IU recruits to play on National TV Monday Night

  • 08/07/2011 9:54 pm in

Indiana fans will have the opportunity to watch three of the Hoosiers’ verbal commitments — Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell, Jeremy Hollowell and Trey Lyles — play on national television Monday evening.

The championships of adidas Nations will be broadcast live by CBS Sports Network beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

Ferrell’s 2012 USA Red Team will meet Lyles’ 2013 USA Blue Team in the third place game to open the national broadcast and Hollowell’s 2012 USA Blue Team will play the USA 2013 Red Team for the adidas Nations Championship.

You can find the channel in your area at this link.

For fans in the Los Angeles area, both games will be played at Cal State Dominguez Hills. General admission tickets will be available for $10 at the door.

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  • SuhrEric

    How is Hanner recovering from that concussion? Is he not able to play?

  • He’s out for the remainder of the event.

  • I hope Garrett Green see’s that IU’s future recruits will be on national television before they get to Indiana, more than SDSU will be their entire season. Zing. Good luck to Garrett by the way, I’m just bitter haha. I’m excited to watch Hollowell, I’ve yet to see him in a live event.

  • N10sdreams3

    If he was fully healthy, he would still not be playing on TV tonight, as his team did not make the final 4.

  • N10sdreams3

    If he was fully healthy, he would still not be playing on TV tonight, as his team did not make the final 4.

  • GBake

    Not looking like Pegasus carries it either. Bringing back bad memories of the Big Ten Network dilemma. Hate being in Bloomington and not able to watch Bloomington related sportsĀ 

  • GBake

    Not looking like Pegasus carries it either. Bringing back bad memories of the Big Ten Network dilemma. Hate being in Bloomington and not able to watch Bloomington related sportsĀ 

  • MillaRed

    I felt sorry for Hollowell tonight. That was the most selfish team I have seen on any of these circuits, That Dunn kid? Good grief no thanks. Dude never gave up the rock.

  • MillaRed

    I have my Hoosier bias but I thought he was one of the top three players out there. His team took away another three assists by blowing bunnies and he should have shot about 4 free throws.

    The kid is very, very, very good.

  • MillaRed

    I have my Hoosier bias but I thought he was one of the top three players out there. His team took away another three assists by blowing bunnies and he should have shot about 4 free throws.

    The kid is very, very, very good.