Host Stu Jackson is joined by Rivals Midwest Recruiting Analyst Josh Helmholdt to discuss IU football's 2018 signing class, including signees from the midwest and the state of Indiana.
We busted out a special edition of CrimsonCast Live in honor of the first big win of the Archie Miller era, and spent most of the time recapping the Hoosiers' thrilling victory over Notre Dame. Juwan Morgan, Zach McRoberts, and Archie Miller get plenty of talk time, as do the uneven performances from some other players. We answer reader questions from both Twitter and YouTube, and look ahead to IU's roster development and rest-of-season prospects.
On the newest edition of CrimsonCast, Galen talks with 24/7 Sports' Ben Ladner about IU basketball 1/3 of the way through the season. We cover some of the reasons why certain players have had success, dissect the weak points of the team so far, and also discuss the factors that are contributing to IU getting better as the campaign progresses. We also preview the matchup between Notre Dame and Indiana, and talk about why IU has a chance in the contest.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Blue & Gold Illustrated's Corey Bodden of the Notre Dame Rivals site to preview Saturday's Crossroads Classic matchup between the Irish and the Hoosiers.
In this edition of the recruiting podcast, TheHoosier.com's Jordan Wells shares interviews with 2019 Center Grove four-star forward Trayce Jackson-Davis and 2019 Castle three-star guard Alex Hemenway from the weekend's FORUM Tipoff Classic.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by CardinalSports.com editor and 790KRD Louisville First host Howie Lindsey to preview Saturday's game between IU and Louisville. Stu and Howie discuss Louisville's identity under new coach David Padgett, how the Cardinals are adjusting to Padgett's direction, Louisville players to watch on Saturday and more.
Scott & Galen recap the Michigan and Iowa games, and talk about the takeaways from each. They also discuss the developing storylines for several individual players, including Juwan Morgan and Colin Hartman's impact on the way the team plays, the importance of good offense as it relates to good defense, and Indiana chances of beating either Louisville or Notre Dame (or both).