Host Stu Jackson is joined by Brian Neubert of GoldandBlack.com, the Purdue site on the Rivals/Yahoo Sports Network, to preview Sunday's game between Indiana and No. 3 Purdue in Bloomington. Jackson and Neubert discuss how center Isaac Haas replacing Caleb Swanigan in Purdue's starting lineup has changed the way the Boilermakers are playing this season, the growth of Purdue sophomore point guard Carsen Edwards, if the current stats were expected based on how Purdue head coach Matt Painter constructed the roster through recruiting, what Purdue needs to do well and how it has to limit Indiana, and more.
TheHoosier.com's IU Football recruiting reporter Taylor Lehman sits down with Hopewell (VA) High School head football coach Ricky Irby, who gives insight on who IU signee running back Ronnie Walker is and what he can bring to the IU Football program.
On this episode, we recap the Maryland victory, focusing on the team's resiliency down the stretch and the outstanding play of Juwan Morgan and Zach McRoberts. We also talk about the impressive showings for this IU team in close games so far this season, Archie Miller learning how to use the power of Assembly Hall to his advantage, the way that the upcoming schedule lays out for this Indiana team, and the necessity of IU fans showing up for games from now on.
We look back at IU's wins over Northwestern and Penn State last week, then look ahead to Friday night's game against Michigan State. We also discuss what Indiana needs to do over the next four games, plus whether they have a shot against Michigan State and later Purdue.
TheHoosier.com's Jordan Wells is joined by Jim Reamer to talk emerging recruiting names in the state and the latest progress with IU's team.
Topics include Cathedral guard Armaan Franklin, New Castle forward Mason Gillis, Culver Academies guard Trey Galloway, how the team looks in Archie Miller's first year and how the program moves on without De'Ron Davis for the rest of the season.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bill Murphy, author of The Indiana Hoosiers Fans' Bucket List and IU season ticket holder for more than six decades, for historical insight on the coaching changes experienced by the IU men's basketball program. Murphy discusses common elements in each of those transitions, how long it typically took for the players and coaches to adjust, and similarities he sees in those adjustments with this current Indiana team.
Despite losing two key players, IU traveled to Minneapolis and managed to pull off a victory in a traditional house of horrors. How did they do it? We talk about big games from Johnson, Morgan, and McRoberts, an unexpected 20-point gem from Justin Smith, and an excellent coaching job by Archie Miller. We also take a boatload of listener questions, and address everything from future lineups to the importance of three pointers. All of that and more, on this episode of CrimsonCast.
Scott has no voice, but that doesn't stop us from putting in a solid hour of evaluation of the current state of IU basketball. We talk about the Hoosiers' current struggles, why they are struggling, and what we see as the right and wrong answers to the situation. We also address some of the suggestions for how the situation can be rectified, and talk about what the future holds for the IU program under Archie Miller and with this group of players.