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Pick to Click: Nebraska

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Rules are here, for those unfamiliar.

Yogi Ferrell was the pick to click winner for Illinois (game one), Michigan State (game one), Penn State (game one), Wisconsin (game one), Illinois (game two), Michigan, Penn State (game two), Purdue and Wisconsin (game two). Noah Vonleh was the winner for Northwestern (game one), Michigan State (game two), Minnesota , Northwestern (game two). Will Sheehey was the winner for Nebraska (game one), Iowa and Ohio State. The leaders through 16 games are available here.

Pool for Nebraska: All players are eligible to be picked.

Picks are due by 6:45 PM ET on Wednesday.

A few reminders:

· State the name of the player (not a nickname) that you’re picking. If you use a nickname for a player, your pick will not be counted. Also, please state who you are picking as the first thing in your comment. We’re tracking hundreds of picks per game. It’s more difficult to keep track of everyone’s pick if it’s not the first thing in your comment.

· Please make sure you are using a valid e-mail address if you are not registered.

· Please make sure you are using the same name each time to pick if you are not registered. We are tracking wins by the name you use to submit your pick. If your name changes on a game-to-game basis, credit for your pick will be given to the name used to submit the pick.

Podcast on the Brink: Jordan Hulls

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Podcast on the Brink returns with Indiana legend Jordan Hulls to reflect on his career at IU and also to offer some thoughts on this year’s team in Bloomington.

Hulls, who is playing professionally in Poland, joins host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and gives his take on a variety of topics, including:

· Indiana’s win on Sunday over Ohio State
· What he misses most about playing at Indiana
· What makes Will Sheehey such a special teammate and player
· Why Tom Crean is so good developing players
· Whether he could beat Noah Vonleh in a 3-point contest

So tune in and enjoy. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at jerod@assemblycall.com.

Listen in the embedded media player below, download the episode, subscribe via iTunes or subscribe to the RSS feed.

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Photo Gallery: Indiana vs. Ohio State

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Check out 29 photos by Jamie Owens from Indiana’s 72-64 win over No. 22 Ohio State at Assembly Hall in the embedded photo gallery after the jump. Purchase prints from J. Scott Sports.

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Pick to Click: Ohio State

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Rules are here, for those unfamiliar.

Yogi Ferrell was the pick to click winner for Illinois (game one), Michigan State (game one), Penn State (game one), Wisconsin (game one), Illinois (game two), Michigan, Penn State (game two), Purdue and Wisconsin (game two). Noah Vonleh was the winner for Northwestern (game one), Michigan State (game two), Minnesota , Northwestern (game two). Will Sheehey was the winner for Nebraska and Iowa. The leaders through 15 games are available here.

Pool for Ohio State: All players are eligible to be picked.

Picks are due by 3:45 PM ET on Sunday.

A few reminders:

· State the name of the player (not a nickname) that you’re picking. If you use a nickname for a player, your pick will not be counted. Also, please state who you are picking as the first thing in your comment. We’re tracking hundreds of picks per game. It’s more difficult to keep track of everyone’s pick if it’s not the first thing in your comment.

· Please make sure you are using a valid e-mail address if you are not registered.

· Please make sure you are using the same name each time to pick if you are not registered. We are tracking wins by the name you use to submit your pick. If your name changes on a game-to-game basis, credit for your pick will be given to the name used to submit the pick.

Photo Gallery: Indiana vs. Iowa

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Check out 26 photos by Jamie Owens from Indiana’s 93-86 win over No. 20 Iowa on Thursday at Assembly Hall in the embedded photo gallery after the jump. Purchase prints from J. Scott Sports.

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Podcast on the Brink: A look at the Wisconsin loss and where the Hoosiers go from here

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Podcast on the Brink returns following IU’s 69-58 loss to No. 14 Wisconsin on Tuesday night at the Kohl Center with the Hoosiers beat writer for The Indianapolis Star, Zach Osterman.

Osterman joins host Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and gives his take on IU’s loss to the Badgers and several other topics, including:

· What IU fans can reasonably expect from this squad moving forward
· The offensive development of Noah Vonleh
· Tom Crean’s decision to bring Hanner Mosquera-Perea back
· Whether or not any fractures are showing in IU’s togetherness

So tune in and enjoy. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at jerod@assemblycall.com.

Listen in the embedded media player below, download the episode, subscribe via iTunes or subscribe to the RSS feed.

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Pick to Click: Wisconsin

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Rules are here, for those unfamiliar.

Yogi Ferrell was the pick to click winner for Illinois (game one), Michigan State (game one), Penn State, Wisconsin, Illinois (game two), Michigan, Penn State (game two) and Purdue. Noah Vonleh was the winner for Northwestern, Michigan State (game two), Minnesota and Northwestern (game two). Will Sheehey was the winner for Nebraska. Full standings through 11 are available here. (Note: Only those who have registered at least one correct pick are listed. Next update after 14 conference games.)

Pool for Wisconsin: All players are eligible to be picked.

Picks are due by 8:45 PM ET on Tuesday.

A few reminders:

· State the name of the player (not a nickname) that you’re picking. If you use a nickname for a player, your pick will not be counted. Also, please state who you are picking as the first thing in your comment. We’re tracking hundreds of picks per game. It’s more difficult to keep track of everyone’s pick if it’s not the first thing in your comment.

· Please make sure you are using a valid e-mail address if you are not registered.

· Please make sure you are using the same name each time to pick if you are not registered. We are tracking wins by the name you use to submit your pick. If your name changes on a game-to-game basis, credit for your pick will be given to the name used to submit the pick.

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