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- The 2018-19 Indiana men’s basketball schedule is now complete, with the announcement of the dates of all Big Ten contests.
- See the official release from IU here.
- IU also released its roster yesterday. We discussed the noteworthy updates from last year.
- The IU women’s basketball team also released their schedule today.
- Phil Buck, a former IU basketball player and beloved former Indiana high school coach that produced several IU basketball stars has passed away.
- The Indiana Daily Student takes a look at the situation at the tight end position for IU football.
- Mike Miller of the Herald Times examines which incoming freshman are the most likely to see playing time for IU football.
- Did you know — there is a new fair catch rule in 2018? Punt John Punt takes a closer look.
- The Daily Hoosier highlights the latest with the various former IU football stars fighting for an NFL roster spot.
Another perspective — See what Mike DeBord had to say yesterday about the offense and the QB situation.
IU head football coach Tom Allen joined the Kent Sterling Show on Monday afternoon.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Another look at the 2018-19 schedule with some nice photos of the guys —
? The 2018-19 #iubb schedule is HERE! ?
⚪️ 20 #B1G games
? 19 home games
⚪️ 12 true road games
— Indiana Basketball (@IndianaMBB) August 21, 2018
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- The Columbus Dispatch interviewed Brandon Newman coming out of his Ohio State unofficial visit.
- If you live in Indiana you’ll have a chance to watch several IU targets (commits?) in the same venue on December 8. Tre Coleman (2020), Isaiah Stewart (2019), Trayce Jackson-Davis (2019), Keion Brooks, Jr. (2019), Trey Galloway (2020), Mabor Majak (2020), Armaan Franklin (2019), Pierce Thomas (2021), and Tayven Jackson (2022) will all being playing at Southport at the Forum Tipoff Classic. See more below:
— FORUM Tipoff Classic (@FORUMTipoff) August 21, 2018
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