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- The Daily Hoosier reluctantly looks at Purdue for the way this Indiana team needs to play.
- Race Thompson returned for Indiana on Saturday. Can he provide a late spark?
- IU Baseball won their first series of the season as Jeff Mercer gets off to a good start.
- IU Women’s Basketball came up short against Rutgers on Monday night.
- Rick Bozich uncovers some facts that make this Indiana team look historically bad.
- Track & Field: Several Hoosiers stars among nation’s best heading into Big Ten Championships.
- Michigan State’s Nick Ward out indefinitely with a hairline fracture in his left hand.
- Big Ten: Weekly Men’s Basketball Central.
- Also from TDH: See the Minnesota Report Card.
The Hoosier Network profiles IU’s Aleksa Gulbe:
Don Fischer tells Dan Dakich that the IU players aren’t giving a damn about having Indiana on their jersey.
TWEET OF THE DAY
IU Softball continues to keep it rolling. The team is off to the best start in program history.
— Indiana Softball (@IndianaSB) February 18, 2019
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- The Hoosier Network spoke with 2020 guard Trey Galloway over the weekend.
- Confidence is building on the Kentucky side that they will land Keion Brooks, Jr.
- Rivals also discusses the latest with Brooks, Jr.
- Keion Brooks, Sr. indicates that his son’s recruitment is definitely in the home stretch.
- Checking in with Trendon Watford’s recruitment.
- The Hoosiers are investigating a junior college freshman phenom in Ohio named Sean McNeil.
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