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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
- Juwan Morgan played his first games in the NBA summer league and had a slight wardrobe change.
- NBA Summer League: See the schedule for games in Las Vegas that run July 5-15.
- Yogi Ferrell will reportedly stay in Sacramento for the 2019-20 season.
- Swim and Dive: Finnerty and Apple win gold at World University Games.
- IU Women’s Basketball: Ali Patberg is granted sixth year of eligibility | has two years remaining.
- The Hoosier Network continues their top 10 moments in IU Athletics 2018-19 with the IU women’s win over Iowa.
- Romeo Langford is reserved, but a rock star in Indiana.
- Big Ten: Michigan’s Juwan Howard already commits NCAA violation.
- Rival Watch: A Calipari to play for Mike Davis?
Check out the latest edition of the “VO Show” as Victor Oladipo updates his recovery.
Indiana Sports Beat has Todd Leary (at the show’s open) today and replays a great interview with Brian Evans (18:30).
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TWEET OF THE DAY
We’ll be just fine with no mascot thank you very much.
— IU Artifacts (@IUArtifacts) July 5, 2019
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- The Daily Hoosier shares new video of 2020 point guard RJ Davis.
- Rivals as the latest with the recruitment of 2020 forward Matt Cross.
- 2021 point guard Quimari Peterson of Gary West Side is profiled by 247Sports.
- 2021 point guard Khristian Lander impressed at the Nike Elite 100 Camp.
- The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette profiles Blackhawk Christian and 2021 forward Caleb Furst.
- See video of Furst at last week’s Charlie Hughes Classic.
- 2020 in-state offensive lineman Josh Fryar verbally commits to Ohio State.
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