TheHoosier.com staff reviews the performances of the 2020 and 2021 prospects of note who competed with their high school team at Archie Miller's second and final team camp of the summer. They then pivot to NBA talk for a discussion on Romeo Langford's fit with the Boston Celtics, Juwan Morgan's summer league opportunity with the Utah Jazz, and more.
It's mid-summer and there aren't that many immediate topics to debate, so we took 90 minutes to talk about a bunch of bigger-picture items, including the concept of karmic debt among IU fans, Indiana's status as a basketball blue blood, plus a bunch of listener questions that included the status of the starting QB position, the Ball State game's location and start time, and the men's basketball team's starting lineup and what might happen there. We then finish with a very long discussion regarding the allocation of television revenue at IU and what the particulars of that debate are.
Also --- big news, CrimsonCast is celebrating it's 10th anniversary! Join us in Bloomington on Saturday, August 3rd for a meet-and-greet and a sampling of Bloomington bars and restaurants. Stay tuned for more information, and we thank you for the support.
TheHoosier.com staff teams up for a discussion on IU recruiting targets at the NBPA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, Va., and prospects expected to attend Archie Miller's second and final team camp of the summer on Saturday.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Joe Healy of BaseballAmerica.com to preview the Louisville Regional, where Indiana will open NCAA tournament play this weekend.
In the latest edition of Heard on The Hoosier, TheHoosier.com staff teams up for a recap of last weekend's Nike EYBL action in Westfield. We discuss the play of 2020 3-star forward Matt Cross, 2020 four-star point guard Caleb Love, 2020 3-star point guard RJ Davis as well as other IU recruiting targets that were in action.
Scott and Galen get the band back together for a mid-May CrimsonCast. We talk about IU basketball striking out in recruiting and why it probably doesn't matter, and field questions about the 2019-20 non-conference schedule, injuries, and what John Beilein's departure from Michigan might mean to the long-term status of the Indiana basketball program. We then shift gears to football and field a lot of questions about 2019 win total projections, winning road games, coaching, and the quarterback situation.
What can IU learn from Purdue? GoldandBlack.com Publisher Alan Karpick Talks Beer And Wines Sales At Ross Ade
Indiana Athletics will administer a beer and wine sales pilot program at Memorial Stadium beginning this fall. For perspective on the move, host Stu Jackson welcomes Alan Karpick, publisher of the Purdue Rivals site, for insight on what led to the Boilermakers' athletic department making the move, whether there was any pushback to the decision two summers ago, the ensuing financial impact and more.