8:10 PM EDT, Wed April 01, 2015

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Replacing Tevin Coleman is going to require a running back by committee approach, Mike writes. Former IU women’s player Taylor Agler announced plans to head to Texas Tech Tuesday morning, then her father, Brian, hired former IU coach Curt Miller as an assistant with the L.A. Sparks » read more...

Curt Miller named LA Sparks assistant

Former Indiana University women’s basketball coach Curt Miller, who abruptly resigned last July, was named an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Sparks on Tuesday. Miller will work under Sparks head coach Brian Agler, the father of former IU player Taylor Agler, who announced earlier in the day that she » read more...

A couple basketball notes as Crean makes the rounds #iubb

Tom Crean was a popular guy on ESPN properties on Tuesday, appearing on “Mike and Mike” this morning before speaking to Andy Katz on “Katz’s Corner” later in the day. Crean spent most of his time on both appearances talking about Michigan State and Wisconsin advancing to the Final Four, » read more...

IUWBB: Taylor Agler heading to Texas Tech

Taylor Agler was the first of four players to announce she would transfer from IU this offseason. She is also the first to find a new home. Agler tweeted Tuesday morning that she intends to transfer to Texas Tech. The Lady Raiders were a natural fit for Agler, because former » read more...

IU the frontrunner for Thomas Bryant? #iubb

Immediate frontcout help could be on the way to Bloomington. At least that’s the indication given by recent comments by four-star IU target Thomas Bryant, who told the Louisville Courier-Journal’s Steve Jones that Tom Crean and the Hoosiers are recruiting him the most as his expected announcement nears. “They send » read more...

IUWBB: Liz Stratman will transfer from IU

After sitting out a year, Liz Stratman was supposed to bring another front court piece to a Hoosier team desperately in need of one. It appears that won’t happen. According to her father, Rick, Stratman asked for her release from IU Monday. The former Big East defensive player of the » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ The end of the year marks the annual exit of IU players, and perhaps coach Tom Crean should be the next to go, I wrote. IU football coach Kevin Wilson saw Jordan Fuchs’ basketball experiment as a win-win situation, Mike writes. IU baseball suffered its first series » read more...

IUWBB: Marquette transfer Elbert visits IU

After a spat of transfers of their own, it appears as if the Hoosiers could be targeting a cast-off from another transfer-stricken institution. Tia Elbert, who was one of three freshmen to leave Marquette this past week, visited Indiana this weekend, according to her former high school coach, Charlita Williamson. » read more...

Friday’s live chat transcript #iubb

Things were a little busy around here on Friday afternoon and I spaced on posting this to the blog. Enjoy. QUESTION: MODERATOR: Good morning, and welcome to today’s IU sports chat. Thanks for being here. Mike, Andy, Jeremy: How are you doing today? Ready to get started? JEREMY: Good morning, » read more...

Crean attends Notre Dame football clinic

An interesting note from Friday via our colleague Eric Hansen covering Notre Dame football at the South Bend Tribune: Maybe Indiana University men’s basketball coach Tom Crean wants to figure out a way to have his Hoosiers play more physical. Or maybe he just wanted livelier Thanksgiving Day banter with » read more...

Statement from Big Ten on Indiana’s “religious freedom” bill

Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany isn’t ready to take a stance on Indiana’s controversial “religious freedom” bill. A statement released to The Herald-Times on Friday says the conference will discuss the state’s new piece of legislation in the coming weeks. “The Big Ten Conference and its member institutions believe in » read more...

Hoetzel will transfer from Indiana #iubb

Freshman forward Max Hoetzel became the second player to transfer from Indiana this week, announcing through a program release his desire to seek more playing time and an opportunity closer to his California home. Hoetzel, a 6-foot-8 forward from Calabassas, Calif., appeared in 31 games for the Hoosiers, averaging 2.4 » read more...

Tickets on sale for IU-Mexico spring game

Full release from IU: BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Tickets for the annual matchup between the Indiana men’s soccer team and the Mexican Youth National Team on April 21 at 7:30 p.m. ET are on sale now. Fans can purchase tickets online at IUHoosiers.com, by phone (1-866-IUSPORTS) or at the Athletics Ticket » read more...

Covington to LB, Mangieri to D-line among spring changes for IU #iufb

The first of 15 spring practices came and went without issue Thursday. For an Indiana program that watched its most recent season tumble off the tracks due to injury, that’s the first of many good signs to come. IU opened its fifth spring under coach Kevin Wilson aiming to finally » read more...

Kevin Wilson announces spring changes, injuries

Spring practice begins this morning for the IU football team and, as such, Indiana coach Kevin Wilson has announced the following position changes, scholarship winners and injuries ahead of the team’s first meeting. Of note, Chris Covington has switched back from quarterback to linebacker in a move that should surprise » read more...

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