Saturday’s matchup with Michigan State didn’t go how IU wanted it to. That doesn’t change the upward trajectory of the program.
While landing Langford is monumental for Miller and his staff, the New Albany native is not the end all be all for the Hoosiers.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me over and over again for more than sixteen years, well...
With a podium game against Kansas, we shouldn’t hear about how IU’s better without JBJ for a while.
It’s another new Crimson Quarry piece! Since we have a staff writer living in Las Vegas now, why not pretend we know how you should bet your money?
Patterson and Brandon didn't fail because of limited experience in college athletics administration -- they failed because they were assholes.
The impacts of this legislation could affect NCAA-sanctioned events in the state, and could even impact recruitment and scheduling at schools like IU.
In the years after the Kelvin Sampson texting fiasco, the program cleansed itself and made a renewed dedication to recruit players that fit the Indiana mold. That meant locking up the state's homegrown talent first and foremost. While this effort was accomplished in the past, recent years have started to veer off into a different direction as the recruiting landscape has become more of a national picture than a local one. Is this a good or bad thing?
An obvious answer to an obvious question.