Video: Buckner, Thomas, Wittman and Woodson offer inside look at Knight’s return to Assembly Hall

On Monday, the Big Ten Network released a 14-minute video featuring an inside look at Bob Knight’s return to Assembly Hall back in February. The segment, featuring Quinn Buckner, Isiah Thomas, Randy Wittman and Mike Woodson, features insight from all ...

Q & A: Class of 2022 shooting guard Will Lovings-Watts talks IU recruiting interest

Will Lovings-Watts is a class of 2022 shooting guard that has gained national attention in a short span of time. The 6-5, 170 lb. rising junior is rated as a 4-star prospect, the 75th-best player nationally and the fourth-best player ...

Q & A: Lance Stemler talks IU career, Kelvin Sampson and the tumultuous 2007-08 season

Lance Stemler spent two seasons at Indiana under former coach Kelvin Sampson and made two NCAA tournament appearances. Stemler, who now resides in Sellersburg, spoke at length recently to Inside the Hall about his time in Bloomington, the tumultuous 2007-08 ...

Indiana recruit Alex Karaban embraces the challenge of New England prep school basketball

When Andrew Gale pitches high school basketball players and their families about the benefits of New England prep school hoops, the selling points spill out of him. Gale talks about the rich history of success for prep schools in the ...

6-Banner Sunday: Scott Dolson begins as IU Athletic Director while sports continue to navigate COVID-19

6-Banner Sunday is Inside the Hall’s weekly newsletter in partnership with The Assembly Call. More than 7,000 Indiana fans receive the newsletter each week. In addition to appearing each week on the site, you can also opt to receive 6-Banner Sunday ...

POTB 334: Jeff Goodman on IU basketball, Archie Miller and the uncertainty in college sports due to COVID-19

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly. On this week’s episode, Bozich is joined by Jeff Goodman to talk Archie Miller, IU basketball, ...

IU Athletics moves into phase two of restart plan

Indiana University Athletics has moved into phase two of its reopening plan, the department announced on Friday morning. Here are the full details of the announcement via a release issued moments ago: Bloomington, Indiana – Based on the Indiana University ...

2021 target Mason Miller talks Indiana offer and versatile style of play

Mason Miller was confident in his team’s chances to win the state championship this year. In his third year at Houston High School in Germantown, Tennessee, Miller helped lead his team to the state title game, which was going to ...

Class of 2022 point guard Bruce Thornton offers a defense-focused, physical option for Indiana

Will Whetstone knows the internal and external emotions of Bruce Thornton better than most. As Thornton’s coach with the Atlanta-based Nike EYBL team The Skill Factory, Whetstone is allowed access into Thornton’s more relaxed moments, the ones not on a ...

‘He’s grown up quickly’: How Braden Smith is changing the culture of Westfield High School basketball

Each morning at 7:45 the bus came to take Braden Smith to school. It was part of his schedule from the third grade through the sixth grade. Braden would get up at 6 a.m., head downstairs and watch basketball highlights ...

Glass in email to student-athletes: No loss of scholarship if you choose not to participate due to COVID-19 concerns

Outgoing IU athletic director Fred Glass sent an email on Tuesday afternoon to student-athletes with several updates on their return to campus. The email, which was made public by IU, reemphasized that participating in activities is voluntary and also explicitly ...

An updated look at who is coming and going in the Big Ten for the 2020-21 season

As we race toward the deadline for underclassmen to withdraw from the NBA draft on August 3, it’s time for an updated look at who is coming and going in the Big Ten for the 2020-21 season. (Note: This is ...

Roundup: Glass honored with President’s medal for excellence, freshmen move in, more

Indiana Athletic Director Fred Glass will retire from his post today and on Monday, he was honored by president Michael McRobbie for his contributions to the university with the President’s Medal for Excellence. Glass, who spent 11.5 years as IU’s ...