The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (8/23)

Every day we scour the internet and social media to bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news and recruiting notes.  It’s your daily one stop shop for comprehensive and free IU Athletics related information.

Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

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  • Peyton Ramsey is the starting quarterback for IU.  Read more about the decision and watch Tom Allen’s press conference here.
  • Jonathan Crawford, Nick Linder and Wes Martin were named to the Senior Bowl watch list.
  • IUBase has details on another verbal commit for the IU baseball — Ryan Kraft of Illinois.
  • IDS:  IU men’s soccer’s Andrew Gutman and Trey Muse continue to pick up preseason honors.
  • We’re continuing to count down our Top 10 IU football players of all-timeHere’s No. 9.
  • IU Football 2018 Season PreviewThe Defensive Line.

HOOSIER SOUNDS

The Sports Beat with Jim Coyle had former Hoosier sharpshooter Lance Stemler on the show.  Audio with Stemler starts at 1:16.

TWEET OF THE DAY

Look closely, that’s legendary IU football coach Branch McCracken suited up for the IU football team in 1929.  Front row, far left.

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]
 
  • Trendon Watford is blogging again, discussing learning from LeBron James and the current state of his recruitment.
  • Official visit watch:  Indianapolis’ Armaan Franklin begins his official visit to IU on August 24.

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