4:43 PM EDT, Mon April 27, 2015

4 things we learned from the Cream and Crimson game #iufb

Projecting the future off of the early returns of a spring game can be a dangerous proposition. There’s still too much at work, too many new faces yet to arrive, to read too deeply into Indiana’s annual Cream and Crimson game on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. But there were also » read more...

Diamont could redshirt, still battling for starting job #iufb

The hope is that Indiana won’t need Zander Diamont to play quarterback this year, that Nate Sudfeld will finish his college career in good health. If everything goes according to this plan, and if he doesn’t miraculously beat Sudfeld for the starting job in August, Diamont will focus on becoming » read more...
CSN Washington Apr 18, 2015

Pacers changing course whether Hibbert stays or not

Roy Hibbert can opt-in to the final year of a contract that will pay him over $15 million next season. If he does, expect a rather awkward campaign with Indiana Pacers.

Crimson beats Cream, 13-10 #iufb

Nate Sudfeld returned to competitive action, Zander Diamont threw a pair of touchdown passes and the Crimson team, comprised of the first team defense and second team offense, beat Cream 13-10 on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Sudfeld looked smooth and in control running IU’s first team offense, completing 17 of » read more...

Bryant signs letter of intent with Indiana #iubb

The paperwork is done. Thomas Bryant is now a Hoosier. The McDonald’s All-American signed and filed his letter of intent Friday, according to Huntington Prep coach Arkell Bruce, officially becoming the third member of Indiana’s 2015 recruiting class. Bryant committed to IU on April 4. Bryant’s signing means the Hoosiers » read more...
Houston Chronicle Apr 17, 2015

Andre Johnson says he didn’t join Colts to get back at Texans

As soon as veteran wide receiver was linked with the Indianapolis Colts during free agency, frustrated fans assumed he was trying to get back at the Texans. Johnson insisted Friday that wasn’t the case. He joined Indy because he believes the Andrew Luck-led Colts give him the best chance to win a Super Bowl. And […]

Familiar faces watch Colby Stratten debut as a Hoosier #iubase

As her son made his first career start during last Friday’s game against Rutgers, Kris Stratten felt too nervous to sit still. So she walked down the first base concourse at Bart Kaufman Field and stood near the foul pole to watch her son, Colby, take his place at second » read more...

Wilson likes size, depth of offensive line #iufb

Kevin Wilson has the kind of offensive line he envisioned building when he took the Indiana job in 2010. There is depth, athleticism and, probably most importantly, size. Of all the positions Wilson has evaluated through the first 11 practices of the spring, the line may be of the least » read more...
Grizzlies 95, Pacers 83: Clarity and Home Court.

Grizzlies 95, Pacers 83: Clarity and Home Court.

Last night, the Grizzlies defeated the Indiana Pacers 95-83 in the final game of the regular season, and they finally gained some clarity regarding who their opponent will be in the first round of the playoffs. At the beginning of the game, the Grizzlies had four possible matchups—the Clippers, Trail Blazers, Rockets, and Spurs—but as the night wore on, one by one, other games eliminated those possiblities until finally, as the Griz sealed their win down the stretch, they were locked in to a 4/5 series against Portland in which the Griz are the 5 seed but have home court...

Rahrig goes from walk-on to NFL prospect #iufb

It’s funny for Collin Rahrig to reminisce about the last five years, to think about his arrival in Bloomington as an undersized walk-on and his departure as an NFL prospect. The years in between saw Rahrig start 36 of the 40 games in which he appeared, 19 of which came » read more...

Lemonis tempers hopes for Ramos’ return #iubase

A week ago Indiana coach Chris Lemonis seemed hopeful that shortstop Nick Ramos would be able to return from a left hand injury and play in one of the Hoosiers’ midweek games against Indiana State or Evansville. That won’t happen, it appears. Lemonis tempered those hopes after Tuesday’s loss to » read more...

IU looks to snap midweek skid vs. Evansville #iubase

PREGAME: Indiana has dropped its last two midweek games and looks to snap that skid tonight against Evansville at Bart Kaufman Field. Brian Hobbie, who has held opposing batters to a .193 batting average, will start for Indiana. Here’s how everything else shakes out for the Hoosiers and Aces. LINEUPS » read more...

IUWBB: Hoosiers add Tyshee Towner

It was announced Wednesday that the Hoosiers have added Wabash Valley College guard and National Junior College All-American Tyshee Towner to the roster. Towner, a 5-foot-9 guard from Aurora, Ill., averaged 17.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 3.2 steals per game for the Lady Warriors. Towner also shot 46.4 percent from » read more...

Back from a broken toe, Tevin Coleman shows off for NFL scouts at Pro Day #iufb

When Tevin Coleman thinks about the broken toe, the one he kept hidden over the second half of last season, he imagines what could have been. He thinks of all the yards he left on the table, as if 2,036 weren’t enough. He remembers the toughness required to set Indiana’s » read more...

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