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By the numbers 4 wins for Indiana over Northwestern in 12 games during the Tom Crean era. 5 made 3-pointers away from tying the school record for most 3s in a single-season (276) set in 2005-06. 14 times this season Indiana has made 10 or more 3-pointers in a game. » read more...

Live chat transcript: Indiana’s postseason outlook

QUESTION: MODERATOR: Good morning, and welcome to today’s IU sports chat with Jeremy, Mike and Andy. We’re glad to have you here. How are you all today? Ready to get started — and say goodbye to February? JEREMY: Happy Friday to all, and I’ll gladly say hello March providing it » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ The numbers don’t lie — Indiana’s defense is a downer, I wrote. The proposed year of readiness or freshman ineligibility is about money, not education, I wrote. The IU women’s basketball team was able to hang around against No. 5 Maryland but couldn’t beat the Terps, Jon » read more...

IUWBB: Indiana loses to Maryland, XX-XX

The Hoosiers hung with No. 5 Maryland for the second time this season, but for the second time, the Big Ten regular season champs were just too much for Indiana in a 83-72 defeat Thursday at Xfinity Center. After a 3-pointer by Karlee McBride with 8:57 left in the game, » read more...

Dedelow brings spark to top of Hoosier lineup #iubase

It was something different, something new, but Craig Dedelow didn’t mind the change of plans. It was a promotion of sorts, moving from the bottom of Indiana’s lineup all the way up to the No. 2 slot for Saturday’s game at Furman. It’s also a change that the Hoosiers are » read more...

Indiana to wear alternate uniforms during Big Ten Tournament #iubb

Indiana basketball is making a slight change to its wardrobe. The Hoosiers will have three sets of alternate uniforms to choose from when they begin the Big Ten Tournament in two weeks. The new uniforms differ only slightly from the current, traditional set. They feature five stars embroidered just below » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ The shots weren’t falling in the second half, and Indiana didn’t do enough of anything else to overcome it, Mike writes. It was a classic case of what might have been for the Hoosiers, who may regret the loss to Northwestern more late than they do now, » read more...

Northwestern turns away Indiana, 72-65 #iubb

EVANSTON, Ill. — Indiana waited until the penultimate week of the regular season to post its worst loss of the season. What could have been a chance to keep pace for an optimal spot in both the conference and NCAA tournaments was hijacked by an empty second half and missed » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Surging Northwestern and its zone defense are next up for Indiana, Mike writes. 2. IT’S INDIANA Indiana hopes to cool off a hot Northwestern team, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes. IU has been making a living off of offensive rebounding, Chris Goff of the » read more...

4 storylines to Indiana’s game at Northwestern #iubb

1. Collin Hartman’s status remains uncertain. Tom Crean couldn’t say whether or not Hartman will be able to play Wednesday at Northwestern, but the IU coach did clarify the nature of the injury. Crean said Hartman is dealing with a bone bruise in his left leg rather than a knee » read more...

IU soccer adds Brown transfer Maurey

The Indiana men’s soccer team announced the addition of grad transfer Ben Maurey, a forward from Brown on Tuesday, who could possibly fill the attacking void for the Hoosiers. Here’s the full IU release: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University head men’s soccer coach Todd Yeagley announced today that forward Ben » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Collin Hartman’s status remains up in the air after a left knee injury on Sunday, Mike writes. The devil was in the details at Rutgers and will be even more so at Northwestern, I wrote. 2. IT’S INDIANA How Indiana used a 9-0 run to start the » read more...

Snapshot: It’s Hanner Time

It was a career-high 13 points for Hanner Mosquera-Perea that got most people’s attention on Sunday at Rutgers, but how he got them, what else he can do and what he needs to not do all factor into this week’s latest breakdowns. (1) We’ll start with Perea doing what he » read more...

Crean discusses mandatory redshirts for freshmen athletes #iubb

The Big Ten is taking steps toward discussing the possibility of mandatory redshirts for freshman athletes in men’s basketball and football, according to a report in Maryland’s independent student newspaper “The Diamondback.” But Indiana coach Tom Crean isn’t so sure that debate is necessary. Crean told reporters on Monday’s Big » read more...

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