Advertisement

Indiana University

Rich Schultz/Getty Images From iusports.com: Indiana got its victory reward. Could a strong finish follow? Stay tuned The Hoosiers (13-12, 6-7 Big Ten) clicked on offense, defense and energy during Monday night's 65-43 victory at Rutgers. They snapped a four-game losing streak...
Mark Lyons/Getty Images I doubt many folks in central Indiana tuned into "The Two Bills" documentary that aired on ESPN last night. I mean, how many people in the home of the horseshoe would want to watch two more hours of Bill Belichick? Most wouldn't want to if you paid them...
Icon Sportswire/Getty Images From iusports.com: Fatigue has hit Indiana like a right to the jaw. So did a surprisingly good Ohio State team. A brutal schedule -- little rest, top-20 competition -- has the Hoosiers reeling with three straight losses. Case in point – Tuesday night...
Icon Sportswire/Getty Images From iusports.com: Indiana missed its chance. It had a lead, a reeling opponent and crunch-time toughness at Illinois Wednesday night. But free throw misery and turnover frenzy were too much to overcome. The Hoosiers lost 73-71. "Life on the road isn...
Joe Robbins/Getty Images From iusports.com: Sometimes you have to make the other guy blink. Sometimes you have to dig deep, play hard and battle as if Michigan State misery never happened. And sometimes, if you're the Indiana Hoosiers, you have to finally -- finally -- shoot to...
Ray Del Rio/Getty Images From iusports.com: Unwanted reality came swiftly to Indiana. No. 9-ranked Michigan State saw to that. The Spartans played like the No. 1 team they were a few weeks earlier with their 85-57 victory Friday night at the Breslin Center. "Michigan State is a...
Joe Robbins/Getty Images From iusports.com: Indiana is back in Big Ten business. Senior guard Robert Johnson saw to that. A suddenly stifling defense did as well. And then there was the second-half resurrection -- 60.9 percent shooting -- from early offensive struggles. The...
Dylan Buell/Getty Images From iusports.com: The Indiana bench ruled. Let's start with that. The Hoosiers produced plenty of talking points during Tuesday night's 74-70 victory over Penn State, and not just because Zach McRoberts had another difference-making scoreless game, but...
Icon Sportswire/Getty Images From iusports.com: Unwanted history repeated itself. Wisconsin was once again too much for Indiana. Not even a career scoring night from Collin Hartman was enough for the Hoosiers to defeat a battered Badger team. Wisconsin's Ethan Happ saw to that...

Related articles