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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 continues the exit interview series with four things for Rob Phinisee in 2019-20.
- IU Women’s Basketball brings in a former McDonald’s All-American transfer eligible in 2020.
- IU Base previews the Hoosiers’ big road trip to Michigan.
- IU Softball advances in the Big Ten tournament, faces Northwestern on Friday.
- Chris Covington will once again be battling for a roster spot in Dallas.
- Philadelphia Eagles running backs preview including Jordan Howard (see more on Howard below).
Q&A with Hoosier forward Race Thompson.
Indiana Sports Beat had former IU great Greg Graham on the show today.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Philadelphia Eagles running back Jordan Howard finished his IU degree.
— Jordan Howard (@JHowardx24) May 10, 2019
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- In the Gym Hoops is profiling the Indy Heat AAU basketball team.
- Lester Quinones has committed to Memphis.
- 2020 guard Nimari Burnett’s recruitment continues to expand.
- Cameron Knight, younger brother of Brandon Knight, discussed his IU football offer.
- Minnesota a hoops hotbed? Right now, yes, with several IU targets.
- AAU Scheduling Note: The Nike EYBL circuit is in Westfield, Indiana all weekend.
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