- Justin Albers, HoosierNation.com/Scout on March 4, 2014, 10:00 PM CT (1930 days ago)
Watch this four-minute video that sums up Will Sheehey's four-year career at IU.
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Watch this four-minute video that sums up Will Sheehey's four-year career at IU.
Freshman Noah Vonleh missed Sunday's game with foot inflammation. Indiana coach Tom Crean said Tuesday he expects Vonleh to play Wednesday against Nebraska.
Indiana coach Tom Crean addressed the media on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday night's game against Nebraska.
Courtesy of The Herald Times' Jeremy Price, here is full video from today's press conference.
We asked David McGee, from SB Nation Nebraska blog Corn Nation, 10 questions in anticipation of tomorrow's Senior Night game at Assembly Hall. 1. Nebrasketball! Catch the Fever! The Huskers currently sit tied for fourth place in the Big Ten and have won 8 of their last 10 games. At a school that is more known for its football program, what is the excitement level in Lincoln about the team being in the hunt for its first NCAA Tournament bid since 1998? It's palpable, no question. It's leading
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: Nebraska appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Indiana's Will Sheehey met with the media on Tuesday prior to his Senior NIght game against Nebraska on Wednesday.
Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean discusses the impact of the program's four 2014 seniors - Will Sheehey, Evan Gordon, Jeff Howard and Taylor Wayer
Indiana seniors Will Sheehey, Evan Gordon, Jeff Howard and Taylor Wayer discuss their college basketball careers at Indiana.
IU’s four seniors — Evan Gordon, Taylor Wayer, Jeff Howard and Will Sheehey — met with the media on Tuesday evening in advance of senior night and Wednesday’s game with Nebraska at Assembly Hall. Watch their comments in the media player below:The post Video: IU’s senior class in advance of senior night appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Indiana finishes off its home schedule on Wednesday when it welcomes Nebraska to Assembly Hall on senior night. The Cornhuskers, who are 17-11 overall and 9-7 in the Big Ten, won the first meeting between the two teams, 60-55, on Jan. 30 in Lincoln. The game will be broadcast on BTN at 7 p.m. ET […]The post What to Expect: Nebraska appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
Watch what Kevin Wilson had to say earlier today after the Hoosiers' morning conditioning session inside Mellencamp Pavilion. The Indiana head coach talked about how winter workouts have gone for his team, and he also talked about the plan for spring football which gets underway this Saturday. Peegs.com was there and we have video of Coach Wilson meeting with the media.
Indiana hosted one of the nation's highest ranked unsigned senior frontcourt players over the weekend. See what future Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr. said about that visit and the potential of four-star forward Josh Cunningham joining Indiana's 2014 recruiting class.
The Indiana football team opens spring practice on Saturday. Head coach Kevin Wilson, head strength and conditioning coach Mark Hill, defensive linemen Zack Shaw and Nick Mangieri, offensive tackle Jason Spriggs and wide receiver Shane Wynn talked about offseason conditioning and getting back on the field.
The Indiana Hoosiers will host the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Wednesday in the final regular season home game for IU. The four seniors on the team - Will Sheehey, Evan Gordon, Jeff Howard and Taylor Wayer - will be recognized after the game.
Head Coach Tom Crean talks about the final regular season home game against Nebraska and also Senior Night.
Both Indiana (17-12) and Nebraska (17-11) are in the discussion but on the outside looking in when it comes to most projections for the upcoming NCAA tournament. That's means neither can afford a loss tomorrow night when the two meet for the second time at Assembly Hall.
Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic three-star linebacker Chris Green has been steadily adding scholarship offers, and he picked up his ninth on Monday from Indiana.
Cody Zeller was a program-changing recruit for Indiana. In his two seasons in Bloomington, the All-American forward led the Hoosiers to 56 wins and an outright Big Ten championship before entering the 2013 NBA Draft, where he was the No. 4 overall pick to the Charlotte Bobcats. Inside the Hall had the opportunity recently to […]The post Q & A: Cody Zeller reflects on IU career, talks 2013-2014 Hoosiers appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
On his weekly radio show Monday night, Indiana coach Tom Crean talked about his four seniors on this year’s roster heading into Wednesday’s senior night against Nebraska. Below are Crean’s entire comments on Evan Gordon, Jeff Howard, Taylor Wayer and Will Sheehey: Evan Gordon “Evan Gordon is a guy that wanted to be back at […]The post Crean talks IU’s four seniors in advance of senior night appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
The 2014 home opener is set for Wednesday (March 5) at 4:05 pm. #17 Indiana (4-5) plays host to the Xavier Musketeers (5-3) in what has become an annual meeting between the two schools seperated by just two hours.
After a month hiatus, “Bubble Watch” is back following a pair of IU wins over ranked teams last week and a revival of NCAA tournament hopes for the Hoosiers. The return of Bubble Watch takes a look at IU’s current nitty gritty profile, what the Hoosiers might need to do to reach the tournament for […]The post Bubble Watch: Is IU back in the discussion? appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
The Hoosiers are currently sitting 7th in the conference standings going into the final week of the season. But thanks to some numbers crunching and a lot of hard work by a contributor at The Only Colors, we know that Hoosiers can still finish as high as 4th in the conference and get a first round Big Ten Tournament bye. It's an unlikely road, but the following has to happen for that to occur. First off, the most obvious one. The Hoosiers MUST win their final two games. That means beating the b
Where they’ve failed earlier in the season, the Hoosiers made plays on both ends of the court in the closing minutes against the Buckeyes to seal the victory on Sunday. A look at Hanner Mosquera-Perea’s two lobs and Will Sheehey’s D on Aaron Craft — with some help from Mosquera-Perea — in the latest edition […]The post Film Session: Hanner’s lobs, Sheehey’s D appeared first on Inside the Hall | Indiana Hoosiers Basketball News, Recruiting and Analysis.
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Check out this extensive scouting video of future Indiana guard James Blackmon Jr. from his performance on Senior Night. Blackmon and Marion turned a nine-point halftime lead into a 30-point victory on the night Jay Edwards, Lyndon Jones and other members of Marion's 1985-87 state champions were honored.
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