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Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:
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- The Daily Hoosier’s Michigan pre-game coverage:
- IU Football Offensive Coordinator Kalen DeBoer discusses why he took the job.
- DeBoer was introduced today at the new OC in Bloomington.
- Not Retired? Former IU offensive coordinator Mike DeBord finds a new job.
- IU Women’s Basketball gets back on track with a career high from Jaelynn Penn.
- Herald Times: Archie Miller drawing on experience to end losing streak.
- Rob Senderoff former IU assistant, has done well since the 2008 meltdown.
- Watch: IU men’s soccer 2018 season highlights.
Watch this interesting breakdown of what went wrong with the IU defense in Ann Arbor, and how they might fix it tonight.
Dan Dakich joined WIBC’s Hammer and Nigel to discuss what is wrong with IU basketball.
TWEET OF THE DAY
J-Penn was on fire last night on her way to a career high. Indiana has a huge home game on Sunday against the top team in the Big Ten, Maryland.
— Indiana Women’s Basketball (@IndianaWBB) January 25, 2019
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
[See 2020 through 2022 prospects here]
- Multiple 2021 IU targets in the new ESPN top 25 including in-state Caleb Furst.
- With uncertainty at the guard position next year, Harlond Beverly is becoming a major 2019 name to watch over the next month. At the same time, his star is on the rise.
- McDonald’s All-American Trendon Watford discusses his recruitment on Memphis radio:
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