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The big guys on the defensive line have gotten bigger.
Wright Cycling’s Evan Zehr felt like his team was flying under the radar.
IU football officially opened its 2015 season Thursday with its first spring practice.
Nate Sudfeld’s road to recovery reached an important milestone Thursday.
The green jersey awarded to the Little 500 pole winner comes with bragging rights, but it doesn’t necessarily go further than that.
IU entered spring camp needing to replace senior safety and two-time academic All-American Mark Murphy.
IU sophomore guard Stanford Robinson will transfer from IU to seek more playing time elsewhere, IU Coach Tom Crean announced Wednesday.
The most dominant Hoosier from 2014 won’t be at spring practice. He’s prepping for the 2015 NFL draft.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson used the 2013 and 2014 recruiting classes to add some much-needed talent and depth at the linebacker ?position.
For a second consecutive season, the IU receiving corps is about to get a makeover.
Somehow, some way, the IU roster is going to look a bit different in the next few months.
OMAHA, Neb. — Darius Carter wouldn’t say almost losing a tooth was the reason he played well against IU.
OMAHA, Neb. — IU knew Fred VanVleet was coming. The Hoosiers just couldn’t do much about it.
OMAHA—It’s the type of matchup that takes the NCAA Tournament to build.
OMAHA, Neb. — Wichita State forward Shaquille Morris said understands why people are talking about guard play heading into his team’s NCAA Tournament matchup with IU.
OMAHA, Neb. — The IU locker room was open for media availability leading up to the Hoosiers' NCAA Tournament game against Wichita State.
There’s a correlation between IU’s success and freshman guard James Blackmon Jr.’s shooting percentage.
IU will be in a rare situation against a short Wichita State team Friday where its lack of size won’t be much of a disadvantage.
CHICAGO — Two days. Two completely different games for freshman guard James Blackmon Jr.