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Three Things: Indiana loses at Northwestern 59-51


Instant Recap: Northwestern handles shorthanded Indiana men’s basketball 59-51

Indiana was without five players, including two starters.

Three Things: IU Women beat Purdue 64-57


Indiana at Northwestern: Men’s basketball game thread

In the comments below, let us know your thoughts on Indiana’s matchup Tuesday night.

Three Things: Indiana loses to Illinois

Illinois is a pretty good team

Indiana men’s basketball can’t contain Illinois in rock fight 74-57 loss

Illinois extended its winning streak against Indiana to four games.

Three things to watch when Indiana men’s basketball takes on No. 18 Illinois

Indiana hasn’t beaten Illinois since 2019.

Three Things: IU Women beat Minnesota 80-70

That sign can’t stop me because I can’t read

Indiana vs. No. 18 Illinois: Men’s basketball game thread

In the comments, let us know your thoughts on Saturday’s matchup.

Three Things: IU Women Fall to Michigan 65-50

Hoosiers drop first game after 15-day layoff

Indiana vs. No. 18 Illinois: Men’s basketball date, tip time, TV channel, preview

Here’s everything you need to know about Indiana’s matchup on Saturday.

‘They figured it out’: Indiana men’s basketball defeats Maryland 68-55 on the road

This is Indiana’s first win in College Park since Maryland joined the Big Ten.

Three Things: Indiana beats Maryland 68-55

Road win number two

Indiana’s Rob Phinisee “could be day-to-day” with plantar fasciitis

Phinisee left Indiana’s game against Penn State on Wednesday following an injury.

Xavier Johnson emerging in Indiana men’s basketball’s offense

Johnson transferred to Indiana from Pittsburgh this past offseason.

Three Things: Indiana beats Penn State 74-57

Something clicked, finally

Indiana men’s basketball bounces back, defeats Penn State 74-57

Penn State defeated Indiana in State College on Jan. 2.

Column: My Miller-Era apathy and newfound hope

Is Hoosier basketball good again? Who’s to say.

Who might grab hold of Justin Smith’s minutes?

The forward logged more time on the court than any other Hoosier last season, leaving just over 30 minutes per game to be filled

Smith leaving IU as grad transfer

After graduating from Indiana earlier this month, Justin Smith is looking to play his final season at a new school

Lander reclassifies, will join IU next season

5-star guard gives Hoosiers No. 13 class nationally

The outlandish, funny, and delirious things in the IU men’s basketball inbox

So you think you’re worthy of a scholarship offer/walk-on spot/coaching role/autograph from Archie Miller, huh

What if ... George McGinnis stayed two more years?

After posting arguably the best single-season line in program history, McGinnis had a few good reasons to turn pro. But IU might have hung another banner had he chosen to stay through his senior year.

What if ... Bob Knight joined CBS after the 1981 season?

"Hello, friends. This is Jim Nantz, alongside my partner in crime, the venerable Bobby Knight"

Cody Zeller recalls the time Jim Harbaugh convinced Tom Crean to buy a live bat

The headline says it all

What if ... Larry Bird hadn’t transferred from IU?

Is there room for eight banners on the south wall of Assembly Hall?

Anderson announces he’ll enter transfer portal

After playing only sparingly in 2 seasons at IU, Damezi Anderson is looking to transfer

Mark Cuban is single-handedly trying to resume the Indiana-Kentucky series

The IU alum pitched Kentucky coach John Calipari an idea for resuming the IU-UK series on Monday

Leal named Indiana Mr. Basketball

For the 1st time in program history, IU has landed 3 consecutive Indiana Mr. Basketball honorees

What if ... IU had solved Syracuse’s zone in 2013?

Who knew Syracuse played a 2-3 zone! Not me!

4-star center Logan Duncomb commits to IU

Hoosiers nab 2nd commit in 2021 class

What if ... IU hired Jerry Tarkanian instead of Bob Knight

IU nearly went in a very, very different direction with its basketball program in 1971


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