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Pair of freshmen lead IU past Cornell, 72-57

Tom Pritchard scored a career-high 23 points and Nick Williams added 18 to lead Indiana past Cornell 72-57 Sunday afternoon in Assembly Hall. The win was the second straight for the Hoosiers (4-2) and improved their home record to 3-0. ...

Turnovers, Govens doom Hoosiers in 80-54 loss

After trailing by just five at halftime, Indiana couldn’t withstand a 19-0 run early in the second half and fell to St. Joseph’s 80-54 Tuesday afternoon in the Maui Invitational. After IU got within one at 34-33 with 18:05 remaining ...

Jackson and McAlarney lead ND past IU, 88-50

Indiana got its first taste of a nationally ranked opponent Monday night in the opening round of the Maui Invitational. The result? An 88-50 throttling at the hands of No. 9 Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish (3-0) shot 51 percent, ...

No upset here: IU prevails, 60-57

The expectation coming into the season was that the 2008-2009 version of the IU Men’s basketball team would have its hands full with just about every opponent on the schedule. Tuesday night, that was indeed the case as IU fended ...

Crean era begins with a win, 83-65

It wasn’t pretty, but Indiana opened the Tom Crean era with an 83-65 win over Northwestern State Saturday night in Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers (1-0) missed 13 free throws, were out-rebounded 52-41, committed 23 turnovers and shot 31 percent from ...

Hoosiers prevail in final tuneup, 72-54

First, a preface: I planned to catch most of tonight’s game via BigTenNetwork.com. I figured the kinks from Friday night would be worked out and it’d be smooth sailing, right? Wrong. There’s a lot of good things about the BTN, ...

Hoosiers crush DIII opponent Anderson, 103-71

Forgive us for not firing up Cover It Live or a game thread to help usher in Tom Crean’s debut in Assembly Hall, but let’s be realistic and treat tonight’s game for what it was: a glorified practice against a ...

The nightmare is over: Hoosiers bow out in 1st round

A season that started with promise and aspirations of a run to San Antonio ended Friday night as Indiana fell to Arkansas 86-72 in the first round of the East Regional in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Hoosiers (25-8) started the ...

Did that just happen? Yes, it did

First, the good things about tonight (or last night depending on when you read this.) — Purdue lost. Some of their fans were sitting directly in front of us. I got to watch them leave Conseco Fieldhouse extremely pissed off. ...

Hoosiers fall to Penn State in Happy Valley

A game that Indiana hoped would be a tuneup for the Big Ten Tournament turned into a nightmare Sunday afternoon at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, Pennsylvania. The Hoosiers (25-6, 14-4 Big Ten) shot a dismal 21 percent ...

White and Gordon lead Hoosiers past Gophers, 69-55

Wednesday’s game against Minnesota at Assembly Hall probably wasn’t the grand finale that D.J. White expected when he set foot on Bloomington’s campus in the summer of 2004. The coach who recruited him, Mike Davis, was nowhere to be found. ...

Hoosiers shellacked by Spartans, 103-74

Indiana entered Sunday’s game at the Breslin Center with an opportunity to stay tied with Wisconsin and Purdue in the race for the Big Ten title. After 40 minutes against the Michigan State Spartans, the Hoosiers all but eliminated themselves ...

Hoosiers hang on at home against Ohio State, 72-69

It certainly wasn’t the most aesthetically pleasing 40 minutes of basketball, but the Hoosiers held off a surging Ohio State in the second half and won in Dan Dakich’s home debut, 72-69. Though Indiana had a poor shooting first half ...