Indiana Hoosiers News for March 1, 2014
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Talking About Ohio State

Indiana head coach Tom Crean talks to the media about Sunday's game against Ohio State. The game will tipoff at 4 p.m. on CBS.

Coach TV: Crean previews Ohio State

Watch what Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean had to say after practice today about IU's game on Sunday (4 p.m., CBS) against No. 22 Ohio State.

Matta talks Indiana, OSU, Sunday's game

See what Ohio State coach Thad Matta had to say about Indiana and his own team heading into Sunday's game against IU at Assembly Hall.

Video: Crean, IU players preview Ohio State

Tom Crean, Austin Etherington and Devin Davis met with the media on Saturday to preview Sunday’s game at Assembly Hall with No. 22 Ohio State. Watch their comments in the media players below:The post Video: Crean, IU players preview Ohio State appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Indiana players preview Ohio State

See what Indiana players Austin Etherington and Devin Davis had to say about Ohio State, the impact of Iowa's win, wanting to play at a faster pace, and what Davis had to say about what he's learned so far in his freshman year of college basketball.

Hoosiers are making strides in winter conditioning

Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson talks all the time about how crucial the offseason is for any program that wants to be successful in the fall. Right his football team is working hard in the weight room as they are only a week away from getting back on the field for spring practice. Peegs.com recently sat down with Mark Hill, the head strength and condition coach for the IU football program, to talk about offseason conditioning for the players and how he feels about the progress they are making

Hoosiers Sweep #9 Louisville & Toledo

Indiana Baseball swept a nonconference doubleheader on Saturday, topping #9 Louisville (7-3) and Toledo (2-4) inside Jim Patterson Stadium. The #17 Hoosiers (4-5) banged out 22 hits on the day, including nine for extra bases. IU notched final tallies of 8-3 over UT and 6-2 versus the host Cardinals.

Let's Win Two: Hoosiers Roll in Louisville

The Hoosiers had a doubleheader down in Louisville today and won both games comfortably. Also, Kyle Schwarber stole home. After a disappointing campaign in the desert, the hardball Hoosiers are inching ever so closer to the motherland with a doubleheader in Louisville ahead of their home opener this week. While there is no place like home, the Hoosiers looked comfortable en route to big victories in both games: an 8-3 whooping of Toledo that was followed up by a 6-2 victory over ninth-ranked Lou

Six-foot-10 power forward plans Indiana visit [$]

One of the top young frontcourt players in the Midwest is planning to visit Indiana on Sunday. Check out this scouting report and watch video of Nick Rakocevic, a 6-foot-10 power forward from Westchester (IL) Saint Joseph's.

Homestand Continues With No. 22 Ohio State Coming To Town

The Indiana Hoosiers will host No. 22 Ohio State on Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. in Assembly Hall. The game will be televised on CBS with Ian Eagle and Jim Spanarkel on the call.

What to Expect: Ohio State

(Photo credit: Rob Leifheit-USA TODAY Sports) Indiana returns to Branch McCracken Court at Assembly Hall on Sunday afternoon for the second contest in a three-game home stand. The Hoosiers will welcome No. 22 Ohio State, which is coming off a loss at Penn State, to Bloomington. The Buckeyes are 22-7 overall and 9-7 in the […]The post What to Expect: Ohio State appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Weekend Discussion: Thoughts on Court Storming

An ugly incident in Utah is making people reconsider the practice. What do others think of storming the court after big wins? And should it cease to exist in a place like Assembly Hall? While we were watching the Hoosiers get a much-needed and exciting victory in Assembly Hall Thursday night, an ugly scene was transpiring at Utah Valley University, a school in Orem, Utah, that plays in the WAC. UVU had just beaten New Mexico State, 66-61. With NMSU being one of the top teams in a new-look WAC co

Hoosier Newsstand, Mar. 1

Get the latest articles on Indiana basketball, football and other Hoosier sports of interest in today's edition of Hoosier Newsstand.

Video interview: James Blackmon Jr. [$]

James Blackmon Jr. talks with Peegs.com about what Indiana fans should expect from him next season, becoming one of the state's top-10 all-time leading scorers and his conversations with Jay Edwards and Lyndon Jones, who were honored Friday Night, which was also Blackmon's Senior Night.

Hentges has no problem staying busy

Jefferson City, Mo., tight end Hale Hentges has seen his recruitment truly explode in the last month.

Pick to Click: Ohio State

Rules are here, for those unfamiliar. Yogi Ferrell was the pick to click winner for Illinois (game one), Michigan State (game one), Penn State (game one), Wisconsin (game one), Illinois (game two), Michigan, Penn State (game two), Purdue and Wisconsin (game two). Noah Vonleh was the winner for Northwestern (game one), Michigan State (game two), […]The post Pick to Click: Ohio State appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

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