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Cardinals, Hoosiers crave sweet-shooting Donovan Mitchell Cardinals, Hoosiers crave sweet-shooting Donovan Mitchell Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1rTHh9h The well-built, four-star guard from Brewster Academy in New Hampshire has used an improved shooting stroke to become one of the top performers of this month's live ... (more)
Indiana is in an interesting scholarship position. The Hoosiers don't have a single senior on the roster and only have one scholarship remaining for the class of 2015.
Need a place to go when you're in Bloomington for a game? Do you want to find a good spot in town to relax or have a nice meal? Here's a guide to help you out.
It's an epidemic. That is what we are led to believe. That is what the people in college basketball, most of them, tell us about the escalating number of Division I players transferring colleges during the course of their careers.
FGCU's Smesko contacted but not candidate again at Indiana FGCU women's coach was one of two finalists two years ago in Bloomington.
After a tumultuous offseason full of departures from coaches and players alike, Indiana basketball finally has a complete roster and is getting ready for the season.
Football is finally here in one sense. The Big Ten is hosting Media Day in Chicago this morning and the event is just kicking off.
In 2021 and 2022, the Hoosiers will play a home-and-home football series against the Bearcats.
When the 2014 offseason began for the Charlotte Hornets, the goals were to find a way to improve upon a 43-39 breakthrough playoff year.
IU basketball scheduling tries to balance East Coast initiative with hometown roots Showcasing Hoosiers in East helps program but runs risk of alienating local supporters Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1rFp27i Indiana's Yogi Ferrell drives around Illinois Nnanna Egwu in the first half of game during the Big Ten Men's ... (more)
Charlotte Hornets General Manager Rich Cho announced today that the team has signed first-round draft pick Noah Vonleh .
Old Dominion University wrestling has promoted long-time staff member Mike Dixon to associate head coach, the Virginia-based school announced Monday.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:05 pm
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