In the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier, the staff discusses IU's postseason, specifically how the Hoosiers moved on from the disappointment of missing the NCAA tournament, what stood out from their second-half performance against Saint Francis (PA) in their NIT opener and look ahead to Saturday's second round matchup with Arkansas.
In the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier, host Stu Jackson is joined by Inside The Hall bracketologist Andy Bottoms for a conversation on IU's NCAA Tournament resume thus far, what's working in its favor for its tournament chances, what IU has to do to say in the bubble conversation and more.
CrimsonCast is back, recapping the second half of IU's season sweep over Michigan State and talking about Indiana's ability to finally persevere in a couple of tough games. We talk about the Justin Smith Paradigm, the pushing of buttons, and what players need to step up in the closing few contests. We also have an extended conversation about Indiana's opportunities and threats when facing Illinois and Rutgers in these final two games. There's also a fairly in-depth breakdown of the Hoosiers' current tournament chances and the scenarios they need to try and fulfill if they want things to work out for them. All that, plus listener comments/questions and a reminiscence on the day Calbert Cheaney broke the Big Ten scoring record.
IU Basketball Michigan State Preview and IU Football Spring Practice Preview With The Bloomington Herald-Times’ Mike Miller
IU basketball and football beat writer Mike Miller of the Bloomington Herald-Times joins the podcast to discuss key storylines surrounding both programs heading into the weekend.
Indiana celebrates a stressful and aesthetically unpleasing win at home against Wisconsin, and we try to figure out how much joy to take out of it. Podcast topics include breaking down what IU did successfully against the Badgers, what optimistic signs might exist for both the near future and next year, and thinking about the nature of youth and the sudden impact of depth pieces like Race Thompson. We also take questions from Twitter and from the live audience.
Who would've thought that we could squeeze 90 minutes of podcast out about a team that's lost 11 of 12 games? We take a whole bunch of questions from Twitter and live chat, talking about everything from the problems with IU's offense to concerns with the roster to long-term prognoses for recovery. It's a long and winding conversation, and you'll probably find things in it that you both agree with and disagree with.
Stu Jackson and Jon Sauber discuss some of Indiana's targets and Jon breaks down what he sees in each player's game.
CrimsonCast fires up once again to look at IU basketball after a disappointing last week, with both hosts bringing a realization to the table that IU is who they are at this stage, and proceeding accordingly. We give a 10,000-foot view of the outcomes vs Iowa and Ohio State, but spend most of the podcast fielding questions from the Twitterverse and looking ahead to the suddenly daunting remainder of the schedule.