So, about DeMarcus Cousins, Jeff Withey and the scholarship situation…

Believe it or not, from time to time, some of you email and ask us to address something in this very space. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do with an email I got early this evening from John, ...

Hulls leads nationally ranked South to pair of wins

Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how the six Indiana signees and 2011 commitment Matt Carlino are performing at their respective schools. Here’s our latest update. Jordan Hulls: Bloomington South picked up two wins over ...

Around the Hall: IU-UK

Around the Hall is recommended reading from the Inside the Hall crew. IU’s abysmal start {Indianapolis Star} Jones gets physical in return to action {Indianapolis Star} IU never got started {Herald Times} Crean or Patton? {Hoosier Scoop} Wildcats ripped at ...

Hoosiers can’t overcome early surge from UK

The combination of Kentucky playing its best six minutes of basketball and Indiana playing perhaps its worst six minutes of basketball was too much for the Hoosiers to overcome Saturday afternoon in Rupp Arena. The Wildcats (7-3) jumped to a ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: UK – Open Thread

That was awful. Wait, it was worse that that. What’s the word I’m looking for here…Horrendous, Atrocious, Deplorable. All of those work, so take your pick. With Sir Ryan out of commission this evening, it’s time to open up this ...

Live Blog: Indiana @ Kentucky

Remember the name: D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera

The next in line in a stable of exceptional guards at Indianapolis North Central has arrived and is making an immediate impact as a freshman. D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera, a 6-3 guard who already has a scholarship offer from Indiana, is considered ...

Early line: Kentucky by 18

The oddsmakers in Vegas like the Wildcats to win big — by 18 to be exact on Vegasinsider.com — in tomorrow’s game at Rupp Arena. Kentucky is coming off a 23-point home win against Mississippi Valley State, but they’ve already ...

Know Thy Opponent: Kentucky Wildcats

John Clay is a columnist for the Lexington Herald Leader and is the author of Sidelines. He covered Kentucky football for 13 seasons before being promoted to columnist in 2000. We recently caught up with him for a Kentucky edition ...

Tom Crean talks about Kentucky

And here is the audio, thanks for our friends over at The Hoosier Scoop: [audio:http://blogs.heraldtimesonline.com/iusp/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/ds_20527.mp3]