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- The Daily Hoosier examines the freshman season of Romeo Langford.
- Archie Miller joined Don Fischer on their weekly radio show last night.
- Herald Times: IU Women’s Basketball falls again without Ali Patberg.
- IU Softball enters the Top 25.
- Big Ten: Weekly Men’s Basketball Central.
- ESPN Bracketology: IU still amazingly in the first four out.
- Punt John Punt looks at Kalen DeBoer’s offense.
IU Student Television caught up with former IU Baseball star Austin Cangelosi:
Dan Dakich and Don Fischer discuss the latest as IU basketball is in free fall.
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FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- Rivals’ Eric Bossi with some quick thoughts today on Keion Brooks, Jr. and Trendon Watford.
- Rivals examines some of the brightest up and coming Midwest high school football talents.
- SBNation: Seven college football teams that landed their best ever recruiting class.
- Class of 2021 Caleb Furst’s Blackhawk Christian team cruised to a win last night.
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