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Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:
THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE
- The Daily Hoosier examines what has gone wrong with this Indiana basketball season…and what can be done to fix it.
- New IU QB Jack Tuttle met with the media on Wednesday.
- Herald Times: Clifton Moore ready when called upon.
- The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall discuss what’s wrong with IU basketball in their Podcast on the Brink.
- No. 25 IU Women’s Basketball comes up short on Wednesday night against Northwestern.
- Talking Hoosier Baseball: The IUBase crew talks to Kyle Hart.
- The Indiana Daily Student: Angel Escobedo draws on IU wrestling career to improve program.
- IU Distance Runner Kyle Mau wins the Big Ten track athlete of the week.
- Wilkinson Hall: Read more on the formal dedication.
- Antwaan Randle El is back in the NFL.
This was the last time that IU won at Mackey Arena (2013). This game epitomized what a mentally tough team did on the road.
Will Sheehey had a memorable moment in that game (as seen in the main photo). It’s also his birthday today.
You can read our “where are they now” piece on Sheehey here.
Former IU guard and Nebraska assistant Michael Lewis was on the Dan Dakich show yesterday.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Future Hoosiers with high honors as they are named as nominees for the McDonald’s All American Games.
The list also includes IU women signees Jorie Allen, Shaila Beeler, Mackenzie Holmes and Arielle Wisne.
— Indiana Basketball (@IndianaMBB) January 16, 2019
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- Two IU football class of 2019 recruits (Sampson James/Cam Williams) land in the final Rivals 250 rankings.
- Class of 2021 5-star Caleb Furst and Blackhawk Christian rally for a win behind 23 points from the big man.
- Trayce Jackson-Davis scored 23 points as Center Grove won the Johnson County title Monday night.
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