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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (08/30)

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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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HOOSIER SIGHTS

Take a look back at Indiana vs. Ball State in 2018.

HOOSIER SOUNDS

Former IU basketball player and member of the 1987 title team Jeff Oliphant was with Jim Coyle on Indiana Sports Beat today.

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TWEET OF THE DAY

He can’t stay away…

IU volleyball coach Steve Aird discusses the season opening win.

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  • The Daily Hoosier has a official visit primer for 2020 wing Jordan Geronimo.
  • Hoosiers offer 2021 guard Carter Whitt.
    • Here is more background Whitt when he received an offer from local school NC State.
  • 247Sports’ Evan Daniels sees two leaders for Jalen Bridges.
  • Rivals indicates that IU is in the mix for 2020 five star Isaiah Jackson.  Indiana offered last year and we are not aware of any significant traction to this point.
  • Note:  Class of 2021 five-star Terrence Clarke announced a final six today that did not include Indiana.

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