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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
- The Daily Hoosier has the details on how you can support IU football manager Matt Stauder’s battle with cancer via a local Bloomington benefit.
- Inside the Hall and The Assembly Call were joined by Purdue analyst Brian Neubert on Podcast on the Brink to preview the Boiler’s 2018-19 basketball season.
- The Herald Times takes a closer look at De’Ron Davis’ readiness for practice.
- IUBase discusses the latest Hoosier baseball in the news.
- The Indiana Daily Student examines IU men’s soccer’s win over No. 8 Notre Dame.
- From IU’s Pete DiPrimio: IU’s Mike Majette Aims for a Bright Football Future.
- Watch: Tom Allen’s weekly radio show with Don Fischer.
Take one last behind the scenes look at the rain soaked win over Virginia before full attention is turned towards Ball State.
Archie Miller joined Jon Rothstein on College Hoops Today.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Another Hoosier basketball legend goes to the Hall of Fame…
Proud to add another #iubb great to our Hall of Fame!
Congrats Brian Evans! https://t.co/F5okLtJ33d
— Indiana Basketball (@IndianaMBB) September 12, 2018
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- Several IU basketball recruiting targets are invited to the USA Basketball October mini-camps.
- The Journal Courier takes a closer look at 2020 target Ethan Morton.
- See where the various IUBB targets landed in the latest Rivals 150 rankings.
- Rivals gives their latest take on Brandon Newman.
- Zeke Nnaji received an offer from Kentucky as his ascent continues.
- Indiana took an in-home visit tonight with Trayce Jackson-Davis. He took an official visit to Iowa over the weekend and will be at Hoosier Hysteria in just over two weeks.
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