The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (09/16)

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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

IU defensive coordinator Kane Wommack discusses Ohio State and looks forward to UConn.

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Listen to Don Fischer recap the Ohio State game at the 1:16 mark, followed by Mike Schumann of The Daily Hoosier at 1:35.

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TWEETS OF THE DAY

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

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  • The Daily Hoosier updates the latest with IU basketball recruiting news and notes including updates on Dawson Garcia, Javonte Brown-Ferguson, Bryce Hopkins, Trey Kaufman, and Khristian Lander.
    • Update:  Brown-Ferguson added a UConn official visit for October to his schedule today.
  • 2020 point guard Hassan Diarra will take an IU official visit.
  • 247Sports assessed Gibson Southern 2022 quarterback Brady Allen.
  • 2020 forward Isaiah Jackson is scheduling visits.
  • Note:  Purdue’s Matt Painter visited with Caleb Furst today according to Jake Weingarten.
  • Note:  Fort Wayne 2021 guard Luke Goode visited Northwestern and Butler this weekend based on multiple reports.

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