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Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:
THE BEST IN IU COVERAGE
- Guard Rob Phinisee trying to think less and attack more
- This date in IU basketball history: February 19, 1989 — Jay Edwards sinks Michigan at the buzzer
- IU women’s basketball takes down No. 11 Michigan
- Watch: Q&A with Rob Phinisee as Indiana gets set to face Michigan State
- Former TE and GA Danny Friend lands DII assistant coaching job
- IU Men’s Soccer begins their long-awaited season with a win over Wisconsin
- Indiana allowing up to 500 spectators for NCAA Tournament games at Assembly Hall
- Conference Tournaments: Could NCAA bound teams opt-out?
- Cody Zeller on Hornets Camaraderie During COVID, His Kicks for Kids Program
- Why are Michigan State and the other blue bloods struggling?
TWEETS OF THE DAY
— Indiana Football (@IndianaFootball) February 18, 2021
🎙"They're going bananas in Bloomington!"
Even Bob Knight was celebrating #OTD in 1989.
The reason for it: Jay Edwards' buzzer-beater to lift No. 9 Indiana past No. 13 Michigan. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/kbOvqPf23E
— Indiana On BTN (@IndianaOnBTN) February 19, 2021
IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- 2022 forward Alex Karaban talks development, recruitment and Indiana
- 2022 wing Tyler Nickel talks about the programs recruiting him the hardest.
- IU football in the final five for another Michigan transfer, LB Ben VanSumeren
- IU football after Washington State DT transfer Lamonte McDougle, WR Rashawn Williams lands at JUCO
- An in-season look at 2022 point guard Tre Holloman:
2022 floor general Tre Holloman does a little bit of everything, racks up 27 points, 9 assists, 6 rebounds & 4 steals in a win for Cretin-Derham Hall (MN)
— The High School Circuit (@HSCircuit) February 18, 2021
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