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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
- Tom Allen and Kane Wommack gave an update after the second spring practice.
- Indiana Women’s Basketball blows out Purdue and now looks to Big Ten Tournament to polish NCAA resume.
- Hoosier Baseball Report: Take a look back at the week that was for IU baseball.
- Tuesday’s home game against Indiana State has been cancelled.
- Matt Gorksi named Big Ten player of the week.
- IU Men’s Swim and Dive wins their third straight Big Ten title.
- Indiana Softball suffers first loss of season but also picks up big win.
- Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany will step down.
- NFL Network Host and former Indiana WR Rhett Lewis met with the IU football team.
- Matt Painter to Purdue fans — give up the “IU Sucks” chant.
- This Date in Hoosier History — Calbert Cheaney becomes the IU and Big Ten all-time leading scorer.
HOOSIER SOUNDS, PART I
This was right before the IU game, but you will want to listen to former Hoosier Dane Fife as he discusses Indiana and Bob Knight on several occasions.
HOOSIER SOUNDS, PART II
Don Fischer was on the Dan Dakich show today. He clarified his comments on Coach Knight’s health and discussed the latest with IU basketball. You can hear Fischer’s original comments on Knight’s health last week here.
You can catch more Fischer on Indiana Sports Beat —>
TWEET OF THE DAY
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FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- Keion Brooks, Jr. sets a decision date.
- Rivals’ Eric Bossi not ready to make an official prediction on Brooks.
- Center Grove and IU signee Trayce Jackson-Davis won 3rd straight sectional crown.
- Class of 2019 guard Harlond Beverly visited this weekend for the Michigan State game.
- Class of 2020 guard Ethan Morton’s Butler squad comes up short in the Pennsylvania state title game.
- Class of 2020 guard Caleb Love’s Christian Brothers’ squad won a district title.
- Class of 2020 guard Anthony Leal won the sectional title on Saturday and then took an official visit on Sunday to Stanford.
- Five-star 2021 forward Caleb Furst had 16 and 10 as Blackhawk Christian cruised to a sectional title.
- Five-star 2021 guard Khristian Lander received a Team USA invite. Lander’s Reitz team lost to Jasper in their sectional final.
- Class of 2021 guard Jalen Blackmon won the sectional title and his brother and current Hoosier Vijay was there to celebrate.
- Highlights: Trendon Watford’s Mountain Brook wins third straight state title:
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