Indiana Hoosiers

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  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: 5 takeaways from scrimmage vs Marquette

    The Indiana basketball program took the court for the first time, unofficially, on Sunday as the 2019-20 season quickly approaches as they took on Marquette in the preseason 'secret scrimmage'.

    While no media were allowed in the arena for the game, the box score was released to the public, allowing for a lot to dissect.

    Despite the 72-69 loss, as the Hoosiers were shorthanded as the starting backcourt of Rob Phinisee and Devonte Green were held out of the game, not injury related, a lot of the newcomers had very good first showings.

    Even though Indiana returned a lot of the roster from a season ago, the majority of the roles are entirely different from last year.

    The Indiana basketball program took the court for the first time, unofficially, on Sunday as the 2019-20 season quickly approaches as they took on Marquette in the preseason 'secret scrimmage'.

    While no media were allowed in the arena for the game, the box score was released to the public, allowing for a lot to dissect.

    Despite the 72-69 loss, as the Hoosiers were shorthanded as the starting backcourt of Rob Phinisee and Devonte Green were held out of the game, not injury related, a lot of the newcomers had very good first showings.

    Even though Indiana returned a lot of the roster from a season ago, the majority of the roles are entirely different from last year.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Where IU stands, what's next as four-star target set to announce

    Archie Miller has been adamant about adding another ball handler to the 2020 recruiting class but with very little Indiana basketball targets still remaining, a point guard addition may have to wait until 2021.

    For Hassan Diarra, the four-star point guard had the Hoosiers in the mix for a lengthy period, even visiting Bloomington a couple of weeks ago, but all signs have pointed to another program in recent days.

    With Georgia and Texas A&M as the other two programs with a shot at landing Diarra, every program will find out their fate on Friday afternoon as he is set to make his college decision, announced last night.

    Archie Miller has been adamant about adding another ball handler to the 2020 recruiting class but with very little Indiana basketball targets still remaining, a point guard addition may have to wait until 2021.

    For Hassan Diarra, the four-star point guard had the Hoosiers in the mix for a lengthy period, even visiting Bloomington a couple of weeks ago, but all signs have pointed to another program in recent days.

    With Georgia and Texas A&M as the other two programs with a shot at landing Diarra, every program will find out their fate on Friday afternoon as he is set to make his college decision, announced last night.

  • Inside the Hall: 2019-2020 Player Profile: Justin Smith

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Justin Smith.

    Indiana's frontcourt is deep this season. There's a lot of pieces, and a lot of questions surrounding how Archie Miller will divvy up the minutes.

    Among those pieces is Justin Smith, who will be a junior this year after starting 32 of 35 games last season.

    In those games, he averaged 8.

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Justin Smith.

    Indiana's frontcourt is deep this season. There's a lot of pieces, and a lot of questions surrounding how Archie Miller will divvy up the minutes.

    Among those pieces is Justin Smith, who will be a junior this year after starting 32 of 35 games last season.

    In those games, he averaged 8.

  • Official Site of the Hoosiers: Roberts Excited To Be A Hoosier Again

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The newest member of the IU men's basketball staff, Mike Roberts, is well versed on the lore of the Hoosier program, having played at IU from 2001 to 2005. A member of the 2002 squad which played in the NCAA Championship game, Roberts returned to Bloomington in August to serve as an assistant coach on Archie Miller's staff.

    He sat down with the "Voice of the Hoosiers" Don Fischer to discuss his love for IU and the coaching path he followed before bringing his family back to Indiana.

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The newest member of the IU men's basketball staff, Mike Roberts, is well versed on the lore of the Hoosier program, having played at IU from 2001 to 2005. A member of the 2002 squad which played in the NCAA Championship game, Roberts returned to Bloomington in August to serve as an assistant coach on Archie Miller's staff.

    He sat down with the "Voice of the Hoosiers" Don Fischer to discuss his love for IU and the coaching path he followed before bringing his family back to Indiana.

  • Inside the Hall: 2019-2020 Player Profile: Rob Phinisee

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Rob Phinisee.

    Fellow guards and upperclassmen Devonte Green and Al Durham will be Indiana's captains for the 2019-2020 season. But if Indiana is going to lift itself higher than its preseason pundit consensus of another middling Big Ten season and get back to the Big Dance, an emergent season from sophomore Rob Phinisee would be an important first step.

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Rob Phinisee.

    Fellow guards and upperclassmen Devonte Green and Al Durham will be Indiana's captains for the 2019-2020 season. But if Indiana is going to lift itself higher than its preseason pundit consensus of another middling Big Ten season and get back to the Big Dance, an emergent season from sophomore Rob Phinisee would be an important first step.

