Indiana Hoosiers News for March 3, 2014
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What young players need to learn from Cody Zeller [$]

Indiana coach Tom Crean on Monday had one of his most complete explanations of what has - and what hasn't - happened with IU's young players and, to some extent, what has happened lately as IU has won consecutive games over ranked teams the past two games.

Hoosier Breakdown: Ohio State

Why does Indiana play better faster? That's one question the post-Ohio State game edition of the Hoosier Breakdown tries to tackle. That plus a trip down memory lane with Sunday's honorary captain, former Big Ten Player of the Year, Jared Jeffries.

McCormick enjoys trip to Indiana [$]

Yesterday afternoon Kevin Wilson and his staff hosted a junior day and several talented prospects from the 2015 class were on campus to check out the IU program. One player that made the trip to Bloomington was 6-foot-1, 181-pound wide receiver Maxwell McCormick from Toledo (OH) St. Johns H.S.

Film Session: Sheehey and Stan

Will Sheehey (30 points) and Stanford Robinson (17 points) scored career highs in Indiana’s 93-86 win over the No. 20 Hawkeyes on Thursday evening. A look at some of their scores in the latest edition of Film Session: The Hawkeyes are throwing a bit of a 2-1-2 trap at the Hoosiers and Yogi Ferrell throws […]The post Film Session: Sheehey and Stan appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Behind The Scenes: #IUFB 2014 Signing Day

Ever wonder what football coaches are up to on National Signing Day? Well, Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson provides a behind the scenes look.

Hoops Recruiting Central: 2014 Targets [$]

Notes on Josh Cunningham's unofficial visit and whether Marvin Clark will be here on Wednesday. Plus, there's a new player on IU's radar.

What's next for Marvin Clark? [$]

One of the nation's top uncommitted forwards was at Michigan State over the weekend. So what's next for Marvin Clark? And will he still visit Indiana on Wednesday? Get the latest as his recruitment nears completion.

IU football highlights: Freshmen Standouts

After the 2013 season there were eight Indiana freshmen that earned recognition from the Big Ten Network for their play last fall. Offensive lineman Jacob Bailey was named to's Big Ten All-Freshman Team, while safety Antonio Allen, defensive tackles Ralphael Green and Darius Latham, linebackers Clyde Newton, Marcus Oliver and T.J. Simmons, and center Wes Rogers were honorable mention selections.

Tourney Watch: What does IU need to do? [$]

With only two games remaining in the regular season, what the Hoosiers must do to make the Big Dance.

Schwarber Named Big Ten Player of the Week

Kyle Schwarber was selected as Big Ten co-Player of the Week today (March 3), sharing the award with Illinois' Ryan Nagle. It marks the second such accolade of Schwarber's career (March 11, 2013) and second weekly conference award for IU this season after Joey DeNato was tabbed as the B1G Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 18.

Key Plays: IU 72, Ohio State 64 [$]

Indiana used several key plays and runs to beat No. 22 Ohio State on Sunday.

Podcast on the Brink: Jordan Hulls

Podcast on the Brink returns with Indiana legend Jordan Hulls to reflect on his career at IU and also to offer some thoughts on this year’s team in Bloomington. Hulls, who is playing professionally in Poland, joins host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and gives his take on a variety of topics, including: · Indiana’s win on Sunday over […]The post Podcast on the Brink: Jordan Hulls appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Big Ten Power Rankings: March 3

The Inside the Hall Big Ten Power Rankings are back as we enter the final week of conference play. This week’s rankings feature a couple shake-ups in the top four and several throughout the bottom seven, as we head into the final stretch of what has been a thrilling regular season. Without further ado, check […]The post Big Ten Power Rankings: March 3 appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Monday Prep Report [$]

State playoff action is underway or set to kick off the week for most of the two-dozen prospects we track each week in our Monday Prep Report. Find out who performed when it counted most and what battles lie ahead in pursuit of state titles.

