Four dates, locations announced for “on the road with the Hoosiers”

  • 04/30/2014 10:02 am in

According to the official IU athletics site, four dates and locations have been announced for the 2014 version of “on the road with the Hoosiers.”

Formerly known as the IU Tailgate Tour, these events provide the opportunity for fans to meet and hear from coaches at various stops throughout the state.

The four dates confirmed thus far for 2014 include:

· June 4: Borden (Huber Winery)
· July 28: Chicago (Joe’s Bar on Weed Street)
· August 20: Indianapolis (Lucas Oil Stadium)
· August 22: Bloomington (Memorial Stadium)

Start times and registration are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

According to the IU athletics site, each stop will include one or more of the following head coaches: Tom Crean (men’s basketball), Sherry Dunbar (volleyball), Ron Helmer (track and field), Curt Miller (women’s basketball), Tracy Smith (baseball), Kevin Wilson (football) and Todd Yeagley (men’s soccer).

Athletics director Fred Glass is also expected to participate. Legendary IU broadcaster Don Fischer will emcee each event.

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  • Rie

    We made Zimmerman’s final eight! I suspect UCLA has the upper hand, but would be absolutely stoked if we could land a big like him or Diamond Stone for 2015.

  • Crimson&CremeFraiche

    Where is the Fort Wayne love?

  • Kyl470

    No Evansville? Dang it.

  • GeneralRMK

    Once again, we issue this reminder that Hoosier faithful reside in that presumed wasteland north of I-70, too. This concludes the public service announcement for today.

  • I believe additional dates could be added.

  • Caleb Moore

    Suppose anything is possible! My take……if you hold your breath on either of those you will end up 6 ft under.

  • This is already a tougher schedule than we had last year.

  • Crimson&CremeFraiche

    Oh ok. Cool. It seems like we always get left out up here.

  • Miamihoosier

    It would have been funny, if as they have to turned to lesser name players to fill roster spots, they stuck with the theme ,and picked lesser known spots this year…like instead of huber farms in Borden, we could try to find uncle Lester’s farm in Oolitic

  • JJ

    Lucas Oil Stadium / Assembly Hall in the same breath as Joe’s on Weed. Wow. Place is a garbage dump but great for live music.

  • Snookafly

    Tell that to the recruits living north of I-70.