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Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:
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- The Daily Hoosier wraps up another weekend of IU baseball with the Hoosier Baseball Report.
- Joey Brunk: IU formally announces the addition of Brunk who will wear No. 50 (see below).
- Indiana Football: IU names plaza outside Memorial Stadium after George Taliaferro.
- Hoosiers in the NBA: Eric Gordon had eight three-pointers in Houston’s second round loss.
- More on Gordon: When Kelvin Sampson flipped the switch on Eric Gordon.
- IU Base takes another look at the projected NCAA Baseball bracket.
- Herald Times: IU Athletics guilty of various secondary NCAA infractions.
- The Daily Student: IU Softball takes two of three from Rutgers.
Go behind the scenes with Victor Oladipo with “The VO Show”
Listen to Coach Tom Allen discuss Rashawn Williams and other topics today.
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FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- 2020 four star wide receiver Rashawn Williams is the highest rated recruiting commit ever for IU during the recruit rankings era.
- Class of 2020 7-footer Zach Loveday is planning a visit to IU in the coming weeks.
- Indiana basketball offered 2020 forward Matt Cross.
- Breaking: IU has offered 2020 guards Anthony Leal and Trey Galloway.
- See who the Indiana coaches watched this weekend during the April live period.
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