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- The Daily Hoosier has the latest twist in the Yogi Ferrell saga.
- IUBase – The Talking Hoosier Baseball crew breaks down the latest with the IU coaching staff on their latest podcast.
- Hoosier Huddle takes a look at an October game against Iowa that will no doubt be one of the most important games on the schedule.
- Wondering what is going on with Romeo Langford’s New Albany teammate Sean East’s college plans? The Louisville Courier Journal has an update.
- Slam Magazine has a nice feature on OG Anunoby, calling him a player “on the rise”.
- Remember the Washington Post writer that penned the Romeo Langford/Rick Pitino article? He’s back, and this time he is talking to IU class of 2019 recruiting target Armaan Franklin.
Bendu Yeaney will be a key starter on next year’s Indiana women’s basketball team.
In case you missed it, check out this great piece by Murphy Wheeler of the The Indiana Daily Student on Yeaney’s involvement in the Bloomington community.
Jim Coyle on The Morning Madness had Tom Coverdale on the show today. You can listen to that segment starting at around the 1:17 mark below.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Umm, that’s an eight-foot rim, right?
— Coach Clif Marshall (@ClifMarshall) July 20, 2018
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- The Daily Hoosier has the latest take on Trayce Jackson-Davis’ recruitment. More patience is in order.
- Trendon Watford went on the Memphis radio and gave an interview. Take a listen to what he had to say from a Memphis perspective — with a lot people thinking he is leaning that way.
- Zeke Nnaji continues to turn out big performances at the Adidas event. He had a 23 point game on Friday on 10-17 from the field to go with 11 rebounds and two blocks according to Minnesota reporter Marcus Fuller.
- Isaiah Stewart earns first team all Peach Jam.
- A name to continue to keep an eye on is Michigan guard Harlond Beverly. Here is video from this week’s live period. You can see Ed Schilling in the background.
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