The Hoosiers leave behind thrilling highs, crushing defeats and painful hypotheticals.
The Hoosiers’ season of great expectations ended in the round of 32.
The Hoosiers had every reason to win, but that’s no reason not to celebrate.
Injuries and a brutal schedule alone didn’t spoil the Hoosiers’ conference title hopes.
The Hoosiers managed to not blow their first game in the Windy City.
The 21-10 Hoosiers’ senior day win secured a Big Ten Tournament double bye.
The Hoosiers flirted with the idea of defense and surrendered 90 points.
IDS sports columnist Bradley Hohulin offers suggestions on how to make the best food for an at-home tailgate. For a chip dip, Hohulin says, "Take foods that vaguely resemble vegetables, dice them up and throw on citrus and herbs. Corn, black beans, black-eyed peas, red onion, tomato, cilantro and lemon juice will titillate your taste buds and provide the illusion of health."