CHICAGO - This is what freshman guard Robert Johnson dreamed of growing up.
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CHICAGO — IU’s practices were a little different this week.
Fifteen days ago, a 72-65 loss to Northwestern changed the course of IU’s season.
The most efficient offensive player in the nation can’t be found on the All-Big Ten team announced Monday.
Yogi Ferrell dropped his head and pulled his IU ?jersey over his face.
IU fans who stuck around long enough to see the end of IU’s double-digit loss to Iowa Tuesday showed their unrest by showering Branch McCracken Court with a chorus of boos.
The closing stretches of this and last season have not been kind to IU.
IU Coach Tom Crean has shared variations of the same story all season.
IU has relied on its 3-point prowess all season. Its work from beyond the arc can cover the sins of poor defense, frequent turnovers and a stagnant offense.
IU freshman guard James Blackmon Jr. was named one of 10 finalists for the Wayman Tisdale Award, recognizing college basketball’s best freshman.
Iowa might have the strangest NCAA Tournament résumé in the Big Ten.
EVANSTON, Ill. — Something was bound to break. It ended up being the IU offense.
Northwestern Basketball Coach Chris Collins wanted a clean start.
Collin Hartman is “day-to-day” after a knee-to-knee collision with Rutgers’ Junior Etou, which caused him to miss the final 15 minutes of IU’s 30-point win against Rutgers on Sunday.
Hanner Mosquera-Perea insists his knee is no longer a factor.
IU’s homestretch begins on the road in Piscataway, N.J.
IU didn't need a 3-pointer, but Yogi Ferrell took one.
If the IU-Purdue basketball rivalry has lost any intensity, the players certainly haven’t noticed.
Freshmen guards James Blackmon Jr. and Robert Johnson appear to be just fine.