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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in Free IU Coverage and Recruiting News (05/27)

Here’s the latest free IU Athletics coverage and recruiting news from around the net:

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • The Daily Hoosier has a Memorial Day tribute to legendary Hoosiers that served during war time.
  • Inside the Hall has its weekly “6-Banner Sunday” produced along with The Assembly Call.  This week the focus is on Bill Mallory and other good topics.
  • IUBase is getting ready for the NCAA Baseball Tournament selection show on Monday, with details on how you can participate live on Facebook.
  • The Indiana Daily Student reports on the eight Hoosiers bound for the NCAA Track & Field NCAA Championships.
  • IUHoosiers has the details on Indiana’s 13th place finish at the NCAA rowing championships.

TWEET OF THE DAY

The Indy 500 gets off to a feathery start.

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]

  • Valparaiso’s Brandon Newman had some big games this weekend on the Nike EYBL.  Is he going to be IU’s next offer?
  • It isn’t going to be easy.  Keion Brooks, Jr. is planning a visit to North Carolina.
  • The offers keep piling up for Alabama 5-star Kira Lewis.  Xavier and Louisville are the latest.  Consider the equity in this — Lewis will be playing in a USA basketball training camp that will be coached by Kansas coach Bill Self.  The Jayhawks have offered Lewis.
  • Isaiah Stewart had another big weekend at the Nike EYBL.  Here are some highlights.

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