IU left New York City with a 20-point loss and a lesson.
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Red-hot shooting and a high-octane offense can bandage most problems on the court, but on Tuesday, IU found out the hard way just how important holding onto the ball can be.
IU men’s basketball lost to Louisville on Tuesday at New York’s Madison Square Garden, which might become a familiar location for Big Ten hoops in the years to come.
IU lacks size in the post. That much is known.
Saturday was Ugly Sweater Night at Assembly Hall, which was rather indicative of the game played between IU and Savannah State.
Savannah State drew national attention late last month for its play against Louisville, and that wasn’t a good thing for the Tigers.
Collin Hartman acknowledges that maybe he has surprised a few people with how quickly he returned from an ACL injury.
Following his team’s loss to Eastern Washington, IU Coach Tom Crean said he was reluctant to play freshman forward Emmitt Holt because the game was going “too fast.”
Last season, IU didn’t know how a loss felt until early January. The Hoosiers started the season with 14 consecutive wins before dropping their first contest.
He just completed one of the best single-season performances in IU history, and now he’s getting rewarded for it.
IU has a communication problem, and the defense is suffering because of it.
Zander Diamont wasn’t supposed to play in 2014.
Junior running back Tevin Coleman wasn’t shy about expressing his disappointment after not reaching 1,000 rushing yards last season.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson isn’t one to get caught up in the emotions of football.
It only covered one yard, but it was the biggest run of Zander Diamont’s IU career.
Four days after suffering an upset loss to Eastern Washington, IU flirted with a second upset against University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
An up-and-down opening month will come to a close Friday, and IU is still determining what kind of team it will be.
The 2014 seasons for IU and Purdue football will come their ends Saturday, but don’t tell the programs the game doesn’t matter.
Thanksgiving is a bit different for IU’s football players.
It has gotten to a point where junior running back Tevin Coleman can’t even keep track of the records he is breaking.