  • Official Site of the Hoosiers: DIPRIMIO: All Business - Transfer Joey Brunk Brings Instant-Impact Look

    IUHoosiers.com

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Matthew McConaughey look is gone. The mustache and beard have given way to a hint of a 5 o'clock shadow. The flowing locks which once generated best-hair-in-basketball buzz are now clean-cut professional.

    Joey Brunk has the look of a man on a Cream 'n Crimson basketball mission. A three-year run at Butler steeled him for this. The fact that he's 6-11 with a battle-in-the paint mentality is a graduate-transfer plus for an Indiana team that will need that and more in its drive to return to NCAA tourney relevance.

    IUHoosiers.com

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Matthew McConaughey look is gone. The mustache and beard have given way to a hint of a 5 o'clock shadow. The flowing locks which once generated best-hair-in-basketball buzz are now clean-cut professional.

    Joey Brunk has the look of a man on a Cream 'n Crimson basketball mission. A three-year run at Butler steeled him for this. The fact that he's 6-11 with a battle-in-the paint mentality is a graduate-transfer plus for an Indiana team that will need that and more in its drive to return to NCAA tourney relevance.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Future IU target impresses at USA Basketball

    While Archie Miller and the Indiana basketball program are deeply invested in the remaining 2020 and 2021 classes, it's never too early to build relationships with future targets, and one IU recruit continues to impress.

    The in-state class for 2021 has long been talked about as one of the best classes in Indiana state history but it is one 2022 target that is turning heads with his play, something that has helped him land multiple power-5 offers already.

    Jalen Washington is one of the best players in the 2022 class and showed why over the weekend at the USA Basketball mini camp.

    While Archie Miller and the Indiana basketball program are deeply invested in the remaining 2020 and 2021 classes, it's never too early to build relationships with future targets, and one IU recruit continues to impress.

    The in-state class for 2021 has long been talked about as one of the best classes in Indiana state history but it is one 2022 target that is turning heads with his play, something that has helped him land multiple power-5 offers already.

    Jalen Washington is one of the best players in the 2022 class and showed why over the weekend at the USA Basketball mini camp.

  • Inside the Hall: 2019-2020 Player Profile: Al Durham

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Al Durham.

    During last year's stretch in which Indiana lost 12 of 13 games, Al Durham seemed to be one of the players who showcased the most emotion on the court, trying to rally his team out of their slump.

    Now heading into his junior season, Durham was voted to be one of the team's two captains alongside Devonte Green.

    With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we've transitioned from our look at other Big Ten programs to our player-by-player previews of the 2019-20 Indiana roster. Today, our player profiles continue with a look at Al Durham.

    During last year's stretch in which Indiana lost 12 of 13 games, Al Durham seemed to be one of the players who showcased the most emotion on the court, trying to rally his team out of their slump.

    Now heading into his junior season, Durham was voted to be one of the team's two captains alongside Devonte Green.

  • Inside the Hall: POTB 297: The return of the reader mailbag

    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, typically on Wednesdays.

    On this week's episode, Morris and Bozich open up the reader mailbag and answer your IU basketball questions with the start of the regular season just a few weeks away. Among the topics discussed:

    * Indiana's December schedule and which games are most important to win
    * What will Indiana's lineup look like on January 1?

    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, typically on Wednesdays.

    On this week's episode, Morris and Bozich open up the reader mailbag and answer your IU basketball questions with the start of the regular season just a few weeks away. Among the topics discussed:

    * Indiana's December schedule and which games are most important to win
    * What will Indiana's lineup look like on January 1?

  • The Crimson Quarry: Indiana blanks Michigan on the pitch: Three Things

    On Sunday the Hoosiers continued their run through the Big Ten by taking on an opponent that's regularly been one of the tougher teams in the conference -- the Michigan Wolverines. Michigan lived up to their reputation, making things difficult for IU, but ultimately it was the Hoosiers who came away with a 1-0 victory.

    The difference in the match was a beautiful goal courtesy of Spencer Glass. In the 67th minute the junior dribbled into the box, used some flashy footwork to beat a defender and create enough space for himself before launching a shot into the top of the net.

    On Sunday the Hoosiers continued their run through the Big Ten by taking on an opponent that's regularly been one of the tougher teams in the conference -- the Michigan Wolverines. Michigan lived up to their reputation, making things difficult for IU, but ultimately it was the Hoosiers who came away with a 1-0 victory.

    The difference in the match was a beautiful goal courtesy of Spencer Glass. In the 67th minute the junior dribbled into the box, used some flashy footwork to beat a defender and create enough space for himself before launching a shot into the top of the net.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: 5 most important players for IU this season

    The Indiana Hoosiers Men's Basketball program is entering its third season with head coach Archie Miller at the helm. In the previous two seasons, the Hoosiers have compiled a somewhat lackluster 35-31 record, and have failed to reach an NCAA Tournament, though they were noted as the "second team out" from the field of 68 a season ago.

