Indiana Hoosiers Basketball
Coverage of the five-time national champion Indiana Hoosiers basketball program
After a horrendous start to the season, the Hoosiers pay a visit to Seton Hall for their first road game of the year
It may only be an exhibition, but there was still a lot to takeaway from Archie Miller’s first game at Assembly Hall.
Nebraska football and IU basketball seem similar at first, but the Hoosiers may be in a better position for long-term success.
The Hoosiers’ schedule features some big non-conference games, but is highlighted by a weird Big Ten season
New Director of Athletic Performance Clif Marshall is turning the Hoosiers into the Hulk, one by one
Brothers Archie and Sean Miller will face off as opposing head coaches starting in 2019
In an interview with “The Breakfast Club”, Staples revealed that he had Indiana Basketball aspirations in High School
Former Indiana Hoosier OG Anunoby will be bringing his incredible size and athleticism to the NBA in the near future.
With many anxious for the future of Indiana Basketball, it is important to remember that the hiring of Archie Miller is a by-product of justified high expectations.
Thanks to Tom Crean’s affinity for history and tradition, Archie Miller finds himself in need of a culture shift.
Caleb Swanigan will officially remain in the NBA Draft, and as he thanked his fans on the way out, he made sure to take a parting shot at Indiana University.
Archie Miller’s first season in Bloomington just got a little tougher with the perhaps unexpected departure of his likely top scorer.
Bob Knight gave a speech at Bloomington North High School last night that turned into a thank you to Indiana fans, while still trying to scrub the history books of his time here.
With roster speculation rampant after Archie Miller’s hiring at Indiana, at least one integral cog will be back in Bloomington next season.
Under Tom Crean, IU’s non-conference schedule became feast or famine. Under Archie Miller, that will change
Less than 24 hours after Archie Miller was named to replace him, Tom Crean is back in Assembly Hall supporting Teri Moren and the Indiana Women’s basketball team.
Crean spilled the beans on his firing, how he’s feeling, what’s next, and more to SI’s Pete Thamel.