In our last podcast before kickoff, Galen is joined by Stu Jackson and Taylor Lehman to talk about the lingering storylines around this matchup. We discuss IU's offensive line and running back situations, chat about the possible emergence of Donovan Hale, and talk about IU's defensive challenges in the game. We also give our predictions for the game, and talk about the factors affecting potential victory or defeat for IU. Be sure to visit TheHoosier.com for the latest discussion about IU football!
Time to get on the record for the 2017 year. Scott and Galen go game-by-game through the schedule, giving score predictions for each one, and talking about the challenges and opportunities that IU football faces this summer. Is Galen too bullish on IU's ability to answer the questions in the running and blocking games? Is Scott too paranoid about picking IU to win road games in the conference? Do both of us have IU making it to a bowl game? These and other questions answered, on this episode of CrimsonCast.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bill Murphy, author of The Cardiac Kids: A Season To Remember about IU's 1967 Rose Bowl team, for insight on the team ahead of its 50th anniversary season.
TheHoosier.com's IU football recruiting reporter Taylor Lehman joins Galen for the first part of this podcast. We discuss IU's recruiting strategy, the similarities and differences between the Allen and Wilson eras of recruiting, and discuss what might unfold over the course of the next few months. We also debate where we'd take Kirk Herbstreit to get a sandwich in Bloomington. For the last part of the podcast, Galen answers some reader mail, talking about the underlying structure of IU football, the prospect of in-stadium beer sales, and the updated S&P+ rankings for IU's offense and defense.
On this episode of CrimsonCast, Galen is joined by IndyStar IU Insider Zach Osterman. We discuss the commitment of four-star in-state PG Robert Phinisee, the impact that he will have on future rosters, and what that does for recruiting during the rest of this cycle. We then switch gears and talk about the unfortunate situation surrounding football freshman Bryant Fitzgerald. The remainder of the podcast finds us talking about a variety of football-related issues, including defensive depth, the wide receiver and running back positions, the development of Richard Lagow, and the importance of the Virginia game on the schedule.
The IU Basketball schedule came out in its entirety on Wednesday, and you best believe that demands an emergency podcast. Galen sits down with Eddie Cotton, Sports Director at WIUX, to walk through the entire schedule and talk about the pitfalls and positives found throughout. Galen and Scott then convene for the last half of the podcast and discuss the strength of schedule for this year, the silver linings in the Big Ten portion of the schedule, and reflect on the previous schedule having exposed us to FGCU before the rest of the nation.
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On the debut episode of CrimsonCast on TheHoosier.com, hosts Galen Clavio and Scott Caulfield give a season preview of IU football, talking about some of the 10,000 foot issues with the squad and discussing their hopes and concerns heading into the 2017 campaign. Later (34:10), Stu Jackson joins Galen to talk about fall camp, position battles, coaching change impact, and what to watch for in the two weeks leading up to the Ohio State showdown.
In a special edition of the podcast, TheHoosier.com staff introduces readers and listeners to Taylor Lehman, who will be working with Stu and Jordan as the site's student intern for the upcoming school year.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bloomington (Ind.) Herald-Times IU football beat writer Mike Miller to discuss some of the storylines developing through the first week of preseason camp.