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  • Breaking Down Jordan Geronimo's 2020-21 Season at Indiana

    Yardbarker "Jordan Geronimo was the one freshman not from the state of Indiana, but even more importantly, he was also the one without a long and successful basketball resume at the high school and AAU level. A work in progress was an apt description, and that's exactly what we saw play out..." April 30

  • Not yet a month into the job at Indiana, Mike Woodson is already turning heads

    The Athletic "Kenya Hunter is a wise man, which is another way of saying he doesn’t often tweet. The Indiana men’s basketball staffer averaged roughly one post per month from  September until the beginning of April. Frankly, he had a lot going on. There was the matter of settling in to..." April 23

  • Mike Woodson and Indiana land coveted guard Tamar Bates

    247 Sports "When Shaka Smart made the move from Texas to Marquette, four-star shooting guard Tamar Bates opened up his recruitment. That move opened the door for Indiana and new coach Mike Woodson to make a run. Monday morning, Bates confirmed to 247Sports that he..." April 19

  • Former Hoosier Joey Brunk Commits to Ohio State

    SI "Former Indiana center Joey Brunk, who spent two years in Bloomington after transferring from Butler, announced late Saturday night that he has committed to Ohio State. Brunk is the third Indiana player from the 2020-21 Indiana team to transfer after Archie Miller was fired on March 15..." April 18

  • Indiana was ready to offer Brad Stevens $70 million

    Larry Brown Sports "Brad Stevens received interest from Indiana when the Hoosiers were looking for a new basketball coach. He declined the interest to remain with the Boston Celtics, and apparently he left big money on the table. Adrian Wojnarowski was talking on ABC ahead of Saturday’s..." April 18

  • Why Mike Woodson has the Indiana Hoosiers family excited

    The Athletic "If Mike Woodson knows anything, it’s about family. He grew up with 11 siblings in a small Indianapolis home; they didn’t always have a lot in the way of material things, and sometimes the refrigerator got a little bare, but they made do, finding happiness in one another and the fact..." April 12

  • Mike Woodson convinces key Indiana star to remain with Hoosiers

    Larry Brown Sports "Mike Woodson’s hire as Indiana basketball coach was greeted with initial skepticism, but he now has one big success to his name already. Former five-star recruit Khristian Lander, who had announced last week that he would enter the transfer portal after one year at Indiana,..." April 05

  • Deal between Mike Woodson and Indiana appears imminent

    ESPN "New York Knicks assistant Mike Woodson is in talks to become Indiana's next head coach, sources told ESPN. No deal is done yet, sources told ESPN, but the two sides are in discussions, and there is belief a deal will be agreed to. Woodson, 63, is an Indianapolis native..." March 28

  • Five Candidates to Replace Archie Miller at Indiana

    The Big Lead "Indiana has fired Archie Miller, in a move that was expected but few thought would happen so quickly. After four years with no demonstrable growth or success, athletic director Scott Dolson called in donor favors and paid Miller's $10 million buyout. So who is next in..." March 15

  • Indiana basketball fires coach Archie Miller after four middling seasons

    Indy Star "After four years spent struggling to break into the top half of the Big Ten, IU has fired men’s basketball coach Archie Miller. Miller finishes his IU career with a 67-58 record. He went 33-44 in Big Ten play.  “As the Director of Athletics, I..." March 15

  • It's official: 2021 NCAA tournament to be played entirely in Central Indiana, Indianapolis

    Indy Star "The NCAA and city of Indianapolis have finalized plans to hold the entire NCAA tournament here, according to two sources with knowledge of the agreement. An announcement is expected Monday afternoon. What is an unprecedented move comes in response to unprecedented..." January 04

  • Kentucky, Indiana among most disappointing college basketball teams

    CBS Sports "The COVID-19 pandemic limited the number of practices and games some college basketball teams could have over the last few months, creating a disjointed start to the season that negatively affected some programs more than others. But as most teams that have not already begun conference play..." December 30