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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in Free IU Coverage and Recruiting News (05/31)

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

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • Is the Indiana/Kentucky basketball series on its way back?  Fred Glass says they are working on it.
  • The Daily Hoosier evaluates the key roster changes across the Big Ten and takes a first pass at predicting the 2019 standings.
  • Inside the Hall and The Assembly Call have another episode of Podcast on the Brink.
  • IUBase remembers one of the most important moments in Indiana baseball history on this date.
  • Hoosier Huddle has the details on a surprising boost to the Indiana defense with the return of linebacker Dameon Willis, Jr.
  • The Indiana Daily Student has another great feature on Bill Mallory.

TWEET OF THE DAY

We won’t say we told you so, but…

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]

  • Isaiah Stewart narrows his list to 10 and the Hoosiers are included.
  • Purdue offered Brandon Newman.  Is Indiana next?  A June visit to Bloomington is scheduled.
  • Jalen Wilson, a top 40 recruit in the class of 2019 committed to Michigan.
  • The Indy Star has a profile on 2019 in-state IU target Armaan Franklin, who is also planning a visit to IU soon.  Did you know — you can often avoid paywalls at newspapers by accessing their content through Twitter?  If that works for you on this article and you like that idea, please give us a follow while you are there.

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