Author: TDH Staff

New IU basketball guard Myles Rice was no typical freshman in 2023-24. After redshirting his first season at Washington State, he was diagnosed with cancer before his second.  He persevered through that adversity and was named the Pac-12 Conference Freshman of the Year last month. Below is a selection of coverage of Rice’s journey during his time at Pullman. https://youtu.be/4K03FNU0euI https://youtu.be/VV3voOCfhlU https://youtu.be/rfPRbW2Tvcc https://youtu.be/r11p5Jwv-A4 The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can follow us on Twitter:  @daily_hoosier Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no cost to you.

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Watch as IU football running back Justice Ellison met with the media on Thursday. Ellison has one season of eligibility with the Hoosiers after playing four seasons with Wake Forest. This past season, Ellison finished as Wake Forest’s second-leading rusher with 548 yards on 120 carries with one touchdown. He also caught 10 passes for 61 yards. He performed better in 2022, when he earned third-team All-ACC honors and finished sixth in the conference with 707 rushing yards on 170 carries with six touchdowns. He added six receptions for 62 yards that season. https://youtu.be/0_hbEQFP5fs (video provided by IU Athletics) For…

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Indiana has contacted dozens of potential targets in the transfer portal. But who are they focused on with with several openings on their 2024-25 roster?  And who are they gaining traction with? We’ll use this page to track IU basketball’s main 2024 transfer portal prospects. Check for updates on this post, pinned to the recruiting drop-down menu, and updated periodically. For a more comprehensive look at IU roster updates, all players contacted in the portal, and Big Ten transfer portal activity, GO HERE. MYLES RICE – COMMITTED School:  Washington State Hometown:  Atlanta, Ga. Height/Weight:  6-3 Position:  PG Notable numbers:  14.8…

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Watch as IU football wide receiver Myles Price met with the media on Thursday. Price spent his first four seasons with Texas Tech, catching 161 passes for 1,746 yards and 10 touchdowns. He has more than 2,300 career all-purpose yards.  If he had produced those numbers at Indiana he would be sixth all-time in receptions. Price was also the Red Raiders’ punt-return man. He averaged 21.8 yards on nine returns this past season. The 5-foot-10 and 190-pound Price has one year of eligibility remaining. https://youtu.be/u-vAWDNzgWE (video provided by IU Athletics) For complete coverage of IU football, GO HERE. The Daily Hoosier –“Where…

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Below you can find Indiana basketball offseason roster activity and portal prospects, along with roster movement across the Big Ten Conference. The college basketball transfer portal entry window runs from March 18 to May 1.  Here are the key NBA Draft dates: April 27: NBA Early Entry Eligibility Deadline May 13-19: NBA Combine (Chicago, IL) June 16: NBA Draft Early Entry Entrant Withdrawal This post will be updated daily and pinned to the home page and menu.  Check back regularly for developments. INDIANA TRANSFER/OTHER DEPARTURES (6) Xavier Johnson (eligibility) Anthony Walker (eligibility) Payton Sparks (transfer to Ball State) Kaleb Banks…

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Watch below as IU football coach Curt Cignetti met with the media on Tuesday morning. Indiana will host a spring game on April 18. For complete coverage of IU football, GO HERE. (Video provided by IU Athletics) https://youtu.be/ogvT2zIVLSg The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can follow us on Twitter:  @daily_hoosier Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no cost to you.

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Watch below as IU football special teams coordinator Grant Cain joined radio color commentator Rhett Lewis for an introductory Q&A. Cain joined head coach Curt Cignetti at James Madison in 2019 as the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach and was promoted to assistant head coach prior to the 2022 season. For complete coverage of IU football, GO HERE. (Video credit – IU Athletics) https://youtu.be/l-ceVxPnh3o The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at Assembly” Find us on Facebook:  thedailyhoosier You can follow us on Twitter:  @daily_hoosier Seven ways to support completely free IU coverage at no cost to you.

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Indiana’s Mackenzie Holmes and Sara Scalia will participate in the 2024 Women’s College All-Star Game on April 6, joining other seniors from across the country in a nationally televised contest on ESPN2. The game will be held at 3:30 p.m. ET at the Wolstein Center on the campus of Cleveland State in downtown Cleveland. Teammates each of the last two seasons, Holmes and Scalia will be on opposing teams Saturday.  Holmes will be on Team Lieberman while Scalia is set to play with Team Miller, which will be coached by Naismith Hall of Famers and basketball legends Nancy Lieberman and…

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Watch as IU football transfers Aiden Fisher and Elijah Sarratt met with the media on Thursday morning. At linebacker for James Madison in 2023, Fisher had a team-best 108 tackles (51 solo) to go with 6.0 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, one interception, seven pass breakups and one blocked punt. At wide receiver for James Madison in 2023, Sarratt was named first-team All-Sun Belt after he totaled 1,191 yards receiving on 82 receptions with eight touchdowns. https://youtu.be/SZYpmkmygBg https://youtu.be/FDAznOsXZrM Videos provided by IU Athletics For complete coverage of IU football, GO HERE. The Daily Hoosier –“Where Indiana fans assemble when they’re not at…

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Indiana senior guard Sara Scalia has been selected to the Hanes Women’s 3-Point Championship roster for the 35th annual State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix on Thursday, April 4. Scalia is one of eight players that will participate in the 3-point competition, which will air live Thursday on ESPN at 9 p.m. ET. One of the nation’s best 3-point shooters this season, Scalia knocked down an IU single season record 103 triples in her final season with the Cream and Crimson. She ranks fourth in NCAA Division I in three pointers made,…

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