Podcast on the Brink: Signing day edition

Signing day is finally here.

All six recruits from IU’s class of 2013 are expected to ink their national letters of intent during the early signing period. But where does the Hoosiers’ incoming class stack up?

To break it all down, ITH founder Alex Bozich joins hosts Matt Dollinger and Greg Rosenstein for this week’s show.

Among the topics discussed this week:

· A closer look at IU’s current scholarship situation
· Impact of the 2013 signees, including Noah Vonleh
· Which 2014 recruits the Hoosiers are pursuing hardest
· Impressions on the Hoosiers after the first two games
· Christian Watford’s battle with inconsistency
· Previewing the Legends Classic in Brooklyn next week

So tune in and enjoy. As always, feel free to drop us a note at podcastonthebrink@gmail.com.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.coghlan.50 Matt Coghlan

    Anyone know why Troy Williams is waiting until Monday to sign?

  • http://twitter.com/gjalicea Gil Alicea

    My guess would be its either school or family related. Like the school a signing day thing planned for its students or he wants family there ect.. just a guess though

  • http://www.shawnhoke.com/ Shawn Hoke

    No need for a baseball bat by the Barclay Center. It’s like two blocks from my house and totally safe. Plus the subway stop is 50 yards from the entrance. You will have a blast! Make sure to take a trek down 5th Avenue before the game. Lots of bars and people out.

    I’m an IU Bloomington grad living in NY and was so psyched to see the boys pop up on the schedule at the new stadium. We are attending Monday night!

  • http://www.shawnhoke.com/ Shawn Hoke

    No need for a baseball bat by the Barclay Center. It’s like two blocks from my house and totally safe. Plus the subway stop is 50 yards from the entrance. You will have a blast! Make sure to take a trek down 5th Avenue before the game. Lots of bars and people out.

    I’m an IU Bloomington grad living in NY and was so psyched to see the boys pop up on the schedule at the new stadium. We are attending Monday night!

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