According to a report this morning in the San Francisco Chronicle, Indiana basketball recruit Eli Holman has had his appeal
Here’s the complete story from Tuesday’s Herald-Times, written by Bethany Nolan. By Bethany Nolan 331-4373 | [email protected] Â Â An 18-year-old
Final: Indiana 74, Charlotte 57
A.J. Ratliff finishes with 18 points on his 21st birthday and the Hoosiers glide to an easy win against a talented team that hasn’t yet come together.
What do you guys think? Can Ratliff become a scorer or will he continue to be inconsistent?
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Injured Indiana forward Lance Stemler just came off the floor after shooting baskets for a few minutes. He didn’t do
For the second time this week, Indiana has announced that one of its long-time coaches is stepping down. This time,
By Chris Korman 331-4353 | [email protected] December 1, 2006 After coaching D.J. White for five games, Indiana coach Kelvin Sampson
Doug and I will be flying back to Indianapolis on Wednesday at 11 a.m., when we’re usually conducting our question
Indiana volleyball coach Katie Weismiller did the right thing by resigning today. Weismiller’s teams haven’t been winning the past three
It’s a slow weekend for IU sports. Without a football or a men’s basketball game to cover on Saturday, I
Ahlfeld just pulled down a rebound. He’s like Chamberlain out there.
Suhr brought the ball down and then Kyle Taber scored. I’m ducking for cover just in case the Apocalypse comes.
Indiana took care of business today. Their new starting line-up performed well and the Hoosiers were able to put 40 minutes together.
(Indiana 86, Chi. St 67) [1:00]
Checking into the game, ladies and gentleman, Kyler Taber and Adam Ahlfeld!
Section “M” started the Ahlfeld chant and literally seconds later they began to make their way to the scorer’s table.
(Indiana 84, Chi. St 64) [1:41]
It doesn’t neccesarily have to be Ahlfeld, but Sampson should seriously consider implementing a “human victory cigar” a la Darko Milcic. Just someone to signal to the fans that the game is over. It used to be Suhr, but now he plays meaningful minutes.
Kyle Taber would be perfect, except for the fact that he is 6-foot-7. The “human victory cigar” role tends to be someone vertically challenged.