Scott and Galen break down the Georgia Southern victory and answer a few reader questions in this Sunday edition of CrimsonCast. Was the IU running attack a harbinger of good times on the horizon or a flash in the pan against a weak opponent? Should there be concerns about the passing game's relative lack of effectiveness? Did we learn anything about the quarterback situation? How was this game reminiscent of a non-conference IU basketball game from the past few years? These questions, and more, answered on this weekend's show. Be sure to follow @CrimsonCast for updates on shows and to ask questions.
Galen is joined on this week's podcast by TheHoosier.com's Taylor Lehman, and by Punt John Punt's Michael Rayome. The trio talk about their overall impressions of IU football through two games on the season, with particular focus on the running game, offensive line, and quarterback situation. They also discuss the implications of the rotating quarterback plan, and delve into which games on IU's schedule are the most crucial for the Hoosiers to win now that the Virginia game has been taken care of.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Southport assistant basketball coach Tony Adragna to discuss the Southport staff's experience at Archie Miller's team camp this summer, the new direction of the program under Miller and more.
Host Stu Jackson is joined by VigilantSports.com founder and editor Scott Agness to discuss a number of topics on IU football and basketball, including Saturday's football game getting canceled, his thoughts on the basketball program under Archie Miller and former IU guard Victor Oladipo coming to the Indiana Pacers and more.
Scott and Galen break down the key elements of IU's impressive road win against Virginia yesterday, and answer reader questions about Peyton Ramsey and the quarterback position, the running backs, and the officiating. We also talk about what the game means in the big scheme of things for this year's team, and why it is a better performance to judge this IU team on than the Ohio State game from a week earlier.
TheHoosier.com's Jordan Wells and contributor Jim Reamer discuss the 2019 recruiting cycle, including four-star targets Keion Brooks and Trayce Jackson-Davis, and the potential shape of the frontcourt roster.
Galen and Scott break down the Ohio State loss, talking about the overreaction by some observers to the game, as well as the positives and negatives on both sides of the ball for Indiana. That's then followed by a discussion between Galen, Stu Jackson, and Taylor Lehman (19:30), as they discuss the major storylines from the game, who the primary culprit was in the running game's absence, and the injury situation coming out of the game. We also answer some reader mail.