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- The Daily Hoosier has the latest on the new IU baseball coaching staff.
- OG Anunoby has a big night in the NBA Summer League.
- For his trouble, Anunoby is being mentioned in trade rumors.
- Steve Alford continues to be questioned at UCLA.
- Something different — a “short” history of IU basketball shorts.
- Damon Bailey’s son is growing up in dad’s shadow.
This is from last summer but still good entertainment. The IU related segments starts around 4:30 and features Donovan Hale, Rashard Fant and Simmie Cobbs.
Listen to former IU great Jared Jeffries on the Ride with JMV…
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- The Daily Hoosier gives its take on why D.J. Carton just might commit to IU. Maybe.
- You can check out how all of the top 2019 IU targets performed on Day 1 of the Peach Jam here.
- Rivals reporting that Indianapolis guard Armaan Franklin is targeting official visits to IU and Purdue this summer after the July live period.
- Isaiah Stewart is looking to cut his list from 10 to 5 soon.
- Keion Brooks, Sr. tells Kentucky Sports Radio that his son will definitely use an official visit at Kentucky.
- Jeff Goodman had this report on Trendon Watford via Twitter: “Trendon Watford is not expected to play this week in Augusta, his father told me. Watford tweaked his knee in an open gym yesterday. Was slated to play in PIT with Georgia Stars. The expectation is he will play next week with Hoop City Basketball in LA, then in Vegas.
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