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- From IUHoosiers: Former IU men’s basketball All-Big Ten performer Wally Choice has passed away.
- Inside the Hall continues its countdown of the top 25 men’s basketball players in the Big Ten for the 2018-19 season with No.’s 1-5.
- Punt John Punt pivots and examines the IU offense in depth against Ball State.
- The Indiana Daily Student reports on the fundraiser last night for IU football manager Matt Stauder.
- You can still contribute to his GoFundMe here.
- Also from IDS: The IU women’s soccer team surrendered a heartbreaker and only its second loss of the season yesterday.
- Sports Illustrated calls Indiana football “unbeaten but unknown.” Fair enough, but we won’t have to wait long to know.
- Rival Watch: This is what you write about when your team is 0-3.
A really good piece here on J-Shun Harris on a local Indianapolis-based television network.
Safety Jonathan Crawford has been a starter since he was a freshman, but now he has become a leader and is off to big start in 2018. He joined Kent Sterling on 1430AM.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Raise your hand if you had Jerome Johnson pegged as doing this…
Who would've guessed that this shy, 6'3", 295 lb @indianafootball DT has a killer set of pipes?! Jerome Johnson showed them off today in 'Big Ten's Got Talent'. Watch out, @johnlegend. @BigTenNetwork pic.twitter.com/hwlklx9o2q
— Elise Menaker (@EliseMenaker) September 21, 2018
FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS
- There has been a lot of news on the Jahmius Ramsey front this week, and none of it particularly good for IU.
- Class of 2020 guard Ethan Morton is on an official visit in Bloomington this weekend. You can learn more about him here.
- ESPN’s Jeff Borzello gives the edge to Michigan State for Isaiah Stewart — although without a high degree of confidence.
- Trendon Watford talks timetable.
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