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Reports: Grant Gelon granted release from Indiana, will evaluate transfer

Reports: Grant Gelon granted release from Indiana, will evaluate transfer

The 6-5 freshman guard saw little action in his opening season, though a transfer is not yet complete. In an era where players seem to often select playing for coaches over school, significant churn is expected when a school makes a coaching change. Yet just two months ago, Archie Miller seemed poised for a perhaps unexpected scholarship numbers problem in his opening season at Indiana. James Blackmon’s decision to remain in the NBA Draft kept Indiana under the limit initially. Now, in another unexpected turn, he’ll have an extra scholarship for the 2017 season if he wishes to use...
The Crimson Quarry May 22, 2017
Indiana’s receiving corps should be strong again in 2017

Indiana’s receiving corps should be strong again in 2017

This week we continue our preview of the upcoming IU football season with a look at the receivers on the roster This week at CQ, we continue our summer preview series by taking a look at Indiana’s receiving corps. Indiana’s receivers should be one of the strongest units on the offensive side of the ball, bringing back a solid amount of production from the 2016 season. Incoming Indiana receivers coach Grant Heard will have a lot of talent to work with in his first season in Bloomington, as the Hoosiers return a lot of production from the 2016 campaign, as well as welcome the return of...
The Crimson Quarry May 20, 2017
Indiana closes regular season strong, takes series over Buckeyes

Indiana closes regular season strong, takes series over Buckeyes

The Hoosiers took their sixth-straight series with a 4-3 win in Columbus Indiana’s offense picked up right where it left off Thursday, jumping out to an early lead and hanging on for a 4-3 win. In the first inning, Tony Butler got a leadoff single and later scored on a double by Logan Sowers. Ohio State evened up the score in the bottom of the inning on a sac fly. In the second Inning, Jeremy Houston continued his productive season with an RBI single to put the Hoosiers ahead, scoring Matt Gorski . Gorski had previously reached on an infield single. That 2-1 score held all the way until...
The Crimson Quarry May 20, 2017
Seton Hall to host Hoosiers as part of Gavitt Games

Seton Hall to host Hoosiers as part of Gavitt Games

As part of the annual Gavitt Games, the Hoosiers will travel to Seton Hall this season to take on the Pirates. Seton Hall will host Indiana in the 2017 Gavitt Games, per a source. #iubb #shbb— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 20, 2017 The most notable game between Indiana and Seton Hall came in the 1989 Sweet 16 where the Pirates won 78-65 on their way to a National Runner-up finish. The most recent game between the two sides came in 1998-99 when IU won 83-69. The series between the Big East and Big Ten started in 2015 when the Hoosiers throttled Creighton at home. Last season,...
The Crimson Quarry May 19, 2017
Hoosiers even series against Buckeyes, win 8-4

Hoosiers even series against Buckeyes, win 8-4

The Hoosiers utilized a seven-run inning to get the victory in Columbus. Four singles. Two doubles. One Triple. Seven runs. This offensive explosion during the top of the third inning propelled Indiana to an 8-4 victory to even the series against Ohio State. Early on, however, there were signs that Ohio State might pull off the upset for a second night in a row. The main concern came in the bottom in the first where the Buckeyes would jump out to a 1-0 lead for the second night in a row. But the Hoosiers were not spooked and responded in the third inning. To begin the third, 2B Tony Butler...
The Crimson Quarry May 19, 2017
Indiana football week two preview: UVA’s Freshman Class

Indiana football week two preview: UVA’s Freshman Class

For only the third time ever, IU will face off against the University of Virginia in Charlottesville to start their non-conference slate After facing off against what should be a challenging Ohio State squad that has one of the top incoming freshman classes in the nation, the Hoosiers will have a seemingly easier follow up against Virginia. According to 247Sports, Virginia has no five-star or even four-star recruits but has 23 three-star recruits and two two-star recruits. As a result, this ranks UVA 56th nationally and 12th in the ACC for their 2017 class. The Cavaliers will need all the...
The Crimson Quarry May 19, 2017
20 of the best Virginia Cavaliers spoonerisms

20 of the best Virginia Cavaliers spoonerisms

Who doesn’t like spoonerisms? The Hoos will host the Hoosiers on September 9th, so we decided to rank their best spoonerisms on the roster because why not? Going through a full football roster and spoonerizing (is that a word?) each name can be a bit time consuming, so I went through myself to save you some time and maybe chuckle a little. 20.) Doni Dowling Who doesn’t love a spoonerism that’s the same both normal and spoonerized? 19.) Burt Kentert Ha, Burt. 18.) Calcom Mook 17.) Cester Loleman 16.) Larious Datimore 15.) Muwan Joye 14.) Olamide Zaccheaus This isn’t even a...
The Crimson Quarry May 19, 2017
2017 Indiana Football: Uncertainty at the Running Back Position?

