November 25, 2018
Indiana Football's season came to an end on Saturday, losing a home Old Oaken Bucket game to Purdue 28-21. We break down the loss and talk about what went wrong for the Hoosiers this year, and take questions from our Twitter and live chat audiences on the current state of the program, the future prospects of IU football, and more.
We also get a short amount of men's basketball talk in at the end of the podcast, talking about the holiday week games, the issues with fatigue and injury, and whether there are causes for panic or concern with this roster.
November 23, 2018
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Matthew Stevens, football beat writer for the Purdue Rivals site, for insight on the Boilermakers ahead of Saturday's rivalry game.
November 20, 2018
It's feast week, so that means a lot of talk about both IU football and basketball. We start with football, revisiting the Michigan game and talking about whether there are any implications worth drawing from that effort. That then turns into a discussion about the setup of this Purdue game, how positively things have fallen for IU in the lead-up to the Bucket Game...and how vital it is that Indiana wins this football game, for a variety of reasons.
Our attention then shifts to basketball, as we discuss the Marquette victory and Arkansas loss, and look at the deeper implications of the first four games of the season as we preview the UT-Arlington and UC-Davis games. All of that, plus listener questions and more.
November 16, 2018
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Chris Balas of the Michigan Rivals site for insight on the No. 4 Wolverines ahead of Saturday's game in Ann Arbor.
November 13, 2018
Scott talked with Ken Bikoff of Peegs about what it's like to host the IU Football postgame show, then discuss what we can expect from the remainder of the IU Football season, and what can make this season a success. (Hint, in involves beating Purdue and going to a bowl).
Then they preview the upcoming IU basketball season and look at the ceiling and floor possibilities of this team, and how the level of recruiting has really been upgraded in such a short period of time.
November 11, 2018
On the latest episode of CrimsonCast, the guys talk both football and basketball. IU's fifth football win is first on the docket, as we discuss what led to the victory, the sudden emergence of Deep Threat Peyton Ramsey, and how the statistics painted a far different picture of the game than the final score did. We then take some listener questions, before moving on to basketball. We offer our thoughts on the performances from the first two games of the season, and on the early emergence of Evan Fitzner as a contributor.
November 9, 2018
Host Stu Jackson is joined by Scott Greene, managing editor of Terrapin Sports Report - the Maryland Rivals site - for insight on Maryland heading into Saturday's game in Bloomington.
November 8, 2018
We're back from a few days off with Mike Miller of the Bloomington Herald-Times. We tackle the impending IU football game first, looking at the similarities and differences between the Hoosiers and the Terrapins, and talking about the things that have allowed Maryland to have a marginally more successful season thus far than Indiana. We then jump to basketball and do a bit of post-season opener recapping, talking about the maiden voyage of Romeo Langford, the play of Rob Phinisee and Devonte Green, the rotational implications of Damezi Andrerson and Evan Fitzner, and the expectations for the non-conference season.
November 4, 2018
After interviewing everybody else, the CrimsonCast co-hosts sit down and have a discussion about their expectations for the season. Are people looking for too much out of this team? Where do things sit in the grand scheme of Archie Miller's program-building exercise? And what are some of the key items that we're looking for during the upcoming year? We try to talk through some of those questions as we get excited for the start of a brand new campaign.
November 2, 2018
Josh Eastern of The Hoosier Network and BTN Student U stops by briefly to give us an IU men's soccer update, as Todd Yeagley's men head into Big Ten Tournament play this weekend. We then sit down and talk extensively with IndyStar IU Insider Zach Osterman about what he saw from last night's men's basketball exhibition vs Southern Indiana, and what we might glean from the performance as the Hoosiers head into the start of the regular season.