd — shriveled away as it stepped out of friendly confines for the first time.
Welcome to the live update's page for Saturday afternoon's IU men's basketball game agianst Wisconsin. The game marks both the Big Ten opener for the Hoosiers as well as their first road game. IU hasn't won at Wisconsin since 1998.
IU finally saw its first test of the game, and it passed with flying colors.
A Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall crowd waving multi-colored light sticks and balloons, one that was loud right from the tip and deafening throughout the first half, had suddenly fallen quiet and tense. The lead was evaporating, draining all the way to three. It took a bad call to get them back into it.
Throughout its first seven games of the season, IU men’s basketball played with incredible inconsistency. But the one constant has been freshman forward Trayce Jackson-Davis.
IU head coach Archie Miller and his team had to adjust to a new structure without the leadership of years past. It had to form a new chemistry on the court with fresh faces along with familiar ones in different and expanded roles.
Sophomore forward Race Thompson stood still and held his follow through in the air as he watched the ball soar toward the basket. He was left wide open behind the arc, so he took his chance.
After five cupcakes to start the season, IU faces by far its toughest test of the season as it hosts Louisiana Tech University tonight at Assembly Hall. The Bulldogs are the first team IU has faced inside the top 100 of the KenPom rankings, and is top 20 nationally allowing just 57.4 points per game. That goes up against an IU offense scoring the fourth most points per game in the nation at 90.6. An IU win would give it a 6-0 start, the best the team has had since the 2012-13 season. Follow along below for updates of the action:
Even with a version of senior guard Devonte Green that passes up open 3-pointers for easier jump shots, a version that fights through contact for and-ones, a version that takes lay-ups over the chance for a dunk, a version that doesn’t turn the ball over, the dynamic, free-wheeling flair hasn’t gone anywhere.
Welcome to the live updates page for IU men's basketball's Wednesday night game against Princeton University. The Hooisers have a chance to start 5-0 for the first time since 2013 with a win tonight. The all-time series is tied 2-2. The two haven't played since 1996, where IU won. The other matchups game in 1969, 1972 and 1986. Follow along below for updates and analysis.