Quotes from Tom Crean on B1G teleconference [$]

Here's what Indiana coach Tom Crean had to say on Monday's Big Ten teleconference.

VIDEO: Crean reacts to win over Ohio State [$]

Indiana coach Tom Crean met with the media following Sunday's win over the Buckeyes. Watch his press conference here.

Sheehey named Big Ten Player of the Week [$]

Indiana senior forward Will Sheehey won Big Ten Player of the Week for the first time in his career on Monday.

Coach Crean on Big Ten Teleconference

Indiana head coach Tom Crean talked to the media on the Big Ten Coaches Weekly Teleconference Monday morning. He discussed a successful week last week and looked ahead to the final week of the regular season this week.

Hoosiers in good shape with Ohio lineman [$]

Noah Listermann may be new to the game of football but it hasn't hurt him when it comes to his recruitment. The 6-foot-7, 293-pound offensive tackle from Winton Woods H.S. in Cincinnati has picked up four BCS offers to go along with interest from several other schools despite the fact that he has only been playing football for two years. The three-star prospect spoke with about his recruiting and his interest in the Indiana program.

Perspective: Is Anyone Happy With Their Conference Season?

In a tough conference season, we take a look at power rankings for the Big Ten a little differently. The following is a list not of how good teams are, but by how satisfied their fan base is with how the season has progressed. The Big Ten. Best basketball conference in the nation. No group of teams vaguely aligned via geography and academic cooperation is better than the Big Ten. Right? Then how come no one in the conference seems happy about how their season has gone. Truly it seems like every

Five takeaways from Indiana’s win over Ohio State

Indiana beat another top 25 opponent on Sunday afternoon, No. 22 Ohio State, 72-64 in Assembly Hall. The win moved the Hoosiers to 17-12 overall and 7-9 in the Big Ten. Here’s a look at five takeaways from the win over the Buckeyes: · Without Vonleh, Ferrell and Sheehey carry the Hoosiers: When the news […]The post Five takeaways from Indiana’s win over Ohio State appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.

Notebook: Vonleh held out due to injury [$]

The Hoosiers managed to take down Ohio State Sunday despite losing Noah Vonleh just before game time with an inflamed foot. With him out of the lineup, the Buckeyes dominated the points in the paint, but they could score just two points outside the paint.

Iowa State offers Dowell brothers

Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward's Andrew Dowell and David Dowell (pictured) are both four-star prospects, but because they play different positions their offer lists are not identical. Iowa State, however, did offer the pair Sunday night.

Monday Morning Links: Back to the Bubble?

What would it take for the Hoosiers to get into the tournament? Plus links to a feature on Vonleh, IU Swimming's great weekend, and a Jared Jeffries interview. Here are some links to get the week started on this Monday morning of lousy Smarch weather in the Hoosier state: Postgame recaps of yesterday's huge win from the losing side, courtesy of OSU blogs Land Grant Holy Land and 11 Warriors. What's wrong with the Buckeyes? The 11W commenters seem split on who to blame - Craft or Matta. Wil

Coach Crean verbatim

Read the entire transcript of what Indiana head coach Tom Crean had to say to reporters last night following his team's 72-64 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes at Assembly Hall.

Hoosier Newsstand, Mar. 3

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

Video: Game recap of IU-Ohio State [$] staffer Nolan Blair put together this package of highlights from Sunday's 72-64 victory over Ohio State. Check it out.

Video: Staff Analysis of IU-Ohio State [$]

The staff looks back at Sunday's 72-64 Indiana win over No. 22 Ohio State, a win made even more impressive by the fact that heralded IU freshman Noah Vonleh was not in uniform. Check out our analysis of Sunday's game.

IU Insider Blog: A big step for Hanner [$]

For one game any way, Hanner Mosquera-Perea looked comfortable on the court. And his confidence showed and he was able impact the game in a major way in Indiana's 72-64 win over No. 22 Ohio State. Here's why I think Perea could ultimately become a contributor for the Hoosiers.

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