    Talent within the program had been a major question mark when Miller initially took the job. Since then, however, Miller and his staff have been able to bring in a couple of excellent recruiting classes-including two five-star recruits in Romeo Langford a season ago and Trayce Jackson-Davis in the latest recruiting cycle.

    The Indiana Hoosiers Men's Basketball program is entering its third season with head coach Archie Miller at the helm. In the previous two seasons, the Hoosiers have compiled a somewhat lackluster 35-31 record, and have failed to reach an NCAA Tournament, though they were noted as the "second team out" from the field of 68 a season ago.

    Talent within the program had been a major question mark when Miller initially took the job. Since then, however, Miller and his staff have been able to bring in a couple of excellent recruiting classes-including two five-star recruits in Romeo Langford a season ago and Trayce Jackson-Davis in the latest recruiting cycle.

  • Inside the Hall: Caleb Furst to continue skill development while assessing college options

    Caleb Furst may be better than most high school students on the basketball court, but the same logic applies to his fast-food decisions as does to any teenager.

    He sometimes changes his meal destination with a trip to Culver's, but he will always remain loyal to Chipotle for a popular reason.

    "Probably because it fills you up, and it tastes good and... I mean I don't know how healthy it is, but I know it's not horrible for you," Furst said.

    His go-to Chipotle order of brown rice, steak, queso, double cheese and guacamole has fueled offseason workouts for the Class of 2021 power forward from Blackhawk Christian School in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

    Caleb Furst may be better than most high school students on the basketball court, but the same logic applies to his fast-food decisions as does to any teenager.

    He sometimes changes his meal destination with a trip to Culver's, but he will always remain loyal to Chipotle for a popular reason.

    "Probably because it fills you up, and it tastes good and... I mean I don't know how healthy it is, but I know it's not horrible for you," Furst said.

    His go-to Chipotle order of brown rice, steak, queso, double cheese and guacamole has fueled offseason workouts for the Class of 2021 power forward from Blackhawk Christian School in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Jerome Hunter steals show at Hoosier Hysteria

    While Archie Miller and Calbert Cheaney received great ovations on Saturday at Indiana basketball's Hoosier Hysteria, the biggest may have come for someone who may have the biggest question mark surrounding his future in Bloomington.

    Making his debut at the same event last season, that was all the action Jerome Hunter would see in the 2018-19 season, and many thought possibly for his entire career. Now, Hunter brings hope and opportunity to a team and program that is looking to reinvent itself.

    It was not long ago that Hunter was a top-60 recruit in the 2018 recruiting class and was expected to be a crucial part of the Indiana season and future, but all of that came into question as he missed the entire season with a leg condition.

    While Archie Miller and Calbert Cheaney received great ovations on Saturday at Indiana basketball's Hoosier Hysteria, the biggest may have come for someone who may have the biggest question mark surrounding his future in Bloomington.

    Making his debut at the same event last season, that was all the action Jerome Hunter would see in the 2018-19 season, and many thought possibly for his entire career. Now, Hunter brings hope and opportunity to a team and program that is looking to reinvent itself.

    It was not long ago that Hunter was a top-60 recruit in the 2018 recruiting class and was expected to be a crucial part of the Indiana season and future, but all of that came into question as he missed the entire season with a leg condition.

  • Fansided: Indiana Basketball: Blue Blood enters race for 2021 four-star target

    Archie Miller and the Indiana basketball program have a big weekend upcoming with Hoosier Hysteria as well as playing host to multiple 2020 commits and top targets in the 2021 class.

    With the 2020 class securing commitments from three wing players, Miller has focused a lot of his time on hybrid forwards and traditional big men over the past couple of weeks. One of those forwards is Trey Kaufman, the No. 29 player in the 247Sports 2021 class rankings.

    The Silver Creek HS standout is one of the best players in the country, but has seen his recruitment somewhat fly under the radar thus far, until now.

    Archie Miller and the Indiana basketball program have a big weekend upcoming with Hoosier Hysteria as well as playing host to multiple 2020 commits and top targets in the 2021 class.

    With the 2020 class securing commitments from three wing players, Miller has focused a lot of his time on hybrid forwards and traditional big men over the past couple of weeks. One of those forwards is Trey Kaufman, the No. 29 player in the 247Sports 2021 class rankings.

    The Silver Creek HS standout is one of the best players in the country, but has seen his recruitment somewhat fly under the radar thus far, until now.

  • Official Site of the Hoosiers: Big Ten Media Day From Chicago

    ROSEMONT, Ill. - The Big Ten Conference held its annual Men's Basketball Media Day on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Along with head coach , Indiana was represented by senior Devonte Davis and junior .



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