TheHoosier.com's Stu Jackson and Jon Sauber team up to recap what they saw at the adidas Gauntlet Midwest Regional Qualifier at Indianapolis Warren Central the weekend of April 12 and look ahead to this week's Indy Heat Gym Rats 2019 Shootout at The Basketball Company in Indianapolis.
The adidas Gauntlet circuit makes a stop at Warren Central High School in Indianapolis this weekend for its midwest regional qualifier. TheHoosier.com staff takes a look at the event's teams, including key players and matchups to watch from an IU standpoint, for the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier.
Reunited after nearly a month, Galen and Scott look back on the 2018-19 IU basketball season and discuss what they make of it. We talk about the dueling arguments of what happened in the season, as well as where things went wrong. We also discuss what "reasonable expectations" for next year will (and should) be, and the interesting parallels between this season and year 3 of the Crean era. We also field some audience questions about recruiting, and talk a bit about the surprise reappearance of Bob Knight on campus.
In the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier, host Stu Jackson is joined by Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star for a discussion on IU guard Romeo Langford declaring for the 2019 NBA Draft and IU quarterback Jack Tuttle being granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA this week.
In the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier, TheHoosier.com staff breaks down sophomore forward Clifton Moore's decision to transfer as well as potential grad transfer and recruiting targets who could fill the spot.
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.