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National voices weigh-in on Archie Miller hire

Archie Miller was named as the 29th head coach in program history Saturday. The hiring came after more than a week of rumors and speculation since the firing of Tom Crean on March 16. Inside the Hall reached out to ...

Search over: Archie Miller is the choice for Indiana

Nine days after announcing its decision to move from Tom Crean, Indiana has a new head basketball coach. On Saturday afternoon, the program confirmed the hiring of Archie Miller, who spent the last six seasons at Dayton University. “While there ...

Indiana names Archie Miller as 29th head coach in school history

Indiana announced the hiring of its 29th coach in school history on Saturday afternoon: Dayton’s Archie Miller. Here’s the full release with comments from both Fred Glass and Miller: Bloomington, Indiana – Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate ...

Report: OG Anunoby leaning towards entering 2017 NBA draft

Indiana sophomore forward OG Anunoby, who missed the final 15 games of the season with a knee injury, is reportedly leaning towards entering the 2017 NBA draft. Gary Parrish, a national basketball writer for CBSSports.com, reported late Wednesday afternoon that ...

Tom Crean speaks publicly for first time since IU firing

Tom Crean, who was fired on Thursday after nine seasons at Indiana, spoke publicly for the first time since being dismissed to Pete Thamel of Sports Illustrated. You can read the entire piece at this link, but here are some of ...

Around the Hall: Reaction to IU’s decision to fire Tom Crean

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall staff. Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports writes that Tom Crean’s firing was a surprise: I talked to Tom Crean on Wednesday afternoon. He said he had “heard nothing” from ...

Indiana fires Tom Crean after nine seasons

Tom Crean, who led Indiana to two Big Ten regular season championships and three Sweet Sixteen appearances, was fired on Thursday. Crean, who took over in Bloomington in April of 2008 with the program under NCAA sanctions, was 166-135 in ...

Around the Hall: IU loses in NIT, but what’s next?

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall staff. Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes that the spotlight in Bloomington has turned to Athletic Director Fred Glass: Glass must make a call on the marriage between IU basketball ...

IU’s season ends in fitting fashion

In a game that Indiana declined to host, the No. 3 seeded Hoosiers (18-16) were thoroughly outplayed by No. 6 Georgia Tech (18-15) in Atlanta on Tuesday night, losing 75-63 at McCamish Pavilion. It was Indiana’s first NIT game in ...

Around the Hall: Reaction to IU’s NIT draw, road game

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall staff. Mike Miller of The Herald-Times writes that Indiana simply wanted to keep playing, even in the NIT: Indiana learned Sunday night that it received a No. 3 seed ...