2:20 AM EDT, Sun April 26, 2015

Alkins says Indiana recruiting him hardest #iubb

FISHERS — Thomas Bryant won’t arrive on campus for another month and a half, but he’s already giving Indiana basketball a boost. The 6-foot-10 center found his way to Best Choice Fieldhouse on Saturday, where he caught up with 2016 Indiana target Rawle Alkins during the second day of the » read more...

Ramsey’s commitment is another step into Cincinnati for IU #iufb

Beyond the fact that he’s a quarterback, beyond the fact that he is Indiana’s first recruit in the 2016 class, Peyton Ramsey’s commitment this week represents a greater significance to the big picture success of IU’s football program. Ramsey, who gave a verbal commitment to IU on Tuesday, is the » read more...

Blackmon will return for sophomore season #iubb

James Blackmon Jr. isn’t going anywhere. Blackmon told reporters Thursday afternoon that he will return to Indiana for his sophomore season, giving the Hoosiers continuity with their perimeter attack. The 6-foot-3 guard’s announcement is the latest domino to fall in IU’s ongoing roster construction drama. Now the Hoosiers wait on » read more...

Crean mum on Blackmon, expects announcement soon #iubb

Yogi Ferrell isn’t the only Hoosier who will make an announcement soon. Indiana coach Tom Crean said Wednesday that James Blackmon Jr. will soon reveal whether he will return for his sophomore season at IU or if he will seek an opportunity to turn professional. Crean, speaking to IU reporters » read more...

Indiana makes Bryant signing official #iubb

Once the ink on the documents dried and Indiana could clear Thomas Bryant’s National Letter of Intent, Tom Crean needed only one word to desribe his latest signing: transformative. That’s because Crean knows he finally has the kind of rim protector that will allow his team to bring more consistent » read more...

Inaugural Gavitt Tipoff schedule released #iubb

At least one part of Indiana’s non-conference has been cemented. IU will host Creighton on Thursday, Nov. 19 at Assembly Hall in the first installment of the Gavitt Tipoff Games, which pit eight Big Ten teams against programs from the Big East. For the Hoosiers and Blue Jays, it will » read more...

3-star QB Peyton Ramsey is IU’s first 2016 commit #iufb

Indiana has landed its first commit for the 2016 class. Cincinnati quarterback Peyton Ramsey tweeted late Tuesday night that he has committed to Indiana. The three-star prospect chose the Hoosiers over Illinois, Boston College, Wake Forest, Cincinnati, Ohio and others. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, the 6-foot-3 Ramsey threw for » read more...

IU and Notre Dame meet at Victory Field #iubase

PREGAME: It’s a beautiful, albeit chilly, night for baseball in Indianapolis. The Hoosiers need a win after dropping four in a row, but they’ll have to go through a Notre Dame program ranked No. 26 by Collegiate Baseball. Evan Bell gets the start tonight for Indiana, which trails 64-31-1 in » read more...

Report: IU to host Creighton for Gavitt Tipoff #iubb

Not all Big Ten teams will participate in the first year of the Gavitt Tipoff Games, but Indiana has reportedly received an invite. CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein reported Monday that IU is scheduled to host Creighton for the innaugural Gavitt games, which pits the Big Ten against the Big East. » read more...

Hoosiers DL Ralph Green III arrested, facing battery charge #iufb

Indiana redshirt junior defensive lineman Ralph Green III was arrested early Sunday morning on preliminary misdemeanor battery charges after striking a 20-year-old during an incident in the 1300 block of North Lincoln Street. Green, a 21-year-old native of San Antonio, Texas, was charged with battery, a Class A misdemeanor offense, » read more...

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...

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...

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