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Hoosiers swept away by Green Wave

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New Orleans might be called the “Big Easy,” but nothing came easy for the IU baseball team this weekend when they were swept by the Tulane Green Wave in three excruciatingly close games (3-2, 9-8, 6-2).


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Early areas of improvement for IU baseball

With the explosive Tulane Green Wave (4-1) on the schedule this weekend, the Hoosiers need to keep their concentration to eliminate physical mistakes because Tulane averages 5.8 runs per game this season. Let’s take a quick look at some of the numbers IU needs to clean up.


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Players look to minimize mistakes against Tulane

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Through three games, IU’s and its opponents’ run totals each stand at 19. However, IU committed seven errors that led to opponents scoring eight unearned runs against UConn, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.




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A look at IU's prospective starters

There's more to these players than what they will do on the field this season. Look into a few interesting tidbits about this year's squad.





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Column: Why you should watch these Hoosiers compete

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Now is the time of year in which both winter and spring sports are in action. Wrestling and basketball are coming to an end while baseball and softball are just starting up. Here’s a rundown of all sports currently playing, sans men’s basketball.






Hoosier Hype podcast, Episode 7

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Host Max McCombs is joined by basketball beat writer and former baseball beat reporter Kevin Bowen to discuss the IU baseball Fall series and offer an early preview of the 2012 IU baseball team.


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Column: Rightfully spitting in the face of tradition

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With USA Today’s front page article this week, it is clear the habit doesn’t get MLB Commissioner Bud Selig too excited. He has taken up the battle to ban smokeless tobacco in clubhouses and dugouts for major league teams.