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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in Free IU Coverage and Recruiting News (7/11)

Every day we scour the internet and social media to bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news.  Because you have better things to do with your money, we always try to make sure everything presented here is free.  Here’s today’s latest free IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • The Daily Hoosier takes a look at the latest IU football news as we near 50 days to opening kickoff.
  • Hoosier Huddle examines the wide receivers that the Hoosier secondary will face this season.  IU is looking for depth on its back end for the 2018 season.
  • The Indiana Daily Student covers the hiring of Dan Held by IU baseball as the recruiting coordinator.  Held comes from the Indiana Bulls organization and should help keep the in-state pipeline strong.
  • NBA Commissioner Adam Silver signals that the NBA age restriction is coming to an end.
  • Rival watch:  Purdue will have a couple tough games in November in the Charleston Classic

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In case you missed it, we joined the Morning Madness with Jim Coyle this morning…

TWEET OF THE DAY

45 days until the nation’s premier program begins a new quest for number nine…

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]
 
  • Ohio State welcomes D.J. Carton to Columbus for his official visit starting today.
  • A Memphis paper discusses what Penny Hardaway is trying to do there as he competes for several IU targets including Trendon Watford and Matthew Hurt.
  • Rivals opines on the latest with Hurt and Brandon Newman.

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