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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
- Race Thompson is “Changing the Course of the Season”
- Radio Show: Miller and Fischer review Penn State win | preview Purdue
- Cody Zeller to represent Indiana and charity as he returns to face Pacers
- Tight End Peyton Hendershot suspended indefinitely from IU football team
- Trayce Jackson-Davis is the USBWA national freshman of the week.
- QB Dexter Williams — It’s all about winning
- OF Elijah Dunham takes on leadership role with IU baseball team.
- Pitcher Tommy Sommer learned hard work and love for IU from his dad.
- Track and Field: Elizabeth Stanhope’s journey from home school to IU.
- Nuggets’ Noah Vonleh: Five questions.
- Scheduling note: Wednesday’s baseball home opener vs. Butler has been cancelled.
IU wrestling coach Angel Escobedo was mic’d up last week.
It is IU vs. Purdue week, and Dan Dakich had Robbie Hummel on his show to talk Big Ten basketball and Russia war stories. The segment begins at the 29:20 mark.
(Tip: Pull this post up every day on your commute and listen to the most relevant daily IU content rather than whatever happens to be on the radio)
TWEETS OF THE DAY
— Indiana Pacers (@Pacers) February 25, 2020
Every Tuesday, Fairview Elementary 1st Grade students have a tall guest in their classroom. When he's not on the court, @IndianaMBB player @JoeyBrunk helps students with their assignments & activities. Today he was helping with an imagination painting project & indoor recess! pic.twitter.com/2DN28MoSSP
— Monroe County CSC (@MCCSC_EDU) February 25, 2020
IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- BREAKING: 2021 point guard Khristian Lander commits to Indiana.
- The 2020 Indiana boys high school state tournament bracket is out. See the full release here.
- Rosters for the top two U17 in-state AAU teams are out. Play on both circuits begins on April 17. The Indy Heat (Nike) open in Indianapolis, while Indiana Elite (Adidas) opens in Louisville.
2020 is upon us in just a few weeks!
This thing takes a whole village of people including parents, high school coaches, trainers, our coaches and staff and most importantly our kids!
Indy Heat Gym Rats will continue to bring the 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/kER7cOZOxZ
— Indy Heat (@indy_heat) February 23, 2020
— Indiana Elite (@IndianaElite) February 15, 2020
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