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THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE
- The Daily Hoosier has the scoop on the latest IU scheduling update for the 2018-19 season as the Hoosiers will play a home-and-home against Arkansas.
- Inside the Hall and The Assembly Call take a closer look along with Rick Bozich at the 1976 team on this week’s Podcast on the Brink.
- Indiana native Jeff Mercer is the new IU head baseball coach.
- IUBase has local and national reactions to the hiring of Mercer.
- Dick Vitale sees a bright future for IU, and acknowledges the great Don Fischer here.
- Former IU center Thomas Bryant is now a Washington Wizard.
Indiana has the potential to have a very strong running attack this year, and Cole Gest is one major reason why:
Two insightful sessions here including Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star and Cathedral head basketball coach Jason Delaney who says that “Archie really has it going on at IU right now”…
TWEET OF THE DAY
Andy Katz is ranking his top 20 returning players in college basketball. Coming in at #12 is Indiana’s Juwan Morgan, Katz discusses the Romeo Langford / Juwan Morgan duo:
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) July 3, 2018
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- The Daily Hoosier tells you where all of the class of 2019 IU targets check-in in the latest Rivals Top 150 rankings.
- The Rivals team also predicted where their top 16 will commit, with some promising views on Keion Brooks, Jr. and Trayce Jackson-Davis.
- Trendon Watford is blogging again. Check out what he has to say here. He gives a couple new insights into his recruitment.
- We’ve updated our Indiana football recruiting board. You can check out the latest with the class of 2019 including the players and latest national rankings here.
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