10:49 PM EST, Sat January 24, 2015

4 storylines for Indiana’s game at Ohio State #iubb

1. Can Indiana continue limiting turnovers? Beyond the team’s jump in offensive production, the Hoosiers’ ability to hold on to the ball has been one of the most encouraging developments over the last few months. Indiana’s turnovers are down from 15 per game last season to 11.6 this year, while » read more...

Snapshot: Using the drive and stretch-five

A lot of college basketball teams play a stretch-four, a Christian Watford-type if you will, to go with a more traditional post player at center. Without Hanner Mosquera-Perea, this year’s Indiana team has opted to go with Collin Hartman and even Max Hoetzel as what Yogi Ferrell described as a » read more...

Crean expects Mosquera-Perea to return in mid-February #iubb

Appearing Friday on the Jim Rome Show, Indiana coach Tom Crean said forward Hanner Mosquera-Perea is expected to return to action in mid-February. “We’re gonna get healthy with Hanner Mosquera-Perea probably in the middle of the month somewhere, which will help us around the basket and bringing that presence that » read more...

Trending Now: IU basketball news and notes

By the numbers 7 Consecutive wins at Assembly Hall over ranked opponents. The last Indiana loss at home vs. a ranked opponent was a 73-56 loss to Michigan State on Jan. 4, 2014. 8 Rebounds per game for Troy Williams over the last four games. He had been averaging just » read more...

Blackmon on Tisdale Award watch list

Indiana freshman James Blackmon Jr. is among 14 players named to the 2015 Wayman Tisdale Award Midseason Watch List as selected by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. Members of the association’s board of directors chose the players to be included on the list as contenders for the national freshman of » read more...

Live chat transcript: IU’s big win, IU women struggle, football recruiting #iubb #iuwbb #iufb

QUESTION: MODERATOR: Good morning, and welcome to today’s IU sports chat. Thanks for being here. After last night’s late game and big win for the Hoosiers beating no. 13 Maryland, hope you all are rested up — lots of questions and comments on the game coming in. Are we ready » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Indiana made a statement that it was a contender, not pretender, with Thursday’s demolition of Maryland, Mike writes. Hoosier fans have wanted a reason to believe in this IU team, and they got one on Thursday night, I wrote. Penn State was too tall and too much » read more...

No. 23 Indiana blows away No. 13 Maryland 89-70

The chants of “overrated” fell from the rafters with three minutes left to play, a statement from a raucous Assembly Hall that this Indiana team is here to challenge for a spot atop a muddled Big Ten. In closing its biggest — and perhaps most important — win of the » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Guards Yogi Ferrell and Melo Trimble are in the spotlight as Maryland visits Indiana in a first-place showdown tonight, Mike writes. Maryland coach Mark Turgeon recognizes the value of having great guards, Mike writes. Four storylines for Indiana’s matchup with Maryland, Mike writes. The IU women’s basketball » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ Tom Crean has drawn up a new strategy for his frontcourt in the wake of Hanner Mosquera-Perea’s injury, Mike writes. 2. IT’S INDIANA Matchups are the issue for Indiana against Maryland, Roman Stubbs of the Washington Post writes. Indiana’s guards will be a tough challenge for the » read more...

Big Ten power rankings

1. WISCONSIN BADGERS (16-2, 4-1 BIG TEN) The foot injury to point guard Traevon Jackson helps close the gap for the rest of the Big Ten for six weeks, but Frank Kaminsky is back from his concussion, and the Badgers are still going to be tough to beat, especially at » read more...

Snapshot: Hartman does the little things

Trying a little something different here, using screen grabs to illustrate a few points. For the debut, we’ll highlight, quite literally with our yellow marker, four moments in Sunday’s game against Illinois where the little things the 6-foot-7 Collin Hartman brings to the table make a big difference for Indiana. » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ A national ranking and looming showdown with Maryland doesn’t change anything for the Hoosiers, Mike writes. James Blackmon Jr. did more than score vs. Illinois, making an impact on defense, I wrote. 2. IT’S INDIANA Kevin Wilson and staff will continue to take aim at the best » read more...

Indiana ranked No. 23 in both AP/Coaches polls #iubb

For the first time this season, Indiana has earned a top 25 ranking. The Hoosiers enter this week at No. 23 in both the Associated Press and the USA Today Coaches polls. Indiana has beaten three ranked opponents so far this season, and claims two Big Ten road victories after » read more...

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