2017 Indiana Football: Uncertainty at the Running Back Position?

This week we continue our preview of the upcoming IU football season with a look at the running backs on the roster. The Indiana rushing attack has been prevalent for the last few years with stars Tevin Coleman and Jordan Howard using the momentum to break into the NFL. Last season was no different, with Devine Redding rushing for over 1,000 yards. This season may be a little different for the Hoosiers. Redding has moved on to pursue a pro career and the offensive system will be different following the resignation of Kevin Wilson and the hiring of Mike Debord as the offensive coordinator....
The Crimson Quarry May 18, 2017
Indiana stumbles in opener against Ohio State, lose 7-4

Indiana stumbles in opener against Ohio State, lose 7-4

In a series the Hoosiers were looking to sweep, Indiana will look to rebound tomorrow night Coming into the final regular season series, Indiana had high hopes going up against Ohio State after an impressive victory over No. 2 Louisville earlier in the week. However, those hopes were quickly dashed after a disastrous sixth inning. Heading into the bottom of the sixth inning things were all square at 1-1. Ohio State picked up a run in the first after Ohio State left fielder Tre Gant was able to score after slapping a leadoff single, stealing second, advancing to third on a throwing error...
The Crimson Quarry May 17, 2017
Indiana Football Week 1 Preview: Way-too-early Game Predictions

Indiana Football Week 1 Preview: Way-too-early Game Predictions

With more than 100 days before the Hoosiers take the field against Ohio State, now seems like an ideal time to make game predictions in which we definitely be held liable for. As the final part of our Indiana Football week one preview, it’s time to take a look at how the game may unfold. With an entire summer ahead, there are still plenty of questions surrounding each team, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early for some “Way-too-early Game Predictions.” Eddie Cotton: If Indiana was going to upset Ohio State in any week of the season, I emphatically believe the best opportunity to...
The Crimson Quarry May 16, 2017
Indiana gets its marquee win over #2 Louisville

Indiana gets its marquee win over #2 Louisville

A 4-run 2nd inning was just enough to give the Hoosiers their biggest win of the season Indiana got its biggest win of the season on Tuesday night, as Chris Lemonis edged out his mentor Dan McDonnell and the second ranked Cardinals in front of a packed crowd at Bart Kaufman field. The Hoosiers struck early against the Cards, as the first 4 runners reached base in the bottom of the second inning. Cardinal starter Rabon Martin walked Craig Dedelow and hit Logan Sowers to set up a Matt Gorski 2 RBI double to break the ice. Ryan Fineman then replaced Gorski with an RBI double of his own. Martin...
The Crimson Quarry May 16, 2017
2017 NFL Draft: Mitchell Paige signs UDFA deal with Chargers

2017 NFL Draft: Mitchell Paige signs UDFA deal with Chargers

Like Dan Feeney, Paige is heading to Hollywood with a shot to make the team. Today the Los Angeles Chargers announced that they signed former IU wide receiver/kick returner/grit lord Mitchell Paige to a rookie free agent deal. Paige began his career at IU as a walk-on out of Guerin Catholic High School in Noblesville, Indiana, and redshirted for the 2012 season. He made a handful of appearances over the 2013 and 2014 seasons, where he played mainly on special teams, but got some time at wide receiver. Paige earned his scholarship in preseason camp before the 2015 season, and proceeded to...
The Crimson Quarry May 16, 2017
Robert Johnson to return to Indiana for senior season

Robert Johnson to return to Indiana for senior season

After testing the draft waters, Johnson will return to Indiana for his final year. According to Jon Rothstein, Robert Johnson will be back to play for Archie Miller and Indiana basketball next year. Robert Johnson is withdrawing from the 2017 NBA Draft and plans to finish his senior year at Indiana, per a source. #iubb— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 16, 2017 Johnson originally decided to test the draft waters last month, but will bring experience and a scoring prowess to the two-guard position for the Hoosiers, who will need scoring help without James Blackmon Jr. and Thomas...
The Crimson Quarry May 14, 2017
Hoosiers shine on Senior Day, take fifth straight series

Hoosiers shine on Senior Day, take fifth straight series

Veterans on offense and newcomers on the mound lead Indiana to a series win. On Sunday, Indiana honored its seven seniors and thanked them for their contributions and dedication to the program. Then those seniors, and a number of newcomers, put their collective foot on Penn State’s throat and took their fifth straight series with a 10-2 win. Offensively for the Hoosiers, the elders led the way. Indiana struck first when senior Craig Dedelow doubled in the Bottom of the 1st to score fellow senior Tony Butler and move Matt Lloyd to third. Lloyd would score on a wild pitch later in the...
The Crimson Quarry May 13, 2017
Indiana knocks out Penn State 5-2, evens series

