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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
- Indiana University’s 2020-21 academic year plan could have adverse impact on IU basketball
- Peyton Ramsey thanks IU football and enters Indiana-centric QB competition at Northwestern
- IU Basketball Archives: the program makes several more games from the ’90s available to watch.
- IU football Q&A: tight ends coach Kevin Wright
- IU baseball catcher Collin Hopkins provides an update
- IU football 2020 opponent UConn has a spiraling athletic department.
- Lilly King is training in a pond for the Olympics.
- Jordan Hulls’ sister Kaila is on the pandemic front lines as an ICU nurse
- Brenna Wise and Nick Westbrook named Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship winners.
TWEETS OF THE DAY
Special thanks to @mcuban for spending a few minutes with @IndianaMBB this afternoon! “Going to Indiana is the best life decision I’ve ever made, and it’s not even close. IU made me.” How’s that for a quote!? pic.twitter.com/chUjSnLzBa
— Brian Walsh (@B_Walsh2) May 27, 2020
Friendly reminder to follow all social distancing guidelines 👇
(as far as possible)
— IU Bloomington (@IUBloomington) May 26, 2020
my home away from home⚪️🔴 so thankful to be a hoosier https://t.co/bdiMsndRGN
— Mackenzie Holmes (@kenzieholmes_) May 27, 2020
IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- From The Daily Hoosier: graduate transfer and redshirt options could be used for Indiana’s 2020-21 roster
- Rivals’ Corey Evans likes where IU is with 2021 forward Trey Kaufman. Discusses Kuleal Mading too.
- 2021 wing Brooks Barnhizer’s recruitment has been negatively impacted by the pandemic.
- The NCAA extended the recruiting dead period through July 31:
— Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) May 27, 2020
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