Indiana knocks out Penn State 5-2, evens series

Indiana got some much-needed revenge against Penn State behind Pauly Milto’s six shutout innings. Revenge is a dish best served cold. Indiana’s Pauly Milto took that phrase rather seriously on Saturday afternoon. The sophomore pitcher was downright chilly from the mound, throwing six shutout innings with seven strikeouts for the Hoosiers as they defeated Penn State 5-2. It was a little payback for the upset loss to the Nittany Lions on Friday night. Indiana finally started to get more aggressive offensively in the 4th inning Saturday behind the quick feet of first baseman Matt Gorski....
The Crimson Quarry May 12, 2017
Indiana Upset by Penn State

Indiana Upset by Penn State

Indiana couldn’t get anything going at the plate as they fell to Penn State 5-2. It was just a story of too little too late for Indiana in their 5-2 loss to resilient Penn State at Bart Kaufman Field on Friday night. The Hoosiers couldn’t find any answers to Penn State’s pitching at the plate and the Nittany Lions had answers for any little momentum Indiana might have found along the way. Despite being the heavy favorite coming in to the matchup with Penn State, the Hoosiers looked like the inferior team all night. Penn State started things off in the third inning when Logan...
The Crimson Quarry May 12, 2017
Hoosiers host Penn State in final home series

Hoosiers host Penn State in final home series

Indiana looks to stay hot as they charge toward the postseason. Who Penn State Nittany Lions at (15-33, 2-16) Indiana Hoosiers (27-18-2, 10-7-1) Where Bart Kaufman Field, Bloomington, Indiana When Friday, May 12, 6:05 p.m. ET Saturday, May 13, 2:05 p.m. ET Sunday, May 14, 12:00 p.m. ET Probable Starters Friday: RHP Jonathan Stiever (3-2, 3.91) at LHP Sal Biasi (4-5, 3.58) Saturday: RHP Pauly Milto (4-3, 3.93) at RHP Justin Hagenman (1-9, 5.88) Sunday: RHP Cal Krueger (2-1, 2.98) at LHP Eric Mook (0-4, 6.38) Watch | Listen | Live Stats | @HoosierBaseball | @PennStateBASE Preview This...
The Crimson Quarry May 11, 2017
2017 NBA Draft: Bryant, Anunoby take part in Day 1 of Combine

2017 NBA Draft: Bryant, Anunoby take part in Day 1 of Combine

After the first day of the NBA Draft Combine we have already learned a great deal about former Hoosiers OG Anunoby and Thomas Bryant. With the first day of the draft combine behind us, it’s noteworthy to catch up on the development of former Hoosiers OG Anunoby and Thomas Bryant. The two were the only players from Indiana to receive an invite to the Combine and both began their day recording their official measurements. OG Anunoby: Height with shoes: 6'7.75" Weight: 232.4 pounds Wingspan: 7'2.25" Standing reach: 8'11.5" Hand Length: 9.25” Hand Width: 9.5” Body Fat%: 6.8% There are...
The Crimson Quarry May 11, 2017
Indiana Football Week 1 Preview: The Return of Kevin Wilson

Indiana Football Week 1 Preview: The Return of Kevin Wilson

The former Hoosier head coach comes back to Bloomington, this time as the offensive coordinator for the Buckeyes When the 2017 Indiana football schedule was released, many people put a circle around the season opener against Ohio State as one of the biggest games of the year. Indiana has played the Buckeyes close the past couple of years and a big environment like a night game and a season opener can create an atmosphere that could put the Hoosiers over the top. Throw in the fact that this could be the best IU team in recent memory, and you have all the ingredients for a stunning win on...
The Crimson Quarry May 10, 2017
Indiana looks for strong finish to aid Big Ten seeding, NCAA hopes

Indiana looks for strong finish to aid Big Ten seeding, NCAA hopes

With seven games left, the Hoosiers have put themselves in great shape for an NCAA Tournament berth. But a big final two weeks could help improve their Big Ten seeding and lock up an NCAA bid. Two weeks ago, Indiana sat in 6th place in the Big Ten standings after back-to-back series wins over Minnesota and Michigan and were squarely on the NCAA Tournament bubble. Six wins in eight games since, including a series win over then-Big Ten leader Maryland, had put the Hoosiers on the 2-seed line in the Lexington Regional.  (When D1baseball.com releases their newest projections this week, there...

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